Friday, January 13, 2017

Feds Link Up To Bust Its First USDA Child Welfare Scheme

Well, well, well, look at what we have here.

Another joint partnership to stop child welfare fraud!

Now, I bet you thought I was going to attack these nefarious incorporated, non-taxable, child welfare entities, but, if you are familiar with my mission, you should know that I always seem to attain a more blanketed understanding of operations.

In this FBI press release, it is seen that the USDA has partnered with the IRS.

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Drive through food bank distribution of the week for a family of 4.
(Industrial case of mustard, 2 cabbage, 4 butternut squash,pre-rotten tomatoes,
2 bags of rice, out-dated milk,and frozen-thawed-frozen-thawing chicken quarters.)


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I do not want to say much about this investigative mobilization but there are mechanisms which allow individuals, rather, original sources, without legal counsel, to actually participate in the enforcement of oversight.

This oversight I shall call a false claim

Basically, it works like this:

People set up schemes to get elected officials into office by funding their campaigns through child welfare scams because these scams are exempted and excluded from external scrutiny.

Then, these people, fraudfeasors as I prefer to call them, go ahead and ramrod some policies to cut and severe resources.

I like to refer to "cut and sever" as "diffuse and disrupt" for the purposes of taking over the land.  If you create the right economic policies in a geographic area, populations will either quickly die off or move out, whether by choice or condition.

The properties abandoned, forfeited and foreclosed, will eventually revert to an unregulated, privatized, non-taxable land bank, where the land will be parceled off to private speculators, domestic and foreign, including NGOs, to secure federal contracts to rebuild the infrastructure and population, of which "The Poors" will not be eligible to participate.

These are nothing more than economic attacks on these historically disparaged populations.

Then, when the need of these populations have reached a tantamount level of poverty, a crisis of child poverty measured through, in this instance, USDA weights, then it becomes reasonably simple to set up these charitable programs to help out these "poor kids with parents who feel entitled", or whatever the political flavor of "personal responsibility" rhetoric is of the day, in order to target and secure public and private funding.

As of this moment, I can only speak upon Michigan.

Michigan has a few of these active scams.  Here is one of them.

 Feeding America of West Michigan.

Feeding America is one of these USDA programs that intends to feed hungry children.  Here is how it works.

It charges local non-profits $0.18 a pound for food, claiming administrative costs, but here is the kicker, the food is donated with tax write-offs from secondary production companies, so the quality is, well, how can I say this...literally rotten.

Then, some of these local food banks are unable to raise enough money to afford the $0.18 a pound to feed their communities, leaving families to find other ways to "supplement" their SNAP benefits which have been cut, again, under the promoted guise of relying upon these food banks.

Q:  So why is it these food banks are not feeding hungry children as they claim to be?

A1:  Land banks and food banks are unregulated.

A2:  Poverty is a crime.

A3:  Social Impact Investments demand profitable returns.

A4:  The FBI has just now partnered with USDA and IRS on this.

Qui tam pro domino rege quam pro se ipso in hac parte sequitur

Much love to the #Superfans.

More to come...

Marianna Man Sentenced to Prison in Scheme to Steal USDA Funds Intended to Feed Hungry Children

LITTLE ROCK—Christopher R. Thyer, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, announced Tuesday that United States District Court Judge D. Price Marshall Jr., sentenced James E. Franklin, Jr., 34, of Marianna, to prison for his role in a widespread scheme to steal money intended for feeding children in low income areas.

Judge Marshall sentenced Franklin, who pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit wire fraud on September 16, 2016, to 24 months’ imprisonment, to be followed by two years of supervised release. He was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $380,055.36.

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) feeding programs in Arkansas are administered through the Arkansas Department of Human Services (DHS). Sponsors who want to participate in the feeding programs must submit an application to DHS for approval. After they are approved, they can provide meals as part of the feeding programs, and they are reimbursed for the eligible meals they serve.

Franklin is the fourth defendant sentenced who was charged with involvement in a scheme to fraudulently obtain these USDA program funds intended to feed children in low income areas. Eight others have pleaded guilty and are awaiting sentencing. Jacqueline Mills, Dorothy Harper, and Anthony Waits are scheduled for trial on March 27, 2017, before United States District Court Judge James M. Moody, Jr.

Franklin was a sponsor for a feeding program through an organization called "JL&N Outreach." Franklin had two approved feeding site locations, one in Hughes, Arkansas and the other in Brinkley, Arkansas. Franklin claimed that he fed as many as 244 children a day in Hughes and as many as 287 children a day in Brinkley.  According to witnesses, no more than 10 children per day were fed in Brinkley and no more than 15 children per day were fed in Hughes.

Franklin was recruited by Anthony Waits. Waits’ wife, Gladys Waits, worked for DHS and approved Franklin’s application. Franklin paid Anthony Waits approximately 40% of the $380,055.36 Franklin received in the scheme.

The investigation is ongoing and is being conducted by the USDA–Office of Inspector General, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Internal Revenue Service–Criminal Investigations, and United States Marshals Service. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Jana K. Harris, Allison W. Bragg, and Cameron McCree.

If you are aware of any fraudulent activity regarding feeding programs, please email that information to USAARE.FeedingProgramFraud@usdoj.gov

Or, you can just hit me up.  Seriously.  I am sick of this shit.

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