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Man charged with PPP loan fraud sues US government, Channel 2 and Lowe’s

Man charged with PPP loan fraud sues US government, Channel 2 and Lowe’s
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The man accused of taking the Paycheck Protection Program loan fraud has three cases pending in US District Court in Bangor, the same place where he pleaded not guilty to the charges in May.

As his attorney, Nathan Reardon sued the US government for an alleged violation of his Second Amendment rights, the parent company of News Center Maine for libel, slander and Lowe’s home improvement for an injury he claimed he suffered two years earlier while checking out.

Reardon, 43, of Skowhegan and Plymouth, is charged with five federal counts of bank fraud, three counts of attempted wire fraud, two counts of making false statements to a bank, and one count of perjury.

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