[nfbmi-talk] reminds me of michigan

Terry D. Eagle terrydeagle at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 18 20:40:42 UTC 2014

The sentence wasn't nearlynas long as it should have been.  It should have
been 24 YEARS, rather than 24 months.  The crook must have also bought off
the judge with a re-election campaign donation.  

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Special education contractor convicted in $2 million fraud



NEW YORK - The former owner of a Queens-based special education provider,
who pleaded guilty to fraud charges earlier this year following a joint

by New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli and U.S. Attorney for the
Southern District Preet Bharara, was sentenced today to 24 months

and ordered to pay $2,151,318 in restitution and forfeit another $1,924,318.


"Cheon Park enriched himself and deprived children with physical,
developmental and emotional disabilities of the help they need," DiNapoli
said. "His conviction

today stands as a warning for those who attempt to cheat taxpayers and
instead use the money for their personal benefit."


In July 2012, DiNapoli's office issued an audit of Bilingual SEIT &
Preschool Inc. that found Park inappropriately charged New York City's
Department of

Education for salaries, vehicle leases and items such as cosmetics and
children's furniture. There were also a number of questionable issues
related to

staff salaries.


For a copy of the audit, visit:






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