Tuesday, June 24, 2014

JACKSON COUNTY PLEA FOR MERCY CLAIMS MENTAL ILLNESS GAMBLING ADDICTION TO BLAME FOR FRAUD!!!



In Jackson County, you take your chances with the law . . . Here's a white lady hoping that her courthouse gamble for mercy stays winning . . .

NBC Action News: Former Jackson Co. employee Teresa York who misused taxpayer money asks for probation, cites gambling addiction

Deets:

"Teresa York, who lost her long-time position with the county in 2012 amidst the cloud of an internal investigation, is scheduled to learn her sentence on Wednesday at the federal courthouse.

In a court document filed on Tuesday , York’s public defender requested leniency, citing a gambling addiction . . .

"Last November, York admitted to misusing the taxpayer funds for her personal use. Part of the plea deal included nearly $78,000 in restitution.


In fairness, Ms. York seemed to be well liked and let's not forget all of those people who conned KCMO City Hall in a healthcare scheme didn't even get a slap on the wrist after they were found guilty.

Developing . . .

13 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe she and the Dishonorable Deborah Neal are gambling friends. 27 months in prison is not NEAR enough time.

Anonymous said...

Judge Neal was a dirty whore corrupt judge.

Anonymous said...

The question remains - why were no controls put in place by her supervisors to insure that this theft and embezzlement never happened? Who was Teresa York's supervisor?

Anonymous said...

another bureaucrat about to get a pass

Anonymous said...

If she has a gambling addiction, maybe someone should be paying close attention to Calvin Williford and Mike Sanders - both of whom love those casinos and both of whom feed at the same trough Teresa York did.

insider said...

Let's get the facts straight. Teresa York is a licensed (or was) attorney. Her graduation picture, I believe from the 80's, is hanging in the UMKC Law School Building. And Teresa knows her way around the legal system. So, this babble about a gambling addition is little more than a greedy monster. Let me guess... she's before Beth Phillips who used to work with York in the County Prosecutor's office? See how corrupt this tiny little town is. If Beth Phillips is hearing this case, she should be removed from the bench.

Anonymous said...

Let's see if the judge will do the right thing. I say the judge should deviate way upward from the guidelines based upon the extreme breach of trust and confidence in a county government.

Miss Sweetie Pie said...

Mr. Tony,
My! If the Judge hearing the case is friends with the defendant, well... Damn, she should recuse herself!
Perhaps Division 16 - Presiding Judge Marco A. Roldan could mosey on over to the court in question and see about the business of remaining ethical?

Anonymous said...

Miss Pie, isn't the presiding judge of the circuit the boss of the perpetrator? Don't you think that your proposed course of action is unseemly if that is the case?

Anonymous said...

Another black grifter.

Anonymous said...

they sure werent that zealous to convict the city councilor / revrund were they? as a matter of fact he pretty much said fuck you and i'm not cooperating so if I stick my head in the and it will go away and sure enough! fuck you was enough ...it went away

Anonymous said...

Almost everyone working for Jackson County is involved with some form of corruption. From the Jackson County Prosecutors to the Legislators and Sheriff Department. It's all about the money and power thing.

Anonymous said...

10:26 PM Uhhhh? Teresa York is white. Very white. If she were Black she'd been charged and convicted for all of the other things she was doing... like signing her name as a judge of a fictitious division.