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Fraud in the welfare system

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Woman charged with benefits fraud works for Social Services | davis, nannetta, alamance - Burlington Times News

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GASTONIA WOMAN CHARGED WITH $1.4 MILLION DOLLAR MEDICAID FRAUD SCHEME AND MONEY LAUNDERING Two Others Plead Guilty to Defrauding Medicaid in Related Schemes CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of North Carolina announced today the indictment and arrest of Erika Holland, 41, of Mt. Holly, on charges of defrauding the North Carolina Medical Assistance Program (Medicaid) of over $1.4 million dollars and laundering the proceeds of her fraud with the purchase of vehicles, a residence and a vacation time share.

United States Attorneys Office - Western District of North Carolina
She got 10 years for each count of fraud
 

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fraud is rampant in the welfare system!!example welfare queens get free housing and food stamps while their 4th or 5th new baby daddy secretly lives in the same resident !! grand parents get custody of their grand children to qualify for social sec benefits and then split the money with the children's parents while the whole time the children are still living at home with there parents!! these are just a few examples of how the tax payers are being ripped off!!............I GUESS THESE FACTS ARE RACIST!!
 

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It was MEDICAID fraud, not Welfare fraud.

Totally different programs, ya know?

That noted, a very long prison sentence is in order for these kinds of criminals.

Medicaid fraud is, I am informed, one of the most lucrative ORGANIZED CRIME activities this nation suffers from.

I've heard estimates that it costs the US $60 BILLION annually
 
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It was MEDICAID fraud, not Welfare fraud.

Totally different programs, ya know?

That noted, a very long prison sentence is in order for these kids of criminals.

Medicaid fraud is, I am informed, one of the most lucrative ORGANIZED CRIME activities this nation suffers from.

I've heard estimates that it costs the US $60 BILLION annually
most people on welfare are on medicaid!!it is the corruption in the entitlement society that i was speaking of..
 
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Woman charged with benefits fraud works for Social Services | davis, nannetta, alamance - Burlington Times News

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GASTONIA WOMAN CHARGED WITH $1.4 MILLION DOLLAR MEDICAID FRAUD SCHEME AND MONEY LAUNDERING Two Others Plead Guilty to Defrauding Medicaid in Related Schemes CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of North Carolina announced today the indictment and arrest of Erika Holland, 41, of Mt. Holly, on charges of defrauding the North Carolina Medical Assistance Program (Medicaid) of over $1.4 million dollars and laundering the proceeds of her fraud with the purchase of vehicles, a residence and a vacation time share.

United States Attorneys Office - Western District of North Carolina
She got 10 years for each count of fraud

This should ease your mind, garner strong support and praise from you...

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January 24, 2011

Health care fraud prevention and enforcement efforts recover record $4 billion; new Affordable Care Act tools will help fight fraud

Joint DOJ & HHS efforts result in largest sum ever recovered in single year; new rules under the Affordable Care Act will keep fraudulent providers and suppliers out of Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP and avoid payments of fraudulent claims

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and U.S. Associate Attorney General Thomas J. Perrelli today announced a new report showing that the government’s health care fraud prevention and enforcement efforts recovered more than $4 billion in taxpayer dollars in Fiscal Year (FY) 2010. This is the highest annual amount ever recovered from people who attempted to defraud seniors and taxpayers. In addition, HHS today announced new rules authorized by the Affordable Care Act that will help the department work proactively to prevent and fight fraud, waste and abuse in Medicare, Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
 

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Woman charged with benefits fraud works for Social Services | davis, nannetta, alamance - Burlington Times News

And a even bigger WOW

GASTONIA WOMAN CHARGED WITH $1.4 MILLION DOLLAR MEDICAID FRAUD SCHEME AND MONEY LAUNDERING Two Others Plead Guilty to Defrauding Medicaid in Related Schemes CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of North Carolina announced today the indictment and arrest of Erika Holland, 41, of Mt. Holly, on charges of defrauding the North Carolina Medical Assistance Program (Medicaid) of over $1.4 million dollars and laundering the proceeds of her fraud with the purchase of vehicles, a residence and a vacation time share.

United States Attorneys Office - Western District of North Carolina
She got 10 years for each count of fraud

This should ease your mind, garner strong support and praise from you...

