Now that major asshole Ruby Wills was found guilty on five counts and will be heading to prison for up to seven years, with election time coming up, let’s look back at all the corrupt Jamaica elected officials who have been sent to prison. A total of FOUR from Jamaica, but I kept thinking there was another, probably wishful thinking.

  1. Former Senator Shirley Huntley – May 2013 for 1 year.

    Former corrupt Senator douche bag Shirley Huntley, one of the local leaders who only looked out for herself. Now she is Big Bertha’s bitch in prison.

  2. Former Senator Malcolm Smith – February 2015 for 7 years.

    Senator Malcolm A. Smith being carted off by FBI agents. Another douche bag Jamaica local leader.

  3. Assembly Member William Scarborough – September 2015 for 1 year and 1 month

    Scarborough being arrested in May. Now arrested again.

  4. Councilman Ruben Wills – July 2017 (found guilty). Heading to prison after sentencing in August 2017 for up to 7 years.

    Councilman Ruben Wills being arrested in November of 2014


AND of course there are MANY NY politicians who have seen the inside of a prison, ironically, mostly Democrats. Your tax dollars being squandered, while your communities turn to shit. Republicans, Democrats, no matter, the people are always getting fucked in the ass by a 15 inch dildo without lube.


From Syracuse.com:

Troubled NY politicians: A list of arrests, scandals, misdeeds and controversies

  By syracuse.com | The Post-Standard

on January 26, 2015 at 5:00 AM, updated February 09, 2015 at 3:56 PM

 In New York, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is not the first elected state official who has been accused of offenses that warrant induction into a rogues’ gallery. There have been 41 accused of misdeeds in the past 12 years. Some are awaiting trial, some have been convicted, some resigned amid controversy without criminal charges. Some were rewarded with re-election or other government jobs.


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Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver

Charged Jan. 22 with accepting bribes and kickbacks totaling nearly $4 million. The FBI charged that Silver failed to disclose on state financial disclosure reports secret payments he received for years from a small law firm that specialized in seeking reductions of New York City real estate taxes. He is free on $200,000 bail and remains in office. Silver was first elected to the Assembly in 1976, and became speaker in 1994.


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Former Assemblyman Dennis Gabrysczak

Resigned from the Assembly in January 2014 shortly after being accused of sexual harassment by seven former legislative staffers. Lawsuits are pending against Gabrysczak, who was first elected to the Assembly in 2006.

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Former Assemblyman William Boyland

Convicted in March 2014 of 21 federal charges, including bribery, mail fraud and extortion. He solicited bribes from undercover agents who asked his help on development deals and pocketed $70,000 in unearned Assembly per diem payments. He is awaiting sentencing, facing up to 30 years in prison. He previously was tried and acquitted of federal corruption charges in 2011.

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Assemblyman William Scarborough

Re-elected, unopposed, in 2014 despite being charged that year with felony counts of using $40,000 in campaign funds for personal expenses and filing false claims for $40,000 in travel reimbursements. He has pleaded not guilty.

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Sen. Thomas Libous

Re-elected in 2014 despite being indicted months earlier with lying to the FBI. He is accused of repeatedly lying to FBI agents in June 2010, when he was interviewed as part of a probe into whether he used his influence to get his son a job with a prominent Westchester County law firm. The charge is pending.

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Former Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno

Acquitted in 2014 by a second jury of the charges of honest services fraud. He had been convicted of fraud in 2009. He was accused of using his influence to make money in his sideline consulting business, depriving taxpayers of his honest services. After he appealed, the conviction was overturned in 2011.


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Former Assemblyman Eric Stevenson

Sentenced to three years in prison in 2014 after being convicted of bribery and other public corruption charges. He was charged in 2013 with accepting $22,000 in bribes from businessmen who built an adult day care center in return for legislation to impose a moratorium on the opening of competing centers. His seat became vacant automatically when he was convicted.

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Former Assemblywoman Gabriela Rosa

Sentenced in 2014 to one year in prison after pleading guilty to lying to immigration authorities on her marital relationship in 2005 and for making false statements in a bankruptcy petition in 2009. She paid $8000 for a sham marriage to gain citizenship. She resigned from the Assembly when she pleaded guilty in June 2014.

