Monday, July 20, 2015

Corruption in Connecticut

Some good news. The DOJ has created a task force to investigate corruption in Connecticut.
[There were] nearly 100 parents with open family court cases who courageously testified before the legislature that they were victimized by predatory court professionals, many of whom were AFCC affiliates allegedly engaged in case rigging, healthcare scams, false billing scams, mortgage fraud, extortion, and other types of misconduct through the State’s publicly funded programs and services.
State Representative and Majority Whip Mimmie Gonzalez has posted more on her website.

We can only hope the task force brings real reform to the justice system in Connecticut and eventually other states as well.

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