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Tag Archives: Corruption
A. Benjamin Mannes will be giving his two-hour presentation; “Addressing Corruption as a Form of Organized Crime” to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners‘ meeting on June 6, 2017, 8:30 AM at the Doubletree Hotel and Conference Center, 237 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19107.
To register for the event, visit the ACFE events page.
My November 18th piece in The Hill was written while I was attending the 20th anniversary meeting of the Association of Inspectors General in Boston. This piece, in the hopes that the Trump transition team reads The Hill, gives suggestions on how supporting the nation’s Inspector General Community can prove effective in his promise to “Drain the Swamp” and eliminate waste, fraud and abuse in government.
To read the whole story, please click here.
In light of two stunning police corruption convictions in the New York metro area last week, this piece in The Hill looks at the details, contributors and pitfalls of each case to pick apart public opinion on the entire law enforcement community when a few criminals wear the badge.
To read the entire article, please click here.
Ben Mannes was a three-segment guest on the John Cardillo show, mornings on 880 WBIZ Miami/Ft. Lauderdale. John is a former NYPD officer and radio personality specializing in political commentary. Ben and John talk about Ben’s latest articles in The Hill, BLM and Public Corruption for 25 minutes.
Phone interviews are hard, but I will stop in and do the show live on my next trip to South Florida.
The Philly Voice provided great local coverage by Michael Tanenbaum of my piece in The Hill on Philadelphia’s explosion of corruption. This in-depth piece outlined the issue in great detail and seeks to motivate local readers into creating necessary checks and balances for local elected officials.
To read the article, click here.
On August 29, 2016, The Hill has published the conclusion of my series on public corruption, with this piece that details the ridiculous ‘culture of corruption’ in Philadelphia. Over the three-article series, ethics issues at the State Attorney General’s Office and the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office were highlighted…raising the question as to who (other than the FBI) enforces corruption in America’s fifth largest city if both the state and local prosecutors are potentially compromised.
Please read and share the final installment by clicking here.
My latest piece in The Hill was the second installment in an exposee on public corruption in Pennsylvania. This piece focused on state and congressional corruption, with more to come on corruption in Philadelphia.
My latest piece that ran in The Hill yesterday was entitled “Political blowback hampers FBI corruption probes”. It focuses on public corruption and the FBI investigations therein. This will be the first in a series on corruption using Philadelphia as a key example, and how it can serve as a cautionary tale for other states and cities.