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Former Sen. Shirley Huntley

Sentenced in 2013 to one year in prison after she pleaded guilty to embezzling $87,000 in public funds and attempting to cover it up. A senator from 2007 through 2012, she was released in 2014. She secretly recorded other politicians in a bid for leniency. Huntley lost a primary election after she was arrested.

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Former Sen. Malcolm Smith

Former Sen. Malcolm Smith, D-Queens, the former Senate majority leader, was found guilty Feb. 5, 2014 of scheming to bribe his way onto the ballot in the 2013 New York City mayoral election. A federal jury found Smith guilty on all four charges: bribery conspiracy, wire fraud, use of interstate facilities to commit bribery and extortion. Smith lost his re-election bid in 2014 after being charged in 2013 with the felony charges.

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Former Sen. Pedro Espada Jr.

Sentenced in 2013 to five years in prison for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from a health care network he ran. Espada was found guilty of four counts of theft from a group of nonprofit clinics to pay for fine meals, parties, luxury cars and spa treatments for his family. Espada was sentenced to pay $368,000 to the government, pay the same amount to victims and pay more than $100,000 to the IRS.

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Assemblyman Steve Katz
R-Mohegan Lake

Charged in 2013 with unlawful possession of marijuana after he was stopped for speeding. The charge was dismissed after Katz performed community service. Katz had voted against bills that would legalize marijuana for medical uses prior to his arrest. Katz was first elected assemblyman in 2010. He was re-elected in 2014.

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Former Assemblyman Nelson Castro

Resigned in April 2013 as part of an agreement by prosecutors not to prosecute him on several felonies. Castro, first elected in 2008, was allowed to escape prosecution because he wore a wire for federal authorities for two years and recorded incriminating conversations with other lawmakers.

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Former Assemblyman Vito Lopez

Resigned from the Assembly in 2013 after eight female staffers accused him of sexually harassing them. He was fined $330,000 by a state ethics board. Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver had approved confidential settlements with some of the women. The Assembly was preparing to start the process of expelling Lopez, who was first elected in 1984, when he resigned.

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Sen. John Sampson

Easily won re-election in 2014 despite being charged in 2013 with embezzling $440,000 and with obstructing justice in a scheme to control money from the foreclosure of four Brooklyn properties. Two embezzling charges were dismissed, but he still faces trial on eight counts, including making false statements, concealing records, obstructing justice and witness tampering.

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Assemblyman Robert Rodriguez

Charged in 2013 with driving while intoxicated near Albany. The disposition of the charge is unknown. Rodriguez was first elected to the Assembly in 2010. He easily won re-election in 2014.

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Former Assemblyman Micah Kellner

Sanctioned in 2013 by the Assembly, stripped of a committee chair and barred from having interns, after an ethics investigation found he had sexually harassed staff members. He did not seek re-election.


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Former Sen. Nicholas Spano

Sentenced in 2012 to one year in prison after he pleaded guilty that year to a felony of obstructing the IRS by filing fraudulent tax returns. He failed to pay $45,000 in taxes on income he received from an insurance company that won state contracts. Spano lost his re-election bid in 2006.

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Former Assemblywoman Naomi Rivera

Lost her re-election bid in 2012 while under investigation for allegations that she provided boyfriends with no-show public jobs. No charges were filed. Rivera was first elected to the Assembly in 2004. Her father is an Assembly member.


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Former Sen. Carl Kruger

Sentenced in 2012 to seven years in prison after he was convicted of accepting nearly a half-million dollars in bribes from business owners with business before the state. He was indicted in 2011. He resigned from the Senate right before he pleaded guilty to mail fraud, wire fraud, and bribery in 2011.

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Former state Comptroller Alan G. Hevesi

A Democrat from New York City, was sentenced in 2011 to one to four years in prison for his leading role in an influence-peddling scandal at the state’s massive pension fund. Hevesi pleaded guilty to official misconduct, a felony, in 2010, admitting he had approved a $250 million pension investment in exchange for nearly $1 million in benefits from a California businessman. Hevesi, first elected comptroller in 2002, was re-elected in 2006, but a month later he was forced to resign when he pleaded guilty to a felony of defrauding the government, admitting he assigned state employees to care for his ailing wife. Hevesi was sentenced in 2007 to a $5,000 fine and permanently banned from holding elective office again for that offense. He was released on parole from prison in 2014.

