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Whistleblower News From The Inside — September 9, 2015

Posted  September 9, 2015

By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team

Auditors find fraud risks in visa program – Investigators have found risks in the program designed to give wealthy foreigners green cards in exchange for their investments in U.S. businesses that create jobs.  Washington Post

VA whistleblower returns to work – Bradie Frink, a disabled veteran who was fired by the Department of Veterans Affairs after he sought help from Senator Barbara Mikulski with his benefits claim, returned to work yesterday.  Baltimore Sun

Former GMAC banker sentenced to 3 years for million-dollar bribery scheme – Robert Moreno, was hit with the prison sentence for his role in a far-reaching scheme in which he received bribes in exchange for rigging the secondary mortgage market in favor of preferred customers.  USAO – SDCA

SEC settles charges against BDO USA – The company and five of its partners agreed to pay over $2 million in penalties and disgorged fees to settle charges that the auditor issued false and misleading opinions about the financial statements of staffing services company General Employment Enterprises.  SEC

Former USAID contractor guilty of bribery – A former employee of International Relief and Development Inc. has pleaded guilty to charges of accepting a bribe to steer subcontracts to an Afghan company. DOJ


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