Skip to comments.Medicare fraud strike force nabs La. company
Posted on 01/17/2012 6:16:33 AM PST by Miami Vice
The Department of Justice (DOJ) says an investigation by the Medicare Strike Force involving the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the FBI and the Louisiana State Attorney General's Office, resulted in two Baton Rouge residents pleading guilty for their role in a $21 million Medicare fraud plot.
Henry Jones, the owner of four durable medical equipment (DME) companies, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge James J. Brady in the Middle District of Louisiana ...
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Are they guilty of the biggest crime of all? (’Not donating fraud money to democrats’)
LOL! Cut Miami Vice a break! For some reason when an article is posted, there is no way available that I know of to be able to proof-read the title. I’ve gotten stuck with some titles that would disappear...
(Nevertheless it is funny...)
As you can see, I have trouble with the text that I CAN proof!
Above should read, “I’ve gotten stuck with some titles that I WISH would disappear...”
This does not demonstrate government competence (now that’s an oxymoron). To the contrary, this is really an indictment of big government. The reason we have so much tax payer funded fraud is because there are so many big government programs. If people paid for more of their health care, there would be less fraud, waste and abuse. We would also have competitive pricing.
The Feds and bureaucrats like to trumpet this type of ‘victory’ to justify their own jobs which are ultimately dependent on, you guessed it, fraud.