- Woman for quasi-city agency that Norfolk supports financially but really isn’t in charge of gets paid for twelve years without actually working.
- Norfolk Commonwealth Attorney investigates, concludes no crime has been committed and tells everyone to “Move along. There is nothing to see here.”
- Now a Norfolk judge has empowered a special Grand Jury to investigate and see if an actual crime did occur.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Is Norfolk's Commonwealth Attorney lazy or incompetent? I can't tell.
For everyone too lazy to read the article, here’s is the Reader’s Digest version:
I am not a lawyer. I have not been to law school. I have no real legal expertise. However, I have watched Matlock and stayed in a Holiday Inn Express and I can say with pretty much 94% certainty that a crime did indeed occur.
Here is some free advice for the Norfolk city Attorney’s office. At a MINIMUM, the person/persons who signed the time sheets and/or performance appraisal for the woman that never showed up probably committed some sort of financial fraud. Again, I am not a lawyer so I don’t know the technical term is for the type of stealing but I would call it…..um….stealing.