Dallas Public Corruption

Federal Indictments: Dallas Pension System 2017

System fraud examiner, January 2017 - The most disturbing thing now is the suggestion the basic culture of self-serving secrecy at the pension system still has not changed. Some of the evidence suggests the system's use of outside attorneys to investigate wrongdoing is a sham designed to do just the opposite - to make sure instead that no publically discoverable documents or evidence will ever be produced. Source: the Dallas Observer

Federal Grand Jury, January 2017 - A federal grand jury is weighing evidence in a criminal case relating to the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System. The pending grand jury came to light after the Dallas Morning News requested copies of correspondence the pension fund received from federal investigators. According to the News, federal investigators have been looking into the Dallas police and fire pension fund for at least a year. Source: the Dallas Morning News

System fraud examiner, January 2017 - Some major names are looking into how the failing Dallas Police and Fire Pension System spiraled out-of-control; there is the FBI, and the Texas Rangers, and Diamond McCarthy, a national law firm hired by the System's current administration; but the name that has investigated the pension fund the longest and with the most intensity is Sandy Alexander, a former System fraud examiner with a passion to expose what he believes was a fraud perpetrated on the public. Source: the Dallas Morning News

Dallas Mayor Rawlings, December 2016 - Dallas Mayor Michael Rawlings requested the the Texas Rangers launch an investigation into conduct he believed "may rise to the level of criminal offenses" noting "anyone brazen enough to commit crimes that harmed those who sacrifice so much to keep our city safe must be brought to justice." The FBI earlier this year raided the offices of former System real estate investment advisor CDK Realty Advisors.
Source: the Dallas Morning News

System fraud examiner, June 2016 - Dallas police and fire pension executives file a lawsuit without Board approval against a former CPA fraud examiner in an attempt to silence a well-informed critic of the System's governance at a time when there is deep distrust between System executives and Dallas city officials, multiple criminal investigations ongoing about its management, and System executives are fighting for control of the fund and their highly-compensated jobs.
Source: Columbus A. Alexander, III, CPA, CFE,
2017 Lawsuit Petition

 




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