Skip to comments.Jesse Jackson Jr. still eligible for government pension, disability pay
Posted on 08/15/2013 12:13:41 PM PDT by TurboZamboni
Ex-congressman Jackson is eligible to receive $8,700 dollars per month in disability pay due to his bipolar condition and could receive a partial federal pension of $45,000 per year once he reaches 65. While on the city council, Sandi Jackson had automatic pension contributions of more than $50,000 withdrawn from her pay, even though she chose not to be a member of the city pension fund.
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$8,700 dollars per month in disability pay due to his bipolar condition
you KNOW what this can lead to dont you??
Are these payments based on CONDITIONS?...
lets HOPE NOT because were Joe Biden to take a disability retirement he could end Bankrupting the NATION.
Oh good grief. I was just thinking this morning that pensions for Congress critters should be done away with. They’re all rich as can be - let them save for their own retirement.
Steal $750,000, get 100,000/yr for life.
He needs an independent evaluator to determine why he can’t work. Just about everyone with bipolar disorder are productive. Who has him off work and why? Obviously, there is corruption in the office of the case worker for not challenging this claim.
Crazy like a fox.
L/E needs to mobilize the Bank Secrecy Act---in which banks are required to establish, implement and maintain programs designed to detect and report suspicious activity indicative of money laundering and other financial crimes.
The Bank Secrecy Act was enacted to protect the public from harm by identifying and detecting money laundering from criminal enterprises, terrorism, tax evasion or other unlawful activities.
L/E needs to examine Jackson's bank accounts
<><> Joint bank accounts might be used to facilitate the transfer of of govt funds.....monies may pay for personal and private expenses, credit cards, real estate sunsidies and vehicle purchases.
<><> To cover their tracks, fake invoices might be created to show that money deposited into accounts was being used for legitimate investment purposes.
The scheme might be advanced by issuing phony statements of payments from financial sources that actually covered the transfer of funds for Jackson's own use.
<><> L/E is directed to get ahold of: (1) copies of checks, (2) wire transfers, (3) account statements, (4) invoices, (5) bills, (6) delivery tickets, (7) correspondence including e-mail, contracts, loan agreements, and, (8) any other books or records. L/E should also explore (a) monies paid to brokers, sub-brokers, (b) family members, (c) mortgage brokers, (d) financial managers, and, (e) real estate agents, brokers, and developers.
<><> L/E should scrutinize Jackson's bank accounts for suspicious activities: (A) large deposits, (B) funds transferred from one account into another, (C) frequent requests for withdrawals.
Maybe it’s based on a percentage of how much you had stolen per month.
Ripping off the masses is quite profitable —