The Big Conn: When does it premiere and how can I watch?May 6, 2022
DOCUMENTARIES seem to be piling up on streaming services like Apple TV+.
The Big Conn is one of the newest docuseries entering the game and ready to reveal the secrets behind the infamous Eric C Conn.
The Big Conn: When does it premiere and how can I watch?
The Big Conn debuts on May 6, 2022.
The docuseries can be streamed on Apple TV+ starting Friday.
According to Apple, the docuseries is split into four-part – each episode telling "the unbelievable true story of larger-than-life attorney Eric C Conn, who defrauded the government and taxpayers over half a billion dollars in the largest Social Security fraud case in United States history."
In order to watch The Big Conn, viewers must be subscribed to Apple TV+.
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What is The Big Conn about?
The Big Conn tells the true story behind Eric C Conn, former Eastern Kentucky lawyer, and his scam against the Social Security Administration back in the early 2000s.
Conn and his accomplice, Judge David Dougherty, ripped off over $500million from the federal government, causing it to cut off benefits from former clients.
According to Brian Lazarte, co-creator of the docuseries, “The takeaway theme is about the consequences of ignoring a problem."
Lazarte and James Lee Hernandez wanted the docuseries to highlight the flaws within a system that allowed Conn and Dougherty to commit fraud for numerous years.
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The series includes interviews with Conn, himself, his former employees, journalists, Congressional aides, senators, and more.
Where is Eric C Conn now?
In April 2016, Conn was charged with an 18-count indictment including conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud.
Conn is currently incarcerated at an Ashland federal prison.
He is not eligible for release until 2040, according to WYMT News.
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