$601,121: How Much Office Supplies and Office Material Does CHJCC Need?

In fiscal year 2008-2009 the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council Inc. Under Chanina Sperlin, Eli Poltorak, Zev Cadaner and Fishel Brownstein, with Executive director Eli Cohen (who Zaki b. Tamir does not have the cojons to Fire)  spent $601,121 on “office supplies and material”.

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How much Office Supplies does the CHJCC Inc. need and what does it mean by materials?

Do they perhaps sell off the Office Supplies for hard cash? Who gets the money off this fraud?

$601,121 on office supplies?

“Plug The Damn Hole”


16 Responses to “$601,121: How Much Office Supplies and Office Material Does CHJCC Need?”

  1. Queen Says:

    That’s alot of paper clips!

  2. inside man Says:

    dude, how long does it take to stretch your legs, start posting the big numbers!!!

    Ye, you people are thinking WTF, the big numbers and $601,121 is small?

    Hells yes my brothers, $601,121 is the small stuff.

  3. CH Resident Says:

    If you put the amount of all our Mosdos and schools together spent on office supplies you won’t even come to this number ($601,121).

    How is it that one small office, which does not produce much of anything can spend so much money of office supplies and office Material?

    This is nuts.

    This is money thats meant to help people in the community in need.

    Where is all this money!?

  4. shuky Says:

    where is the money?
    we want to see open books
    now I see whay ppl “volunteer” to be in tis Vaad bizness!

  5. Worker Accused Of Stealing Millions From NYC Hospital Says:

    December 2, 2010 11:00 PM

    NEW YORK (AP) — A former Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center worker embezzled more than $1 million from the renowned cancer hospital by ordering computer printer toner and stealing it, prosecutors said.

    Receiving clerk Marque Gumbs ordered $1.2 million worth of unneeded toner on the hospital’s tab between October 2009 and this August, sometimes buying toner that wasn’t even compatible with the computers at the outpatient center where he worked, a court complaint says.

    He had delivery drivers meet him on the street to hand over the supplies, and he was seen on surveillance video taking the shipments to an area where they didn’t belong, the complaint said.

    Gumbs’ lawyer didn’t immediately return a telephone call Thursday evening. Gumbs, 32, was being held on $100,000 bail after his arraignment Wednesday on a grand larceny charge.

    Prosecutors haven’t detailed what they think Gumbs did with the supplies. The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the story, said authorities believe he sold the toner elsewhere.

    The $37,000-a-year clerk piled nearly $150,000 of extra cash into his bank account from April 2008 to this September, and he put a $50,500 cash down payment on a BMW in May, the complaint said.

    Memorial Sloan-Kettering representatives didn’t immediately respond to after-hours messages Thursday, but a spokeswoman told the Journal that Gumbs’ employment had been terminated. He began working at the hospital in 1999.

    Memorial Sloan-Kettering, which traces its history to 1884, is one of the world’s oldest and biggest cancer centers. More than 23,000 patients were admitted to its hospital last year, and its outpatient offices logged more than 500,000 visits.

    (Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

  6. Man sentenced for stealing government surplus Says:

    KIRO Radio

    A former FAA employee has been sentenced for his scheme to steal surplus government property, including cars, boats and an airplane.

    Federal prosecutors say 37-year-old Steven Smith used a government computer to place holds on items posted for transfer to other agencies. His 51-year-old half-brother, Brad Garner, would travel around the country claiming the stuff, including a Cessna airplane and a 50-foot yacht used for drug enforcement.

    Wednesday, a judge in Tacoma sentenced Smith to 3 1/2 years in prison. Garner got 4 1/2 years in prison last February.

    Smith pleaded guilty but prosecutors say he wouldn’t reveal where he stored some items or where he moved some of the stuff in the middle of the night. One of the items, a sailboat used by the ROTC at the University of Washington, was smuggled into Canada.

  7. Ugh! Airport security screener caught stealing up to $700 a day Says:

    Posted by: Brad Tuttle, Thursday, Oct 21, 2010, 2:00 PM

    Federal investigators arrested a TSA staffer who allegedly regularly stole hundreds of dollars out of travelers’ baggage at his security checkpoint.

    According to an AP story, Michael Arato, a 41-year-old security screener at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, not only routinely rifled through passengers’ bags on the hunt for cash, he also participated in a scheme involving kickbacks and bribes with a co-worker who also stole from passengers. In other words, this wasn’t the work of one lone rip-off artist; at least two airport employees were involved.

    The Wall Street Journal reports that Arato was, in fact, not merely a low-level employee but a TSA supervisor who regularly pocked $400 to $700 per shift, and who accepted roughly $3,100 in bribes over the past five weeks. It is assumed that the thievery has been going on for months, if not years.

    Apparently, Arato and his partner in crime (who is now cooperating with the federal investigation) targeted one group of travelers in particular: foreign, non-English speakers flying from Newark back to their homeland — India especially.

    It goes without saying: It is unwise to travel with lots of cash and valuables. If you must, keep them close to you — like, never out of arm’s reach.

