Friday, September 6, 2013

If Food Stamp Fraud is this bad in Arizona, What's it like in Other States?

Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne announced the state’s largest undercover food stamp fraud bust and the arrests of three individuals involved on Thursday. 
K & S convenience store employees Kameel Sweiss, 51, Ameer Sweis, 22, Faday Sweiss, 33, were arrested Wednesday for allegedly illegally conducting an enterprise, fraudulent schemes and artifices, money laundering, unlawful use of food stamps and computer tampering.
Kameel Sweiss, 51, (left) Ameer Sweiss, 22,
and Faday Sweiss, 33, (right)
According to Horne, Wednesday morning SWAT units of the Phoenix Police Department entered the K & S convenience store to execute search warrants and seized $32,876 in cash, a key to a private bank vault holding $550,480 in cash, bank records, accounts, food stamp cards, business ledgers and three vehicles. 
The arrests came following months of an undercover investigation involving the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, Phoenix Police Department, United States Department of Agriculture, Office of the Inspector General, Arizona Department of Economic Security, as well as the Arizona Department of Revenue, which is conducting a separate and ongoing investigation.
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BOSMAN said...

I'm sure this is just a small sample of the fraud that's going on in just ONE STATE.

This program has gotten way to big anyway. It should be TEMPORARY assistance. Instead, it has become a WAY OF LIFE for tens of millions.

Anonymous said...

These programs are corrupt. The school lunch programs are even worse. The fraud is so bad, it's nauseating.