In the largest medicare fraud bust ever, a raid on a Brooklyn medical clinic revealed a cash kickback room decorated with Soviet propaganda-style posters – a woman shh-shing with “Don’t Gossip” and “Be on the lookout: These days, the walls talk.” In Soviet times, these kind of posters promoted discretion in wartime, lest the enemy hear you blabbering about military secrets. The mob-tied array of Medicare and Medicaid scams nationwide – not all Russian – cost taxpayers more than $80 million. BUSTED. Somebody blabbed. |NBC|