Oh, this guy again.

Cameron even appeared in court, where, presumably, he also scared the judges if he always looks at people this way. He primarily handled immigration matters.

"The longevity of Cameron's alleged fraud, the amount of victims already identified, and far reaching impact in this case is staggering," said John P. Kelleghan, special agent in charge of Homeland Security Investigations in Philadelphia. "HSI will continue to investigate and seek out those who may have fallen prey to this alleged imposter's scheme. We encourage anyone with any contact with this person to contact us right away."

Anyone who used Cameron's services should call Homeland Security Investigations at 215-717-4987.

If convicted of all charges, Cameron faces a maximum sentence of 75 years in prison.

We don't really care how long he spends in prison, but would prefer to never have to look into those eyes again.

Because we're already getting sleepy. Verryyyyy sleeeppyyyy ...

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