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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

OFF TOPIC REPRINT: Former Top Cop Kerik Gets 4 Years in Prison

Former Top Cop Kerik Gets 4 Years in Prison

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP/ 1010 WINS)  -- Former New York City police Commissioner Bernard Kerik has been sentenced to four years in federal prison.
Kerik was hailed as a hero after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. He admitted last year that he lied to the White House while being vetted for chief of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.... Read complete story here

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Monday, February 15, 2010

Corruption Sucks Blog Stats for Valentine's Day 2010

Daily Hits/ Percentage/ Country Name
drill down45691.20%United StatesUnited States
drill down61.20%GermanyGermany
drill down61.20%CanadaCanada
drill down61.20%Dominican RepublicDominican Republic
drill down40.80%United KingdomUnited Kingdom
drill down30.60%PhilippinesPhilippines
drill down20.40%SpainSpain
drill down20.40%AustriaAustria
drill down20.40%MalaysiaMalaysia
drill down20.40%NetherlandsNetherlands
drill down20.40%BelgiumBelgium
drill down20.40%IndiaIndia
drill down10.20%PortugalPortugal
drill down10.20%United Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates
drill down10.20%RomaniaRomania
drill down10.20%Russian FederationRussian Federation
drill down10.20%SwedenSweden
drill down10.20%Moldova, Republic OfMoldova, Republic Of
drill down10.20%FinlandFinland

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Will endemic corruption suck away aid to Haiti?

Will endemic corruption suck away aid to Haiti?

Tue, Jan 26 2010

By Patricia Zengerle

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Despite the best intentions of the international community, Haitians have little faith they will see the billions of dollars in aid pledged to rebuild their earthquake-shattered country, which international monitors rate as one of the world's most corrupt.

From successful businessmen to refugees scraping to survive in squalid tent camps, Haitians said they expect that a good portion of any money sent will flow straight into the pockets of corrupt government officials.

"The U.S. government needs to come here to help the Haitian people," said Jean-Louis Jerome, a construction worker who has lived beneath tarpaulins in a park with nine relatives since their house collapsed during the January 12 earthquake.

"If you give the aid to the person at the top, he will just put it in his pocket."

Transparency International, a group that studies government corruption, rates Haiti's government as one of the world's most corrupt and least effective, despite efforts by President Rene Preval to combat the chronic problem.

Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive was in Canada at a meeting of a dozen nations to assess Haiti's immediate needs and develop a strategy to rebuild the country after the devastating earthquake, which killed up to 200,000 people and left the capital city and other areas in ruins... (PLEASE CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL STORY) 

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The American Creole Indian Aid Commission (ACIAC) shall continue keeping our Kreyol Haitian brothers & sisters within our prayers & efforts. 

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