State Sen. Eric Adams – 'Care'less charity

State Sen. Eric Adams awarding the Shmira Mesira who DELIBERATELY beat up Andrew Charles as a result brought Crown Heights to the brink of another riot.

NYPOST

WIS:

You see my brothers and sisters, if you parade around Mossrim like the Shmira Mesira and the Mesira Machine that supports them (Chanina Sperlin, Eli Cohen and Gang) it wont take long until you start to fall and fall hard.

EXCLUSIVE

State Sen. Eric Adams funneled $30,000 in taxpayer money to a nonprofit he founded, 100 Blacks Who Care, but doesn’t know how, or if, the money was spent.

The Brooklyn group, which got $15,000 in 2008, didn’t record the money, as required on its federal tax returns, or document any expenses.

OUTSPOKEN: State Sen. Eric Adams (center) in 1999, when he was an NYPD officer and a leader of the group 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care.

“Once the money is turned over to an organization, we, as elected officials, can’t get involved in how they use it. I don’t know how it’s used,” Adams told The Post last week.

The Brooklyn Democrat said he couldn’t remember, without checking his records, why he gave the organization the “member item” grants in the first place.

Noel Leader, the group’s treasurer, who, like Adams, is a former cop and co-founder of 100 Blacks, told The Post that the organization hadn’t received any funding in years and that he did not recall receiving the state funds.

He later said a $5,000 allocation from the state Education Department was probably used for supplies.

“I vaguely remember the $5,000 being used for the workshops, to buy equipment we utilize during the workshops. We have a lot of props, sound equipment, things of that nature,” he said.

Adams, Leader and Vernon Wells founded 100 Blacks in the mid-1990s as a nonprofit to give grants of $1,000 a month “to a worthy cause in the African-American community.”

They also started 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care, a for-profit advocacy group.

Adams approved a $20,000 member item for 100 Blacks in 2007, money that was to go toward equipment, including a slide projector, a laptop case, microphones and computer software, and $600 for staff members who conducted forums, according to state documents.

The state sent only $5,000 to the group, which never submitted an expense report to get the rest of the cash, according to an Education Department spokeswoman.

Adams secured the $10,000 member item the next year.

But, he said, he resigned from the organization before he took office and had nothing to do with its spending.

Several state lawmakers have gotten in trouble for running nonprofits, including state Sen. Pedro Espada, who was charged this month with embezzling money from his Bronx health-care centers, and State Sen. Vincent Leibell of Putnam County, who pleaded guilty in a kickback scheme involving a nonprofit he created.

Earlier this year, the US attorney opened an investigation into state Sen. Malcolm Smith and Rep. Gregory Meeks after The Post revealed the questionable spending practices of the nonprofit they helped to form, the New Direction Local Development Corp.

State Assemblywoman Sandra Galef, a Westchester Democrat, said she has drafted legislation that would prohibit lawmakers from giving member-item cash to nonprofits over which they have control.

“That’s not what state dollars are to be used for,” she said.

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5 Responses to “State Sen. Eric Adams – 'Care'less charity”

  1. shuky Says:

    everity charity has to report only if they get more than 25000 a year

  2. john doe Says:

    I sorta feel bad for Adams, he came to CH and gave the mossrim vests thinking the media will jump all over the story and just adore him and he’d get his 15 minutes of attention, and the next day this story is busted out…HA HA!

  3. As the world turns Says:

    the world turns and justice prevails. sometimes justice takes time but with mossrim its quick and easy. mesira is the worse offense a Jew can partake in and g-d wont stand for any of it. every politician which took a photo with mossrim ended up having a great fall.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    I see that there is alot of pain on the shomrim side. What do you think can be done to aleviate this pain where there will not be the need to publicly say things that hurt the community. Dont get me wrong I am all for exposing corruption, I love when you post that info. But sometimes i feel you go a little too far and hurt regular people in CH”s interest.

    • WhoIsShmira? Says:

      I see you haven’t been reading anything on this web site for these last few weeks, that’s evident from your comment.

      Just for fun, WIS will address some of your statements.

      I see that there is alot of pain on the shomrim side.

      What does this have to do with Shomrim?
      Who in Shomrim did you speak to that you know what they feel?
      What pain to you see, what do you understand of this “pain”?

      Most Impotently: the statement above is just a repeat or a talking point from Zaki B. Tamir propaganda and hate. Zaki b. Tamir also got on the web and spoke to everybody else before speaking to anybody from Shomrim.

      Again, I fail to understand what these issues, the one with speaking out which lead to the edict, which lead to to Zaki b. Tamir and Eli Cohen hate and this issue of exposing how individuals are rapping the community by stealing money that belongs to the community. Please explain what this all has to do with Shomrim!

      We await your reply!

      What do you think can be done to aleviate this pain where there will not be the need to publicly say things that hurt the community.

      Again your comments proves that you have not been following nor reading anything on this site.
      Who exactly (be specific) is going to be hurt by exposing this fraud?
      How is the “community” going to suffer from this, whose going to get hurt from all this, not me, not my neighbor, in fact not anybody I know or care for. As a matter of fact the only people [I hope] to get hurt from this are the people who have been ripping/rapping/stealing from us all these years, the very same people who are willing and ready to put Innocent Jews in jail, these people who support, justify and partake in MESIRA!

      Where was this comment for the 6 innocent Jews who were prosecuted with a vicious blood libel just last year by these very same people who are going to [hopefully] get hurt with these exposes?

      Dont get me wrong I am all for exposing corruption, I love when you post that info. But sometimes i feel you go a little too far and hurt regular people in CH”s interest.

      Now I’m confused, your for it or against it, or you were for it before you were against it or against it before you were for it?
      After last years mesira, what to far? Who decides what to far? which regular people are going to get hurt here and what “interest” are they going to loss?

      BTW, YOU HAVEN’T SEEN ANYTHING YET!!!
      A MILLION, TWO MILLION IS THE SMALL MONEY!

      LIKE WIS HAS SAID IN THE PAST: WE WILL DISCOVER WHY THESE MOSSRIM FIND IT SO EASY TO LOCK OTHER JEWS AWAY FOR OVER 15 YEARS. WHY MESSIRA COMES SO EASY BY THEM?

      WE WILL ALSO DISCOVER WHY THE MOSSRIM HAVE THE LITTLE SUPPORT THAT THEY DO, HOW MUCH OF A CUT ARE THE MOSSRIM JUSTIFIES AND EXCUSE’S ARE GETTING. ALL THIS AND MORE COMING UP…. ARE YOU ONE OF THEM, ARE YOU GETTING NERVOUS, GOOD, THAT THE POINT!

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