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Sen. Vincent Leibell
R-Yorktown Heights

Sentenced in 2011 to 21 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice and tax evasion. The scheme involved shaking down lawyers and then conspiring to cover up the crime. After he was arrested in 2010, Leibell resigned from the Senate and was elected Putnam County executive, but never took that office. He served 28 years in the Assembly and Senate.


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Former Gov. David Paterson

A Democrat from New York City, was fined $62,125 in 2010 by a state ethics commission for soliciting and accepting free Yankees tickets, and then lying under oath to cover up his actions. He was fined 11 days before his term ended. A state senator before he was elected lieutenant governor, Paterson became governor in 2008 when Eliot Spitzer resigned in a prostitution scandal.

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Former Sen. Hiram Monserrate

Expelled from the Senate in February 2010 due to misdemeanor assault conviction in 2009 involving his girlfriend. Monserrate was sentenced to three years probation and community service. He had been charged with three felonies and three misdemeanors following a 2008 injury to his girlfriend.

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Sen. Kevin Parker

Re-elected twice since he was sentenced, in 2010, to three years on probation and fined $1,672 for criminal mischief. That stemmed from a 2009 altercation with a photographer for the New York Post. In 2005, Parker was charged with misdemeanor assault after he was accused of punching a traffic agent in the face. The charges were dropped after he agreed to take anger management classes.


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Former Sen. Efrain Gonzalez Jr.

Sentenced in 2009 to seven years in prison and ordered to forfeit more than $700,000 after being convicted of mail fraud and conspiracy. He was indicted in 2006 on charges that he had routed state grants known as “member items” to nonprofit groups and then used some of the money for personal expenses. He pleaded guilty to using the money to pay for personal expenses, including credit card bills, rent and Yankees tickets. Gonzalez lost his bid for re-election in 2008.

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Former Assemblyman Brian McLaughlin

Sentenced in 2009 to 10 years in prison for racketeering involving embezzlement of more than $2 million from the state Assembly, his campaign funds and from the nation’s largest municipal labor council, which he served as president. He was arrested in 2006 and announced he would not run for re-election that year. He pleaded guilty in 2008.


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Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer

A Democrat from New York City, resigned in 2008 days after it emerged that he had been caught on a federal wiretap discussing plans to meet a prostitute in Washington. Spitzer was known as Client-9 by Emporers Club VIP, the business that supplied prostitutes. Investigators believe Spitzer paid up to $80,000 for prostitutes while he was attorney general and governor. Spitzer was elected governor in 2006.

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Former Assemblyman Adam Clayton Powell IV

Found guilty of driving while his ability was impaired by alcohol in 2010. He was arrested on a DWI charge in 2008. He served in the Assembly from 2001-2010 and lost a Democratic primary for Congress in 2010.

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Former Assemblyman Anthony Seminerio

Died in prison in 2011. He was arrested in 2008 on influence peddling charges. He won re-election that year, but in 2009, he resigned from the Assembly, where he’d served for 31 years, and pleaded guilty to fraud. He was accused of accepting $1 million in payments to promote the interests of businesses, including Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, in their dealings with state government.

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Former Assemblywoman Diane Gordon

Sentenced in 2008 to two to six years in prison after being convicted of receiving a bribe for offering to help a developer buy city-owned land in her district if he would build her a free $500,000 house. She was paroled from prison in 2010. Her seat automatically was vacated due to the felony conviction.

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Former Assemblyman Sam Hoyt

Prohibited in 2008 from participating in the Assembly’s internship program after the chamber’s ethics committee found he had an “inappropriate personal relationship” with a 23-year-old intern. He resigned from the Assembly in 2011 when Gov. Andrew Cuomo appointed him as a regional president at Empire State Development Corp.

