Former Southold charity director gets...

Former Southold charity director gets prison for thefts

There are 25 comments on the Newsday story from Nov 26, 2008, titled Former Southold charity director gets prison for thefts. In it, Newsday reports that:

The former director of a Southold charity stole from the poor as she tried to make herself rich, a Suffolk judge said yesterday.

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Billy

Uniondale, NY

#22 Nov 27, 2008
That lawyer was right about one thing, never hire someone with no college education and an addiction. They always cause problems.
more to come

Nesconset, NY

#23 Nov 28, 2008
This woman is despicable, she got off easy.
Unfortunately lowlife criminals are out there working and taking advantage of peoples trust. I hope other charities (esp. Suffolk EOC)are keeping a close eye on their accounting depts.
Just like the churches pedophile priests, embezzlers are shuttled from one place to another as managers would rather dump the problem on someone else than deal with it themselves. About time to expose these wretches, throw them in prison and make them pay back what the stole.
chinacatsunflowe r

Bronx, NY

#24 Nov 28, 2008
Nassau county AHRC is taking the taxpayer monies in medicare and medicaid in such wasteful amounts. They provide many unecessary services just so they can bill and receive the money. If taxpayers were aware of the amount if fraud at Nassau county AHRC they would be sick. Nassau County AHRC is allowed to audit themselves. They steal from me and you the taxpayers. They treat their workers poorly and the administrators are alway looking for a scapegoat a unsuspecting underling to blame for their wrongs. Nassau County AHRC needs to be investigated.

Since: Sep 08

Morristown, NJ

#25 Nov 28, 2008
Gen X Revert wrote:
"Winterbottom's attorney, William Goggins of Mattituck, blamed the diocese for his client's legal problems. He said Winterbottom was hired to run the center though she had no experience running a business, "lacks a formal education and had a gambling addiction."
"The problem with this case is that the Catholic Church has failed to take responsibility for its malfeasance," he said in a statement to Newsday. " ...[The church] waited five years before performing an audit."
The problem, you $%#@ is that your client stole money from the poor. Idiot.
Don't you know, it's ALWAYS someone elses fault. No one can take responsibility these days for bad behavior.

Since: Sep 08

Morristown, NJ

#26 Nov 28, 2008
pjdoodah wrote:
Goggins is right . His view of this it right on the money. This woman is another victim of the church. I would appeal this case.
No audtit for five years, seems to me the woman was set up.
Would the church do that ? I bet they would to cover up other missing monies ? Bad Boys
A prime example of shifting the blame to someone else... good job. I'll bet the guy in Patchogue who killed the illegal alien is also a "victim" in your eyes?

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