According the The Cattleman Update, News from the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, a Louisiana horse seller named Edwin A. Williams plead guilty to a charge of tampering with a government document. He was recently sentenced to 20 years in Texas prison. The original charge stemmed from his Nov. 2013 arrest for selling a horse with a fraudulent Coggins test.
Apparently, the buyer was able to obtain the original Coggins from a Louisiana veterinary hospital and saw that the original and copy had many differences, including previous owner and gender of the horse.
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