  8. Hurricane Katrina: Officials Caught Stealing Relief Supplies Says:

    On September 22, 2005, in General, by John Bambenek

    Police found cases of food, clothing and tools intended for hurricane victims at the home of the chief administrative officer for a New Orleans suburb, authorities said Wednesday.

    The donations filled a large pickup truck four times. “It was an awful lot of stuff,” Caraway said.

  9. steve Says:

    where is the entire document. This is four lines of a spreadsheet. it can be all made up. Post a link to a public records request or show their whole financial statement. I am not saying that this is a lie but to substantiate this claim you need to show some more evidence. this doesnt even have thier name on the paper?

    • WhoIsShmira? Says:

      You want the whole document do your own research, as of now WIS will post it as WIS wishes.

      G-D willing there will be many more such post exposing all the corruption and fraud.

      WIS is in no rush – there is a lot of investigating work to be done, this is going to be huge.
      Good things come to those who wait.

      Hint Hint: its all public record all you got to do is use your Jewish brain.

      Meanwhile enjoy the tease (Teases which are directed to those who are doing all the stealing/fraud, they know what I’m posting good and well).

  10. Exposed: Where are all the Pens and paper from the CHJCC Inc.? Says:

    601,121 pens and note-pads are missing from the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council Inc. and we want to know who took them?


  11. Facts of: Jewish Crimes Says:

    “Snapple fact #749 wrote:
    Would I be a racist if I said that 99.9% of crime in crown heights are committed by black people????”

    No, it would not be racist but it wont be based on facts either.

    Much of the crime against the Jewish community is sadly coming from the Jewish Community.

    1. There are those (CHJCC/Sperlin family) who are stealing money that belongs to the good people of Crown Heights.

    2. There are those (again CHJCC/Sperlin Family) who are ordering the police to target other Jews.

    3. There are those (CHJCC/Sperlin Family) who are working hand and hand to cover up crime.

  12. CHJCC Says:

    You guys are so smart. I don’t know what document you got the 601,000 number from, but the 2008-2009 fiscal year ended on June 30, 2009, exactly 3 weeks after the Court ordered the banks to transfer the accounts from the hands of the Rubashkin Lackeys to responsible management.

  13. Facts Says:

    For the 2008 calendar year, or tax year beginning 07-01-2008 and ending 06-30-2009, thats from the top of the 990 they can say what they want they signed off on the papers.

    Chanina Sperlin and gang signed…
    ….We certify under the penalties of perjury…

  14. Queen Says:

    My father was a staunchly non-religious Jew yet, he taught all of his children the golden rule. Very disconcerting for me to see ‘frum’ Jews who don’t even know the basics of ethical behavior, and moreover, they are running Jewish communities. This may seem like a dumb question but, shouldn’t frum Jews have at least as high ethical standards as Jews like my father?

  15. Duh: White House to buy office supplies in bulk to cut costs Says:

    posted at 11:25 am on September 19, 2011 by Tina Korbe

    A little gem from National Journal:

    Hoping to trim $600 million in the next four years, several federal agencies and departments will start pooling their purchases of office printers, copiers, and scanners, administration officials told The Washington Post. Starting this week, the Departments of Commerce, Defense, Homeland Security, Justice, and Treasury, as well as the Social Security Administration, are slated to begin buying these items in bulk from 11 firms. The supplier list includes both larger companies like Canon and Lexmark, and some smaller, veteran- or minority-owned suppliers, The Post reports.

    This plan will also force departments to closely scrutinize their equipment stocks. “One of the things we’ve discovered is that agencies don’t have a clue what they have,” Dan Gordon, the Obama administration’s top federal contracting official, told The Post. “They don’t realize how many cellphones and BlackBerrys they have.”

    How has this not happened before? Large families know to shop at Sam’s Club or Costco to save money — and most people know to glance in the pantry before a grocery run to make sure they don’t repurchase items they already have. It took federal government officials this long to figure out they could be more cost-effective by buying bulk and taking stock of what they already possess?

    But, then, it’s much easier to be free with other folks’ money than with your own.

    This week, the president plans to unveil his deficit reduction package. If this early effort at increased efficiency is any indication, the proposals he puts forth will trim mere chump change from the federal budget. But, then, even the hard-won cuts that will supposedly proceed from the Super Committee don’t amount to much. As The Washington Times’ Joseph Curl explains, if politicians actually want to eliminate the deficit, they’d have to cut the federal budget by a third. If they want to be able to make a dent in the debt, they’d have to cut the budget by two-thirds. Maybe it’s not important to eliminate the deficit and debt. At this point, the general consensus is that it’s crucial to at least reduce it because the debt has simply grown too large, but, in the past, economists and politicians used to debate the relative drawbacks and merits of operating at a deficit and acquiring debt. Either way, it’s crucial to be unimpressed by paltry $600 million savings or deficit reduction proposals that do little more than pay lip service to the fact that we have a problem.

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