The recent attention given to lawyer Eric Conn and his cronies regarding their fraudulent activities involving Supplemental Security Income should not detract from the needed attention on those Social Security managers whom whistleblower Sarah Carver said “had knowledge of it for years.”
It also appears that U.S. Department of Justice investigators have been derelict in their duties for those years.
So, while you might rant on about Conn and his cronies, please keep a supply of ink handy to tell us about those managers and investigators who have apparently not been held accountable thus far. I suggest that the federal grand jury not be dismissed too early.
Ronald B. Blackburn