Some creative Freeper needs to come up with an audio/visual lyric/dance with the words, “Doing the Perp, Walk!”
EXCERPT/EDITED Investigators are probing whether Democrat State Sen. Shirley Huntley received kickbacks from two aides charged with stealing $30,000 in taxpayer funds from her bogus nonprofit....
Huntley earmarked the funds called "member items" for her charity, Parent Workshop, and may have gotten a cut of the money, according to state officials briefed on the investigation.
Huntley, the Queens Democrat and her alleged accomplices attempted to cover their tracks with false documents, a state official said. Theres no clear paper trail, the state official said. So many things could have happened with the money.
Huntley turned herself in after a grand-jury probe began closing in on her charity and as one of her former accomplices flipped on her. Roger Scotland, the former $125,000-a-year president of the Southern Queens Park Association, is now cooperating with prosecutors. He was charged in December with creating fake records that purported to show that the Parent Workshops taxpayer money was going toward seminars which prosecutors say never actually occurred.
The indictment against Huntley, 74, describes a witness who testified before a grand jury in Nassau County Criminal Court that the senator drafted a fake letter for the new president and CEO of the Southern Queens Park Association. in an attempt to dupe investigators. Huntley and her co-defendants include: Patricia Savage, the president of Parent Workshop, and Lynn Smith, Huntleys niece. Both are charged with grand larceny. Also indicted was David Gantt, a consultant who allegedly doctored paperwork to hide the alleged embezzlement.
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REFERENCE---Huntley's indictment include govt fraud and other crimes: charges of conspiracy, tampering with physical evidence and falsifying business records. Falsified records included:
* One handwritten letter Huntley wrote to Savage allegedly from a group called the Southern Queens Park Association, which supposedly hosted the charitys workshops.
* Four documents from David Gantt and another so-called consultant claiming to have received payments for their work.
* Twelve fake fliers advertising the nonexistent seminars.
* Six false testimonial letters from people who said they attended those sessions that never existed.
Huntley apparently directed all of the documents were to be falsified in a last-ditch effort to cover-up govt fraud.