reverse identity theft



the act of abusing the well-known and “automatically accepted” concept of ident*ty theft (whereby a nameless criminal commits a crime and makes it appear that an innocent person did it) by falsely mentioning it to hopefully avert suspicion of criminal involvement — the accused person does indeed commit one or more crimes himself, but then when questioned by authorities, the culprit claims to merely be an innocent id-theft victim, and that somebody else must have committed the crimes in his name.
john claims that while he was golfing with his buddies, someone snuck into his car and used his laptop to send sm*tty e-mail messages. but i know what an “in the gutter” mindset he has, so i suspect that he’s just hiding behind reverse ident*ty theft.

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