Monday, August 29, 2011

A Scam

Old news from Florida:
In their effort to force Rubin to testify, Ohio investigators included in the Hernando lawsuit copies of the receipts that accompanied the e-mail. Among the items the [scam charity] Navy Veterans said it bought to send to troops overseas: frozen burritos and Lean Cuisine dinners, two window air-conditioning units, Alpo chicken and rice cat food, Natural Ice beer, raw chicken quarters, 10 boxes of "Just for Men" hair dye and six tubes of Pinaud's mustache wax.

Though most of the receipts were from Tampa — including a $1 hot fudge sundae from McDonald's in Ybor — the papers attached to Rubin's e-mail purported to reflect some purchases in Connecticut. Five packages of rat poison were from a WalMart in "Waterberry," while other illegible receipts were from WalMart in "New Havin." Ohio investigators said it was unlikely Connecticut residents would misspell the cities' names.
Navy Veterans also donated a lot of money to politicians.

7 comments:

Dragon-King Wangchuck said...

After a daylong review by IRS agents, the Navy Veterans Connecticut chapter passed the audit.

Substance McGravitas said...

GOVERNMENT CAN'T DO ANYTHING RIGHT!

J— said...

Rubin, a resident of Weeki Wachee

She's a mermaid!

Dragon-King Wangchuck said...

,,,10 boxes of "Just for Men" hair dye and six tubes of Pinaud's mustache wax.

They are going to try and blame poor Commander Thompson for this, but if you look at teh photo, any one of the three could have been using these products.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I went to collage in New Havin!

Maybe I shoulda got a receipt.
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Another Kiwi said...

And in the non­profit's waning days, she accepted a seat on its board, previously populated by fictitious characters.

I got suspicious when The Cat in the Hat showed up. He is nothing but trouble

Smut Clyde said...

When we tried to vote him off the board, he turned out to have proxy votes from Little Cat A, Little Cat B, and all the way down to Little Cat Z.

There is now pink ink all over the boardroom.