The Jeanine Machine

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NetPub Corporation, Oct 1, 2002 - Political Science - 170 pages
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Jeanine Pirro is very likely the most recognizable district attorney in America. Her countless appearances on broadcast and in print media, nationally, for many years have projected an image of an articulate, tough crime fighter. In fact, Jeanine Pirro is a criminal and a fraud. While few reasonable individuals can accept her repeated assertion, "I didn't know what I was signing" in all those ten years of fraudulent joint tax returns which sent her husband to prison, fewer still are aware of the active hands-on role she actually played. Incredibly, this appears but "the tip of the iceberg" as her role as an unindicted co-conspirator is revealed by the book which details several separate elements of the criminial scheme which she personally carried out in furtherance of the conspiracy. Having documented, early, her culpability in the tax fraud, the book goes on to detail the criminality and the evil in her occupation of the District Attorney's Office.

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Born and raised in the 41st Precinct, "Fort Apache" the Bronx, Richard holds a degree in psychology from Adelphi College, and a law degree from Pace University School of law. A former Youth Board Worker for the City of New York, and Probation Officer for the County of Westchester, he has worked for nearly three decades with formerly home-less, and disadvantaged individuals. In his capacity as Project Director and Case Manager for an agency working with formerly homeless, developmentally disabled adults in White Plains, New York he came face to face with the cruelty and injustice of Jeanine Pirro's regime.

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