Marcus Meehan of Texas knew that a Delaware senior citizen was a quadriplegic able to communicate only with computer assistance. That didn't stop him from bilking the man out of about $200,000 in a rare coin scam, the Delaware attorney general says. Working for a Port Arthur, Texas, company called Texas Eagle Reserve, Meehan sold the man the coins at grossly inflated prices, and he pleaded guilty to theft. According to a broadcast report, the prosecutor told that court that Meehan said in his confession that he was taught how to lie, manipulate and pray with his clients over the phone so they would trust him. Take a look at the kind of guy who would do this, from a photo in the Delaware News Journal. Now, imagine him in prison for the next three years. The judge also told him to repay the victim.