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Assemblyman Karim Camara

Convicted in 2008 of driving while ability impaired. He had been arrested on a driving while intoxicated charge in Albany. He was first elected to the Assembly in 2005. An ordained minister, Camara was easily re-elected in 2014, facing only opposition from a third-party candidate.


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Former Assemblyman Clarence Norman Jr.

Sentenced to 3 to 9 years in prison in 2007 for falsifying business records and grand larceny and paroled from prison in 2011. He was accused of shaking down a judicial candidate and accepting illegal campaign contributions during re-election campaigns. First elected in 1984, he resigned from the Assembly in 2005.

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Former Sen. John Sabini

Fined after he pleaded guilty in 2008 to driving while ability impaired. Sabini was arrested in 2007 on a driving while intoxicated charge. Months after he was convicted, facing a tough primary challenge, Sabini was hired by Gov. David Paterson to be chairman of the New York State Racing and Wagering Board.

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Former Assemblyman Mike Cole

Censured by the Assembly in 2007 after he slept at the home of a young female intern following a night of drinking. Cole had served as the ranking member of the Assembly’s Ethics and Guidance Committee. He lost a primary election in the following year. Cole was first elected to the Assembly in 2006.


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Former Sen. Ada Smith

Fined $250 after she was convicted in 2006 of harassment. She was found guilty of throwing coffee in the face of a staff member who made a comment about her weight. She lost a primary election later that year. Prior to that, she had had other run-ins with police, including an incident in which she was accused of biting a New York City police officer.

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Former Assemblyman Ryan Karben

Resigned in 2006 from the Assembly amid charges of improper fraternization with interns. He was accused of watching pornography with three interns. No charges were filed against Karben. Karben subsequently served as a fundraiser for Eliot Spitzer’s campaign for governor.


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Former Assemblyman Roger Green

Pleaded guilty in 2004 to two counts of petty larceny and one count of filing a false instrument (Assembly travel expenses). He resigned after he was sentenced to probation for three years, fined $2,000, and required to pay back $3,000 to New York. But he was re-elected to the Assembly later that year. In 2006 he left the Assembly to unsuccessfully run for Congress.

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Former Sen. Guy Velella

Sentenced to one year in jail in 2004 after he was accused of accepting $137,000 in bribes for steering public-works contracts. In exchange for the plea, prosecutors dropped charges against Velella’s 90-year-old father. Velella died in 2011.


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Former Assemblywoman Gloria Davis

Pleaded guilty in 2003 to accepting a bribe to steer a $1 million construction project in her district to a contractor. She was sentenced to three months in jail and to pay $20,000. She resigned after pleading guilty.


Councilman Ruben Wills: number 1 asshole in Jamaica politics and that is hard to do with all the competition here.

As Kool and The Gang sang:



FUCK YEAH. Cry baby asshole Ruby Wills is going to fucking jail and it could not have happened to a bigger asshole. Wills who can get up to 7 years in prison is automatically expelled from City Council. Hell, when City Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito says:

“Ruben Wills betrayed the trust of all New Yorkers when he abused his position in the State Senate to steal thousands of dollars from the hardworking taxpayers of New York for his own selfish gain.”


So long asshole, you probably made my blog more than any other asshole Jamaica elected official. THANKS for the ghetto memories!

So know that brings the count up to FOUR of the number of asshole crooked Jamaica Queens elected officials sent off to jail in the last few years.

AND speaking of the other assholes, are we now going to hear from the local elected officials like Comrie and Meeks on this douchebag’s sentence. AND how about the asshole Queens Democratic Party which was backing him even when he was on trial.



From The Daily News:


Queens Councilman Ruben Wills found guilty of stealing over $30G in taxpayer money

The jury found Ruben Wills guilty of one count of a scheme to defraud, two counts of grand larceny and two counts of filing a false instrument.

(Go Nakamura/New York Daily News)

Queens Councilman Ruben Wills was convicted Thursday of five counts against him in a corruption trial, which included charges of stealing more than $30,000 in taxpayer money.Wills, who was accused of using the money to buy food, clothes, gas and a $750 Louis Vuitton handbag, buried his head in his hands as the jury read its verdict at the end of an 11-day trial in Queens Criminal Court.The jury found Wills guilty of one count of a scheme to defraud, two counts of grand larceny and two counts of filing a false instrument. The jury acquitted Wills on a single charge of filing false business records.

