Friday, November 16, 2012

Paroled former Comptroller Alan Hevesi coming home to Queens with $166,000 in pensions - NYPOST.com

    One thing good about pensions is you can't touch them, so that when you get out of jail for improperly running the pension system, you can keeping collecting the $166K a year stipend you got while in prison.
    Former NYS Comptroller Alan Hevesi is being released at age 72 after doing time for selling influence over how state pension funds were invested, but he will at least be able to lead a decent life back home in Queens.

     Remember, OJ Simpson got in a lick of trouble a few years back, but those trying to sue him couldn't touch his NFL pension.
      Paroled former Comptroller Alan Hevesi coming home to Queens with $166,000 in pensions - NYPOST.com

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I learned reading your blog, that Cuomo passed an ethics reform law that causes felons to lose pensions. It was not retroactive but I think Hevesi was an inspiration for the law.

The OJ thin,g I believe, was a state of Kaliphornia law. People contemplating double homicides in other states may not have their pensions fair as well as OJ did.

Anonymous said...

I shook his hand once, I hope it he's not contagious.

Anonymous said...

This creep deserves to rot behind bars till he dies , whomever let him out is a disgrace and should be fired . This nonsense has to stop Hevesy is criminal ,plain and simple and deserves nothing but ignominy .

Anonymous said...

Only if it wasnt his hand you had in your hand... Your naughty

Anonymous said...

Interesting first poster, If a Municipal worker gets a 2nd DWI in 10 years he's a felon, He then loses his pension? Seems unfair to me.

Anonymous said...

8:18 I did not mean to say that all felons lose their pensions. After 2011, in New york, public officials convicted of a felony related to their official duties face the loss or reduction of their state pensions.