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Court: Sorry, Can't Blame Conviction on Yankees Cap

David Alcantara was wearing a Yankees baseball cap when he committed bank fraud and conspiracy to counterfeit currency, but his attempt to blame his conviction on the cap has failed. Alcantara committed his crimes in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, and there's a legendary rivalry between New York Yankees fans...
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