Quick, what's wrong with this $100 bill?

It's counterfeit. Can you tell why?
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Dana T. Leland bought some socks, got his change and then left the Target store in North Attleboro, Massachusetts, using fake bills like the one shown above.

He did this three separate times.

Eventually he was caught. His lawyer said he's struggling with drug and alcohol and mental health issues.

No word on what issues the Target cashiers may have been struggling with for accepting $100 bills that have Abraham Lincoln's portrait on them instead of Benjamin Franklin.

Abraham Lincoln is on the $5 bill.

Not so Honest Abe? Police: Man used bogus $100 bills with Lincoln's image instead of Franklin's. The Sun Chronicle>>

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