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Dead man at center of check-cashing sceme would've laughed, say friends

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Dead man at center of check-cashing sceme would've laughed, say friends

Virgilio Cintron was the happiest corpse in the city as his two buddies wheeled him in a red office chair to a Hell's Kitchen check-cashing shop with his last Social Security check.

 

"He's probably laughing at it now," another longtime friend, Jose Gonzalez, said yesterday. "The last con."

 

One immediate complication in the scheme was the chair had no arms, which meant James O'Hare and David Daloia had considerable difficulty keeping their buddy Cintron in the chair as they turned from W. 52nd St. and started down Ninth Ave.

 

Full story: nydailynews_logo.gif icon_offsite.png - January 10, 2008

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A real life 'Weekend at Bernie's'. At least they tried.

 

If they wanted to succeed, they should of got him a Steven Hawkings wheelchair to wheel him around in, with speaking CPU and all. I mean Hawkings looks like a cadaver in a wheelchair.

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