Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Take a wild guess why most have not heard about this before now

Sunrise Academy is a non-profit, tax-exempt institution founded by Charles Emor. Mr. Emor recently pleaded guilty to a wire fraud scheme.

Emor was accused of diverting government-issued funds from Sunriseā€™s bank accounts between January 2006 and November 2010. Prosecutors charged that Emor bilked the government out of more than $2.3 million. of approximately $30 million received under contracts with the District of Columbia.

Sunrise Academy sued The Great American Insurance Co. in D.C. Superior Court last month over whether Great American is obligated to cover more than $200,000 in criminal defense costs the school incurred during a grand jury investigation.

Let's review:

The founder of a non-profit, tax exempt organization diverted over $2 million of U.S. government funds somewhere else. Sunrise Academy wants an insurer to pay its legal defense costs connected with the administrative malfeasance.

Very convenient planning by someone with a criminal mind, wouldn't you think? Your guesses are as good as mine.

Consider: What might motivate such a large diversion of federal funds? What might account for the fact that few in the public ever heard about the crime? Is there anything special about the school we are not told? Perhaps someone does not want the public to jump to any false conclusions. Sunrise Academy educates young males between the ages of 7 and 22.

Submarines are always silent and strange.



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At 05 October, 2011 13:21, Blogger Contrary in Texas said...

Doesn't surprise me. Almost all non-profit, tax exempt organizations are left wing.

 

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