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News Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 24, 2011

Health care fraud prevention and enforcement efforts recover record $4 billion; new Affordable Care Act tools will help fight fraud

Joint DOJ & HHS efforts result in largest sum ever recovered in single year; new rules under the Affordable Care Act will keep fraudulent providers and suppliers out of Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP and avoid payments of fraudulent claims

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and U.S. Associate Attorney General Thomas J. Perrelli today announced a new report showing that the government’s health care fraud prevention and enforcement efforts recovered more than $4 billion in taxpayer dollars in Fiscal Year (FY) 2010. This is the highest annual amount ever recovered from people who attempted to defraud seniors and taxpayers. In addition, HHS today announced new rules authorized by the Affordable Care Act that will help the department work proactively to prevent and fight fraud, waste and abuse in Medicare, Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).

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It was MEDICAID fraud, not Welfare fraud.

Totally different programs, ya know?

That noted, a very long prison sentence is in order for these kids of criminals.

Medicaid fraud is, I am informed, one of the most lucrative ORGANIZED CRIME activities this nation suffers from.

I've heard estimates that it costs the US $60 BILLION annually

From the first link

A woman who, along with her husband, was charged Tuesday with food stamp, Medicaid and welfare fraud is an Alamance County Department of Social Services employee.
 

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This should be of no surprise to anyone...Fraud and corruption are a way of life in America, it starts at the top and if you don't have the right connections and power you will get caught, and made an example of. It is only the government that can get away with fraud and corruption.
 

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This should be of no surprise to anyone...Fraud and corruption are a way of life in America, it starts at the top and if you don't have the right connections and power you will get caught, and made an example of. It is only the government that can get away with fraud and corruption.
You're right. Corruption is a way of life in America. The public has been conditioned to accept that fact by the gradual introduction of PACs (Political Action Committees), which are a systematically legitimized means of distributing money to legislators (otherwise known as bribery).

"Lobbying" has become such a commonplace activity in Washington that no one pays attention to it anymore. The Halls of Congress are packed with lobbyists lined up to visit with congressmen and senators for the express purpose of offering them bribes in exchange for favorable legislation. Of course the practice is not conducted quite so directly but rather takes place via a system of bureaucratic pseudo-sterilization which makes it all very legal and, to the very naive, "above board."

This PAC scam, which has been conceived and canonized by the overwhelming approval of its beneficiaries, is one way our legislators are bribed. It amounts to a criminal practice which is hiding in plain sight. There are other ways which are much less conspicuous but which enable so many of our representatives to become multi-millionaires and one may only assume, suspect or speculate on what they are. One thing is certain, unless some radical political upheaval takes place to completely eliminate the corrupting influence of money from our government there is no question that our Country will continue to be sold one little piece at a time until there is nothing left to sell.
 
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This should be of no surprise to anyone...Fraud and corruption are a way of life in America, it starts at the top and if you don't have the right connections and power you will get caught, and made an example of. It is only the government that can get away with fraud and corruption.
You're right. Corruption is a way of life in America. The public has been conditioned to accept that fact by the gradual introduction of PACs (Political Action Committees), which are a systematically legitimized means of distributing money to legislators (otherwise known as bribery).

"Lobbying" has become such a commonplace activity in Washington that no one pays attention to it anymore. The Halls of Congress are packed with lobbyists lined up to visit with congressmen and senators for the express purpose of offering them bribes in exchange for favorable legislation. Of course the practice is not conducted quite so directly but rather takes place via a system of bureaucratic pseudo-sterilization which makes it all very legal and, to the very naive, "above board."

This PAC scam, which has been conceived and canonized by the overwhelming approval of its beneficiaries, is one way our legislators are bribed. It amounts to a criminal practice which is hiding in plain sight. There are other ways which are much less conspicuous but which enable so many of our representatives to become multi-millionaires and one may only assume, suspect or speculate on what they are. One thing is certain, unless some radical political upheaval takes place to completely eliminate the corrupting influence of money from our government there is no question that our Country will continue to be sold one little piece at a time until there is nothing left to sell.

You see Mike thats what happens when you have to many entitlement progras. People come to think they are due and take it.
 

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You see Mike thats what happens when you have to many entitlement programs. People come to think they are due and take it.
Specifically what "entitlement" programs are you referring to?

If you are focusing on the topic welfare fraud case, I don't see how one individual's criminal tendencies can be blamed on any specific program(s).

There is no question that fraud takes place in welfare programs. It also takes place in churches, charities and, above all, in government. But you are quite right that a great deal of fraud takes place because people are more inclined to do what they see others getting away with -- e.g., our congressional representatives. Unfortunately, so little (nothing?) is done to detect and punish corruption at the higher levels it is naive to expect deterrence at the lower levels.
 
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You see Mike thats what happens when you have to many entitlement programs. People come to think they are due and take it.
Specifically what "entitlement" programs are you referring to?

