Police have indicted three dozen doctors, lawyers, and "Russian mobsters" for involvement in a massive insurance-fraud crime. Allegedly, as the Post explains, the group exploited New York's "no-fault" insurance laws and "generated bogus bills for treatment of injuries that 'ranged from wild exaggerations to outright fabrications.'" The case is remarkable in its sheer size — the fraud was to the tune of $279 million, and involved more than 100 medical clinics across the city — and in its particulars. Our favorite detail: No fewer than six of the guys involved were named either Michael or Mikhail, and so they went by nicknames, like "Russian Mike," "Fat Mike," "Skinny Mike" and "Mike B."
Poor Mike B. really kinda got the short end of the creativity stick on that one.