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Counterfeiter Albert Talton Prints $7 Million In Fake Money Using Inkjet

09/26/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Behind an anonymous-looking door on the fifth floor of the United States Secret Service headquarters, on H Street in Washington, D.C., is a small, windowless room known by the agents who work there as the Specimen Vault. Lining the walls are dozens of filing cabinets filled with narrow steel drawers containing scores of transparent plastic sleeves. In each sleeve is an individual note of U.S. currency--a single, five, ten, twenty, fifty, or hundred.

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