Feds bust fake marriage ring

Federal investigators say they've broken up a Connecticut-based scheme that arranged fake marriages between American citizens and people in Morocco.The U.S. Attorney's office says the

BRIDGEPORT - Federal investigators say they've broken up a Connecticut-based scheme that arranged fake marriages between American citizens and people in Morocco.

The U.S. Attorney's office says the marriages were set up to allow the Moroccans to come to the United States.

Ten people from Connecticut, including a Bridgeport resident, were arrested in the bust.

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