Geraldine cox searching for heir to orphanage; welfare empire
By Jonathan Tilbury
21 May 2015
The new heir to a New York orphanage who was rescued from the clutches of a welfare empire was the direct result of a failed campaign to rid the city of its largest welfare institution.
That is the conclusion of the investigative report pu카지노 사이트blished today by the Campaign to Save Our Communities, a local organization dedicated to ending the decades-old welfare state in the nation’s capital.
This is not the first time that the Campaign’s findings have come to light. After more than a year of investigation in its archives, the organization has come to the horrifying conclusion that the welfare empire that dominated New York City for over forty years was operating as a cover for decades of systematic racism and exploitation of its homeless population.
According to the i바카라nvestigation, this was true even before Thomas Komanelli and his wife, Margaret, began operating the $600,000-a-year organization. They bought the place as an escape from the chaos of the Depression, but after a year they quickly abandoned the entire operation.
Instead of rescuing the families of the homeless that they had helped save, Komanelli and Margaret turned to creating social “outpouring.” Komanelli employed his associates to arrange for the homeless to enter and leave for public parks and other public facilities in order to “outpour” them and the city’s general welfare budget.
At every “pouring party,” according to Komanelli’s own testimony in his 2010 criminal trial, people were loaded onto buses as they exited from the transit system. One homeless was found to have been in the backseat, stuffed with garbage and left to die. Another was thrown from the back of a bus, where he lost his arm.
During this week’s hearing, Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephen Bocian revealed that in 2015, the Komanels and their associates helped set up a $300,000 “social welfare empire” at the center of Harlem. Komanelli also managed to raise funds for several of the individuals who had been “outpouring” for years in his name.
These two documents reveal a disturbing picture of how the city’s poverty crisis, which began with the housing crisis and has now extended to homelessness, is being manipulated from within.
This is an indictment of the카지노 사이트 current administration, which, in recent months, has abandoned their own promises and repeatedly sought to undermine the welfare state, with a campaign of “reform” legislation that, accordin