CRIMES AND VIOLATIONS COMMITTED BY DASNY OFFICIALS.

The following are crimes and violations that the Vanderbilt Group and the Stubbolos have been informing state agencies and prosecuters of for the last several years. The officials listed are the individuals involved that abused their power and authority given to them by New York State.

To date all the allegations made below have been proven in court and most of the individuals named have provided testimony to confirm.

A civil trial has been set for September 2009, however, these same individuals are using TAXPAYER money to finance their defense, even though it has been known for almost a year that based on the evidence, they have no defense.

The Vanderbilt Group has foiled for copies of the lawyer's paid invoices todate (which is believed to be in the millions) but has not recieved any information.

The New York State Dormitory CONSISTANTLY goes OVERBUDGET on all their projects primarily due to mismanagement, ethics violations and the violation of criminal law.

These overruns are passed on to the owners, namely the STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK (SUNY) system.

DO WE NEED TO WONDER WHY OUR CHILDREN HAVE TO PAY HIGHER TUITION THAN ALMOST ANY OTHER STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM?

CHARGES OF CRIMINAL AND OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT

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THE VANDERBILT GROUP, LLC, FRANK STUBBOLO

and KENNETH STUBBOLO,

                                                                                                                                               

                                -against-

 

DEFENDANTS

 

THOMAS MURPHY, DOUGLAS VANVLECK, DALJEET SANDHU, CLAUDIA HUTTON, JAMES GRAY, TIMOTHY MCGRATH, ANDY SPIES, FRANCISCO MUNIZ, LOUIS CIRELLI, THOMAS MICHON, ROBERT FRASER, MOUVE TOUHER, HJ CAMPBELL, ANGELLO FRANCIS CORVA ARCHITECTS LLC, ANGELO CORVA, NORBERT NARDONE,

                      

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                The Vanderbilt Group, LLC, Frank Stubbolo and Kenneth Stubbolo, as and for their Verified Complaint, respectfully charges the above-named Defendants, THOMAS MURPHY, DOUGLAS VANVLECK, DALJEET SANDHU, CLAUDIA HUTTON, JAMES GRAY, TIMOTHY MCGRATH, ANDY SPIES, FRANCISCO MUNIZ, LOUIS CIRELLI, THOMAS MICHON, ROBERT FRASER, MOUVE TOUHER, HJ CAMPBELL, ANGELLO FRANCIS CORVA ARCHITECTS LLC, ANGELO CORVA, NORBERT NARDONE, making the following accusations:                                                                                              

 

FIRST COUNT

 

The crime of MAKING AN APPARENT SWORN FALSE STATEMENT IN THE FIRST DEGREE, in violation of Penal Law 210.40, committed as follows:

 

The Defendants, in the County of New York and elsewhere, from in or about July 2000 to in or about October 2002, provide written information within the letter to terminate and various other correspondences, which contained false statements in which an oath is required by law. These false statements were material to actions which resulted and were made with the intent to mislead public servants and the news media, in the performance of their official functions.  

 

SECOND COUNT

 

The crime of PURJURY IN THE FIRST DEGREE, in violation of Penal Law 210.15, committed as follows:

 

The Defendants, in the County of New York and elsewhere, from in or about December 2000 to in or about October 2002, provided false statements and testimony which was material to proceeding with the allegations made against The Vanderbilt Group, Frank and Kenneth Stubbolo.

 

THIRD COUNT

 

The crime of GRAND LARCENY IN THE FIRST DEGREE, in violation of the Penal Law 155.42, committed as follows:

 

The Defendants, in the County of New York and elsewhere, from in or about January 1999 to in or about December 2000, stole property-having value in excess of $1, 000,000 from The Vanderbilt Group, Frank Stubbolo, Kenneth Stubbolo and Travelers Surety Co.

