Couple admits to posing as Kenyan refugees, scamming nuns and gambling away almost $1 million
A Chicago couple has pleaded guilty to fraud charges after they posed as refugees from Kenya, scammed nuns in Pewaukee and elsewhere out of $1 million, and gambled most of it away.
Edward Bosire, 39, and Angela Martin-Mulu, 35, entered their pleas in federal court in Milwaukee.
They're now in jail, awaiting their sentences in October.
Prosecutors said the two visited a monastery of Carmelite nuns in Pewaukee on Christmas Day in 2004.