Inexplicable and unbelievably egregious crimes

crew-2231211This guy along with others of his ilk deserve serious jail time for a gigantic fraud perpetrated on Americans.

 

With their odious legislation, they have managed to raise the cost of goods and services to the U.S. and abroad, with no substantive,  prospective peer review data, to back up the fraud they have continued to force upon us.(Source)

Look for a serious decline in funding for the EPA. (Trump on man-caused climate change)

His jail sentence was far too lenient.

“Please call me Senator,” Barbara Boxer deemed it fair. 

Since CO2 is necessary for photosynthesis, “The building block of life,” to occur, perhaps Boxer will volunteer her useless being to live in a CO2 deprived environment.

 

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The one fool, the biggest of them all is Al Gore who created this nonsense by selling carbon offsets to help no one but himself.

 

The EPA’s highest-paid employee and a leading expert on climate change was sentenced to 32 months in federal prison Wednesday for lying to his bosses and saying he was a CIA spy working in Pakistan so he could avoid doing his real job.

 

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John C. Beale’s crimes were “inexplicable” and “unbelievably egregious,” said Judge Ellen Huvelle in imposing the sentence in a Washington. D.C. federal court. Beale has also agreed to pay $1.3 million in restitution and forfeiture to the government.

Beale said he was ashamed of his lies about working for the CIA, a ruse that, according to court records, began in 2000 and continued until early this year.

“Why did I do this? Greed – simple greed – and I’m ashamed of that greed,” Beale told the court.

He also said it was possible that he got a “rush” and a “sense of excitement” by telling people he was worked for the CIA. “It was something like an addiction,” he said.

Beale pled guilty in September to bilking the government out of nearly $1 million in salary and other benefits over a decade.

He perpetrated his fraud largely by failing to show up at the EPA for months at a time, including one 18-month stretch starting in

June 2011 when he did “absolutely no work,” as his lawyer acknowledged in a sentencing memo filed last week.

See the entire article below.

When Huvelle asked Beale what he was doing when he claimed he was working for the CIA, he said, “I spent time exercising. I spent a lot of time working on my house.”

He also said he used the time “trying to find ways to fine tune the capitalist system” to discourage companies from damaging the environment. “I spent a lot of time reading on that,” said Beale.

Prosecutor Jim Smith said Beale’s crimes made him a “poster child for what is wrong with government.”

The sentence drew swift reaction from Capitol Hill, including demands from a top Republican for further investigation into the EPA to determine how Beale got away with his fraud for so long.

“The case this morning highlights a massive problem with the EPA,” said Sen. David Vitter of Louisiana, ranking Republican on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. He said Beale had stolen taxpayer money under the nose of EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, who for years had been his immediate boss.

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D.-Calif.), chair of the committee, sought to defend McCarthy. “I commend the EPA administrator for taking steps to shine a light on the actions of this rogue employee, and her actions helped uncover his crimes,” she said.

Boxer also called Beale’s sentence “appropriate given [his] outrageous activities.”

EPA inspector general Arthur Elkins, whose office investigated Beale’s case, said in a statement Wednesday that his office is “actively looking at the EPA’s sloppy internal controls and management actions that enabled Mr. Beale’s frauds to occur…Expect to see the results of more audits from us in the coming months.”

When he first began looking into Beale’s deceptions last February, said EPA Assistant Inspector General Patrick Sullivan, who spearheaded the Beale probe, “I thought, ‘Oh my God, How could this possibly have happened in this agency? … I’ve worked for the government for 35 years. I’ve never seen a situation like this.”

 

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One thought on “Inexplicable and unbelievably egregious crimes

  1. So, now that this problem has been discovered and disclosed – How do we get Boxer and McCarthy equal credit for the negligence?

    “John C. Beale’s crimes were “inexplicable” and “unbelievably egregious,” said Judge Ellen Huvelle in imposing the sentence in a Washington. D.C. federal court. Beale has also agreed to pay $1.3 million in restitution and forfeiture to the government.” The responsible leaders must also be brought to Justice.

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