Skip to comments.I-Team: Caramadre client list [McAuliffe's investment fraud]
Posted on 10/09/2013 12:44:30 PM PDT by Hoodat
CRANSTON, R.I. - Terence McAuliffe, the former chairman of the national Democratic Party, was one of hundreds of people who invested in variable annuities that used terminally ill patients as the annuitants.
McAuliffe and others became owners of the investment instruments through Cranston estate planner Joseph Caramadre. Caramadre pleaded guilty to stealing the identities of terminally ill patients and using that information to falsely apply for annuities and bonds with death puts.
Prosecutors said Caramadre cost insurance companies between $37 million and $48 million from the scheme.
Caramadre, with the help of a partner, would use personal information from terminally ill patients on investment applications that contained death benefits. The actual owners of the annuity would be Caramadre or hundreds of investors. In exchange for the personal information, Caramadre often times would help the families of the terminally ill to pay for funeral expenses.
Besides McAuliffe, Robert Flanders, the former chief justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court, is on the investment list. Gaythorne "Poochie" Angell, a long-time bookie and mob associate, was also an investor, along with Monsignor Raymond Bastia, who handles financial planning for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence.
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He’s majorly ahead in the polls.
He sounds like a real low-life.
He’s a democrat, it’s expected of him.
Even amongst the low-life Clinton crowd McAuliffe is scum. It wouldn't surprise me to learn he was invested in midnight body part harvesting as well.
This has a certain stench to it doesn’t it.
The Associated Press’s Bob Lewis discovers that according to court records McAuliffe lied to postal inspector investigating RI death benefits scam.