The rare time I will side with ghetto hood rats, since I despise anything ghetto and the behavior that goes with it. BUT way above my list of ghetto hood rats are people in power and higher up on the food chain, like this piece of shit, Yolanda Vitulli, who ran the Jamaica non-profit, Tender Care Human Services, and then stole $100,000 dollars to spend on her ghetto fabulous lifestyle. This prick gets a measly 3 months in prison, only three. Now if some young Jamaica “hood rat” was caught with some 420 on them or stealing milk or whatever from the local dirty deli, they would have the book thrown at them and put them away for who knows how long.
The inequality of our justice system that lets people like, like former Senator Shirley Huntley, former Assembly Member William Scarborough, crook Ruben Wills (who continues to hold onto his city job that we the tax payers paid for), and this douchebag slide by, while some young clown gets the book thrown at them for a minor infraction is FUCKED UP. This person does more damage to society that someone with a joint on them ever could.
From Queens Courier:
Former leader of Jamaica nonprofit who embezzled $100K sentenced to three months in jail
The former executive director of a Jamaica nonprofit organization who admitted to embezzling approximately $100,000 in federal and state funds to finance a lavish lifestyle of hiring maids and nannies, and posh upgrades to her home has been sentenced to jail time, prosecutors announced.
New York State Inspector General Catherine Leahy Scott announced on Wednesday, Feb. 22, that Yolanda Vitulli, 53, formerly of Merrick, and now a resident of Mohnton, PA, will have to serve three months in jail for stealing the funds. Additionally, Vitulli will have to pay $88,659 restitution and serve up to as much as 300 hours of community service over three years of supervised release.
Vitulli ran the Tender Care Human Services — which provides services to autistic individuals and people with developmental disabilities — for 15 years. Through an investigation by Scott and her partners, it was discovered that Vitulli stole the $100,000 from the organization between 2009 and May 2014 to pay for housekeepers who would clean her home, do her laundry, and provide childcare services.
Additionally, between January 2012 and November 2013, Vitulli used the taxpayer money to purchase and install a Bahama Spas hot tub, as well as the installation of a new dishwasher, a security camera system, fencing at her property and bedroom furniture.