If you are focusing on the topic welfare fraud case, I don't see how one individual's criminal tendencies can be blamed on any specific program(s).

There is no question that fraud takes place in welfare programs. It also takes place in churches, charities and, above all, in government. But you are quite right that a great deal of fraud takes place because people are more inclined to do what they see others getting away with -- e.g., our congressional representatives. Unfortunately, so little (nothing?) is done to detect and punish corruption at the higher levels it is naive to expect deterrence at the lower levels.

If you are focusing on the topic welfare fraud case, I don't see how one individual's criminal tendencies can be blamed on any specific program(s

Mike for evey one person that gets caught there are more who don't get caught. If there weren't so maentitlment programs there weren't be much fraud. How can you have fraud when the programs are gone?
 

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If you are focusing on the topic welfare fraud case, I don't see how one individual's criminal tendencies can be blamed on any specific program(s).
That’s because you’re a reasonable and objective person.

In the alternate universe that is the radical right, however…
 
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If you are focusing on the topic welfare fraud case, I don't see how one individual's criminal tendencies can be blamed on any specific program(s).
That’s because you’re a reasonable and objective person.

In the alternate universe that is the radical right, however…

How is it a radical right issue? No one s mentioned if it's a left or right issue. But your post is very revealing as to what you think the person was that was defrauding the government.
 

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Federal Contractor Misconduct Database

The government awards contracts to companies with histories of misconduct such as contract fraud and environmental, ethics, and labor violations. In the absence of a centralized federal database listing instances of misconduct, the Project On Government Oversight (POGO) is providing such data. We believe that it will lead to improved contracting decisions and public access to information about how the government spends hundreds of billions of taxpayer money each year on goods and services.

Top 100 Contractors
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1. Lockheed Martin $38148.1m 57 $ 590.1m
2. Boeing Company $20135.3m 39 $1597.7m
3. Northrop Grumman $17114.0m 33 $ 845.7m
4. General Dynamics $16705.7m 12 $ 78.5m
5. Raytheon Company $15776.2m 22 $ 479.2m
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9. SAIC $6678.4m 10 $ 8.0m
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1. Lockheed Martin $38148.1m 57 $ 590.1m
2. Boeing Company $20135.3m 39 $1597.7m
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85. University of Chicago $ 764.0m 4 $ 22.7m
86. Hochtief AG $ 763.8m 2 $ 13.9m
87. SK Holdings Co., Ltd. $ 760.8m 0 $ 0.0m
88. Anthem Health of Indiana $ 750.3m 2 $ 7.5m
89. Cerberus Capital Management, L.P. $ 743.0m 2 $ 0.2m
90. Apptis, Inc. $ 740.5m 1 $ 1.3m
91. Pfizer, Inc. $ 715.4m 7 $2898.3m
92. General Motors Corp. $ 706.5m 15 $1363.7m
93. McDermott, Inc. $ 698.9m 9 $ 50.8m
94. Afognak Native Corporation $ 696.7m 0 $ 0.0m
95. AECOM Technology Corporation $ 694.7m 0 $ 0.0m
96. NANA Regional Corporation $ 693.1m 1 $ 0.0m
97. ITT Industries** $ 692.1m 0 $ 0.0m
98. Kongsberg Gruppen ASA $ 689.0m 0 $ 0.0m
99. The Walsh Group $ 685.9m 3 $ 1.0m
100. Tetra Tech, Inc. $ 680.9m 0 $ 0.0m
Total $296110.4m 759 $21028.9m

What ever at least they contribute more tax payers who can help pay taxes to give to those on the welfare system. You should be thankful
 

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Woman charged with benefits fraud works for Social Services | davis, nannetta, alamance - Burlington Times News

And a even bigger WOW

GASTONIA WOMAN CHARGED WITH $1.4 MILLION DOLLAR MEDICAID FRAUD SCHEME AND MONEY LAUNDERING Two Others Plead Guilty to Defrauding Medicaid in Related Schemes CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of North Carolina announced today the indictment and arrest of Erika Holland, 41, of Mt. Holly, on charges of defrauding the North Carolina Medical Assistance Program (Medicaid) of over $1.4 million dollars and laundering the proceeds of her fraud with the purchase of vehicles, a residence and a vacation time share.

United States Attorneys Office - Western District of North Carolina
She got 10 years for each count of fraud
And it's gonna get much much worse once P-BOcare gets going.
 

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It all goes to the same attitude that it's the governments money and the government has deep pockets.
The attitude is if the government has deep pockets it will not miss the false claims .
 

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