The conviction automatically expels Wills from the council.

His bio has already been removed from the council website.

“Ruben Wills’ crimes were a shameful violation of the public trust,” said Attorney General Schneiderman. “Ruben Wills stole taxpayer dollars to buy fancy purses and clothes for himself and his friends. New Yorkers deserved better.”

Prosecutors said Wills used public matching funds from his 2009 council campaign to pay $11,500 to fund a shell company created to translate and distribute campaign literature that was never given out.

Councilman Ruben Wills being arrested in November of 2014

Prosecutors said Wills used public matching funds from his 2009 council campaign to pay $11,500 to fund a shell company created to translate and distribute campaign literature that was never given out.

(Christie M Farriella/for New York Daily News)

The money was instead redirected to a nonprofit corporation that Wills controlled and used to make personal purchases including the handbag, which he bought at Macy’s. Wills, a former state Senate staffer, also used money to shop at Nordstrom and Home Depot, officials said.

“Ruben Wills betrayed the trust of all New Yorkers when he abused his position in the State Senate to steal thousands of dollars from the hardworking taxpayers of New York for his own selfish gain,” said Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito.

“Serving in elected office requires honesty and integrity and today’s conviction makes clear that Ruben Wills is unfit to be a member of the City Council,”

During the trial, the black councilman and his attorney said questions from the prosecutor about a possible romance between the married Wills and his chief of staff were racially charged and out of bounds.

“It was just to muddy up Ruben to the jurors,” Kevin O’Donnell told the Daily News before the verdict. “They wouldn’t have done this with a white politician.”

The councilman, who was elected in 2010 and indicted four years later, faces up to seven years in prison.



Little Ruby

OH RUBY, always the big baby ghetto asshole. Playing the fucking race card again:

The defendant and his attorney Kevin O’Donnell angrily charged Wednesday that questions to Wills’ chief of staff about a possible romance with her married boss were racially-charged and out of bounds. “It was just to muddy up Ruben to the jurors,” O’Donnell told the Daily News. “They wouldn’t have done this with a white politician.”

OUT OF BOUNDS. Give me a fucking break, this Jamaica political gangster has been out of bounds since his first day in office and even way before with his violent outbursts, his petty larceny, criminal trespassing,  breaking & entering, operating an unlicensed home improvement business, behind on child support and not serving the constituents or the community he supposedly serves.

So let’s look at













From The Daily News:

Councilman Ruben Wills says prosecutors should apologize for inappropriate trial questions

Wills was apparently not pleased when the prosecutors asked his chief of staff if she was romantically linked to him during her testimony.

(Go Nakamura/New York Daily News)

City Council member Ruben Wills, while waiting for a verdict, wants an apology from prosecutors.

The defendant and his attorney Kevin O’Donnell angrily charged Wednesday that questions to Wills’ chief of staff about a possible romance with her married boss were racially-charged and out of bounds.

“It was just to muddy up Ruben to the jurors,” O’Donnell told the Daily News. “They wouldn’t have done this with a white politician.”

The jury in Wills’ corruption case began deliberating around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday.

Councilman Ruben Wills has big backers despite corruption charges

Leslie Ann Patterson testified for the defense Tuesday, and prosecutors asked during cross-examination if she and Wills were romantically linked.

Some in the Queens courtroom gasped, and Wills told the News that the question was totally inappropriate.

Douche Bag elected officials on trail for corruption, stealing and falsifying documents, yet still is running for election and backed by the douche bag Queens Democratic Party and it’s leaders.

Councilman Ruben Wills is facing corruption charges.

(Go Nakamura/New York Daily News)

“We want the attorney general’s office to issue an apology for insinuating that my chief of staff and I — we are both married — had a romantic relationship,” said Wills.

The AG’s office declined comment on the remarks by Wills and his lawyer.

Ruben Wills was just careless — not stealing grant money: Defense

Wills, currently running for re-election, was indicted by the attorney general’s office in 2014 for pocketing $19,000 in state grant money earmarked for a non-profit and another $11,000 in matching funds from his first City Council campaign.

