Your source for news affecting the U.S. Social Security Administration/© Charles T. Hall
Agreed, way over too much information and completely off point.
I believe it was covered nicely wth this: “We’ve had a bunch of different stories from Ms. Minaker as how over the years she was able to deceive the government,” Kaiser said.Do the crime, pay the time.. She got off easy.
I guess I'm still trying to figure out how living apart would give them more SSDI. SSI, sure, but SSDI?
As it's written, this release makes no sense whatsoever. Why do they even bother releasing half-stories like this? It has to be SSI. So much for quality control at OIG.
You people are unbelievable. One day government is inefficient. The next day they are "carried away." Do you realize how much time and effort goes into field office & OIG coordination to make this happen? Apparently not. Why not focus on the results rather than criticize the press release. Goodness gracious.
Not since the days of "sob sister" journalism in the 30s has anyone achieved such heights of purple prose. This OIG employee is definitely in the wrong profession.
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