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Valor thief Robert Guidi avoids sentencing again

We busted Robert Guidi in December, 2015 where he had everyone in his hometown thinking he had been a special forces soldier and a POW in Vietnam. He had convinced a local sporting shop to make him a special bow and a decking company to build him a $30,000 deck based his tales of derring-do. […]
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