A jury of five women and seven men will determine if Wills is guilty of scheming to defraud the government, grand larceny and falsifying business documents.

If convicted, he faces up to seven years in prison for the top charge.



From Pamela Hazel:

Well after more than a month of having to bear the sight of mosquito, infested Zika cesspool; relief is finally here. Maybe because Katz and her cronies are prancing around her “World’s  Borough,” Queens as she calls it.
Parsons & Archer, taken today ( 7/19/17)

Thieving Councilman Wills is fuming, also is the garbage in his jurisdiction. Part of the money for his non-profit initiative was earmarked to clean-up his jurisdiction.
Guy R. Brewer Boulevard & 108th. Avenue. Photo was taken two weeks ago.

The last time I saw Wills was at a community affairs meeting. He was cursing me while unbuttoning his jacket and yelling at me; saying that me and my comrade are fuxxking bothering them. A police officer had to intervene.

Councilman Ruben Wills being arrested in November of 2014

Sidewalk/bushwalk still harbouring rats and other human menace. The filthy mattress and the garbage are still over the fence.
Photo was taken about two weeks ago

The dangling wires are still dangling and dragging on the ground. As soon as a child gets hurt; the problem will be fixed with expedience.
Corner of Merrick Boulevard & 108 th. Avenue. Photo was taken more than two months ago.

Neighbours are still living in fear of raccoon dwelling. The raccoons are still tormenting neighbours.
167-05  144 Avenue,

Borough president Katz, can you please contact the appropriate agencies and resolve this ills?

P. Hazel: Social Media Journalist for Justice.


MORE SHIT ON WILLS for those who don’t know and for you young folks that may have no idea about this crooked, asshole, dead beat dad and criminal who has wasted all of our tax dollars.


Just what one looks for in a public servant. I mean let’s face it, this is total ghetto hood rat behavior.

Detectives from the New York State attorney’s office escort City Council member Ruben Wills of Queens in handcuffs to be arraigned in Queens Criminal Court after being arrested on charges of misusing public funds on Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Photo Credit: Charles Eckert


From The Daily News:

Queens city councilman Ruben Wills acknowledges outstanding arrest warrants

Last fall, Ruben Willsbeat out a crowded field to win the office held by the late Thomas White.

(Farriella for News)

City councilman Ruben Wills boasts an impressive do-gooder resume: founding a basketball league for neighborhood youth, running a nonprofit group to help single mothers.

What he doesn’t mention is that he has two outstanding arrest warrants for pending criminal cases, a Daily News investigation has found.

Or that he’s a deadbeat dad who faces a civil warrant for nonpayment of child support. State tax officials said as of Feb.7, he owed $27,493.

Saturday, Wills admitted he was aware of the two outstanding criminal bench warrants on cases in Manhattan and Long Island that date back several years, and apologized for not addressing them before being elected to serve his district.

“There is no excuse,” he wrote in an email response to the News. “While these events are more than 10 years old, I take full responsibility and I have taken steps to remedy the situation.”

Last fall, Wills, 39, beat out a crowded field to win the office held by the late Thomas White, which represents a large working-class swath of Jamaica, Queens.

On his Council website biography, he says he became an “entrepreneur” at 21, starting “a home contracting business which became a center of opportunity for young adults, the formerly incarcerated, and other at-risk residents of the community to acquire the job skills necessary to escape the vicious cycle of poverty and prison.”

Wills’ home contracting work appears to be where he ran into trouble with the law, a review of court and other records found.

In 1996, the Manhattan district attorney’s office arrested Wills on charges of petty larceny, criminal trespass third-degree and criminal mischief fourth degree – all misdemeanors.

While working at a West Broadway store in Chinatown, it appears he got into a money dispute with the owner. He is charged with breaking into the store, damaging a wall and removing a fan and track lighting, records show.

The incident occurred in August and the business reported it as a crime in September. He was arrested Sept. 19, 1996, and made a court appearance, law enforcement officials say.

After several adjournments, Wills stopped showing up. A bench warrant was issued and Wills appeared, apologizing to the court, officials say.