 

FOURTH COUNT

 

The crime of OFFERING A FALSE INSTRUMENT FOR FILING IN THE FIRST DEGREE, IN VIOLATION OF Penal Law 175.35, committed as follows:

 

The Defendants, in the County of New York and elsewhere, from in or about July 2000 to in or about February 2002, knowing that a written instrument to wit, the letter of intent to terminate dated December 5, 2000, contained false statements and false information. With the intent to defraud The Vanderbilt Group, Frank and Kenneth Stubbolo and Travelers Surety Co., offered and presented it to a public office, public servant, public authority and public benefit corporation with the knowledge and the belief that it would be filed, registered and recorded in and otherwise become a part of the public records of such public office, public servant, public authority and public benefit corporation.

 

FIFTH COUNT

 

The crime of TAMPERING WITH PUBLIC RECORDS IN THE FIRST DEGREE, IN VIOLATION OF Penal Law 175.25, committed as follows:

 

The Defendants, in the County of New York and elsewhere, from in or about July 2000 to in or about February 2002, knowing that a written instrument to wit, changing the trade payment breakdown from what was incorporated into the Contract Documents,  contained false statements and false information. With the intent to defraud The Vanderbilt Group, Frank and Kenneth Stubbolo and Travelers Surety Co., offered and presented it to a public office, public servant, public authority and public benefit corporation with the knowledge and the belief that it would be filed, registered and recorded in and otherwise become a part of the public records of such public office, public servant, public authority and public benefit corporation.

 

SIXTH COUNT

 

The crime of INSURANCE FRAUD IN THE FIRST DEGREE, IN VIOLATION OF Penal Law 176.30, committed as follows:

 

The Defendants, in the County of New York and elsewhere, from in or about July 2000 to in or about October 2002, committed a fraudulent insurance act and thereby wrongfully took, obtained and withheld and attempted to wrongfully take, obtain and withhold property with a value in excess of $1,000,000 from The Vanderbilt Group, Frank and Kenneth Stubbolo and Travelers Surety Co.

 

SEVENTH COUNT

 

The crime of, TAMPERING WITH A WITTNESS IN THE FOURTH DEGREE, in violation of Penal Law 215.10, committed as follows:

 

The Defendants, in the County of New York and elsewhere, from in or about July 2000 to in or about October 2002, knowingly convinced witnesses through false statements and practiced fraud and deceit designed with the intent to affect their testimony.

 

EIGHTH COUNT

 

The crime of CONSPIRACY IN THE SECOND DEGREE, in violation of Penal Law 105.15, committed as follows:

 

The Defendants, in the County of New York and elsewhere, from in or about July 2000 to in or about October 2002, knowingly agreed with one or more people, to conspire to give the project known as the Dormitories at Old Westbury to a firm, Sea Crest Construction Corp. with well established ties to organized crime. To conspire to create a termination for cause to terminate Vanderbilt, inflate the construction costs and force the Bonding Company to pay the additional funds necessary. Finally demanding that the bonding company use Sea Crest Construction as the completion contractor at a far-inflated profit margin.

 

NINTH COUNT

 

The crime of SCHEME TO DEFRAUD IN THE FIRST DEGREE, in violation of Penal Law 190.65, committed as follows:

 

The Defendants, in the County of New York and elsewhere, from in or about January 1995 to in or about October 2002, knowingly engaged in schemes constituting a systematic ongoing course of conduct with the intent to defraud more than one person by false or fraudulent pretenses, representations or promises, and so obtains property with a value in excess of one thousand dollars from one or more of such persons.

 

TENTH COUNT

 

The crime of RECEIVING REWARD FOR OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT IN THE SECOND DEGREE, in violation of Penal Law 200.25, committed as follows:

 

The Defendants, in the County of New York and elsewhere, from in or about January 1998 to in or about October 2002, by making deals with DeMatteis and Sea Crest for the projects at SUNY Old Westbury. A public servant agrees to accept any benefit from another person for having violated his duty as a public servant.