It appears a settlement was reached, and Wills was supposed to pay the company restitution – but he did not. As a result, another bench warrant was issued in September 1998.

Queens detectives knocked on his door around that time at what was then his apartment in St. Albans, but got no response. After that, there was no further contact and as of Friday officials said the warrant was pending.

A second incident resulted in more charges in March 2000, when Nassau County officials cited Wills for operating an unlicensed home improvement business.

A homeowner hired Wills’ company, R&W Painting, to install and paint steel doors. She contends R&W left her home a mess and didn’t pay an electrician subcontractor, who then tried to slap a lien on her house.

More than a year after the county cited Wills, he was arrested on a misdemeanor charge on April 1, 2002. He failed to appear at subsequent court hearings and a bench warrant was issued.

Last week, the Nassau County district attorney’s office said the warrant was active.

In both cases, law enforcement officials said, Wills could turn himself in and resolve his pending charges. They also point out none of the charges is a felony.

It’s also remarkable that the existence of the arrest warrants has never been discovered before, given that Wills used to work for the state Senate and was the subject of a recent glowing profile in The New York Times.

Yesterday, Wills declined to discuss details of the arrests, instead issuing a statement through his campaign spokeswoman, Lupe Todd.

“These misdemeanor cases stem from business disputes years ago and I am regretful that I did not properly address them when they occurred. This was truly an oversight as it was my belief that these matters had been finalized. Nevertheless this was poor judgment on my part in failing to follow up on the full disposition of these matters.”

Regarding the child support he owes, Todd said the civil warrant regarding the $27,000 refers to back payments Wills is contesting in court. She said Wills has been making regular payments starting with the date paternity was established.

Wills “pays the monthly requirement of approximately $346 plus an additional $350 which goes against the arrears which are currently in litigation,” she said.



Yes, let’s keep digging the dirt on my favorite ghetto dirt-bag, crooked asshole Councilman Ruben Wills. Even when he was a candidate, he was already training for his asshole certification and a violent one at that too.

Ironic that Wills, who in the past has kicked off candidates from the ballot when he was running for councilman, had the same shit happen to him when he went up against Gregory Meeks for Congress and Meeks kicked him off the ballot (that is a very ghetto SE Queens tactic).

So with the election coming up and asshole Wills, who is on trial for corruption, is amazingly still staying in the race, but I think this ghetto political gangsta is finished. Time to collect the regular welfare checks Ruby, instead of the political welfare checks. Or you can always be a slumlord, since you own some property in Jamaica, that would suit you well.

Hell the article below is like a version of “House Ghetto Thugs of SE Queens” staring everyone’s favorite asshole, Ruby Wills. WHAT A FUCKING DIRT-BAG.

Cry-Baby Wills


From The Daily News:

Queens City Council candidate Ruben Wills throws punch at rival in Board of Elections office

Frank Perero (l.) and State Senator Allan Jennings outside of the Board of Elections where they were attacked by Ruben Wills earlier in the day.

(Bates for News)

A Queens City Council candidate took the brawl for City Hall literally on Friday, throwing a punch at a rival in a wild argument over election rules, witnesses said.

The brouhaha broke out at the borough’s Board of Elections office, witnesses said.

Ruben Wills – who’s running for the 28th Council District seat – took a swing at former City Councilman Allan Jennings, but missed and socked an aide, Jennings said.

Wills, 38, is challenging Jennings’ petitions to get on the ballot for the upcoming Democratic primary in September.

“He leaped up and came after me,” said Jennings, 42, who held the seat from 2001 to 2005. “He wanted a signature off, and I disagreed.”

Jennings campaign worker Frank Perero said he was sitting in front of a computer when Wills’ fist hit him and knocked him to the ground.

“All of a sudden, Mr. Wills pops with an angry look on his face, and I find myself on the floor,” said Perero. “My back is killing me.”

Wills, who told the Daily News he is withdrawing his petition challenge, accused Perero of “buffoonery to act like he was assaulted.”

He also accused Jennings of “using the F-word used for homosexuals. He used it 10 or 11 times. He kept going with it.”

Wills and Jennings are running against incumbent Thomas White for the seat that represents Richmond Hill, South Ozone Park, Jamaica and Rochdale Village.

A Board of Elections employee restrained Wills, who then left the building. Cops found him in a nearby store, Jennings said. He was not arrested.

“I can confirm that an incident happened,” said Board of Elections spokeswoman Valerie Vasquez-Rivera. “A police report was filed.”

Wills – who used to work for state Sen. Shirley Huntley – tried to run for Congress against Rep. Gregory Meeks in 2008, but was kicked off the ballot.

He vowed at the time to march on Washington if he was not allowed back in the race.

Wills also had a number of judgments and liens against him for not paying child support, taxes or his student loans, public records show.

Jennings is no stranger to controversy either.

The erratic former councilman made national news when he threw a metal object at a reporter on live TV.

Jennings also placed ads in Chinese language newspapers proclaiming his love for a folk dancer he was dating and his dislike for his wife.

He was accused of threatening a fellow Council member with biblical verses and used Council envelopes to promote his real estate business.

He was also censured in December 2005 for making sexual advances toward two female staffers and forcing them to remain quiet.

The women, who sued in federal court, received a $300,000 settlement from the city.

In 2005, Albert Baldeo, a candidate for the same Council seat was accused of aiming a gun at rival Robert Mahadeo and demanding that he drop out of the race. The charges were later dropped.

“We should be getting away from this type of politics,” said Lynn Nunes, who is also running for the seat. “People need to be focusing on issues in the community.”



Google search asshole Ruben Wills (and you will find a photo of both an anus and penis), and the first thing that pops up is Councilman Ruben Will’s virtual office:

As they said over on Queens Crap:

Hacked? Or just run by a hack?


AND by the way, one of the witnesses for this asshole is Larry “DJ” Love from Jamaica, who claims to be a community activist and who I have met a couple of times. WHAT THE FUCK are you sticking up for this fucking clown, I mean what is wrong with you.

Ruben Wills, ” I am not a politician, I just play one on the TV Show:

“Watcha Talkin’ Bout Wills”.



From New York Post:

Councilman throws tantrum during corruption trial

Queens Councilman Ruben Wills flew into a rage in court Monday — slamming his fists on the table and yelling at the top of his lungs — as a judge all but threw out his defense in his ongoing corruption trial.

The pol grew infuriated when Queens Supreme Court Judge Ira Margulis barred his lawyer from calling five witnesses, saying they were irrelevant to the case.

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Witnesses Larry Love (left) and Larry DavidsonEllis Kaplan (2)

“I’m not going to allow these witnesses,” Margulis said before he was interrupted by Wills, who bellowed, “How can do you do that?!” while banging his hands on the defense table.

The two then continued bickering out of the presence of the jury, which has been hearing evidence since the beginning of this month that Wills allegedly misspent $30,000 in taxpayer funds by blowing it on personal expenses.

“You cannot speak. You have an attorney to speak for you,” Margulis told the fuming Democrat.

Wills retorted, “But you are preventing my attorney from making a case!”

Margulis then issued a stern warning, “One more outburst and I will hold you in contempt!”

Defense lawyer Kevin O’Donnell sought to call to the stand several witnesses, some of whom were expected to testify that Wills paid them to work certain events. Wills himself is not expected to testify.

“You are pulling the rug right out from under us!” O’Donnell complained to the judge. “I want to make it clear, this is not personal, Judge, but you are pulling the rug right out from under us.”

Wills was admonished a second time for slamming a giant stack of papers on the table and muttering loudly after Margulis refused to postpone the trial so that defense could call witnesses who were unavailable Monday.

The judge eventually allowed one witness — Kim Newsom — to testify Monday afternoon but told O’Donnell, “You’re asking to produce witnesses to testify as to what is in your client’s mind. How can they do that?”

Outside the courtroom, O’Donnell said Newsom is expected to refute testimony given last week from a witness who claimed he didn’t serve as director of Wills’ nonprofit New York 4-Life.

“This is like death by 1,000 cuts, and maybe his testimony will bring us back to 999,” O’Donnell said.