By RUSS BUETTNER and WILLIAM K. RASHBAUM
The New York Times
Published: September 15, 2013
Here is an excerpt:
The charity’s chief executive, William E. Rapfogel, had been conspiring with someone at the insurance brokerage, Century Coverage Corporation, to pad the charity’s insurance payments by several hundred thousand dollars a year, according to a person briefed on the investigation.
Mr. Rapfogel, whose annual compensation package exceeded $400,000, pocketed some of the money and was involved in getting the rest to politicians who supply the government grants to the nonprofit organization, the person said.
The charity, widely known as Met Council, informed state authorities of its findings, and more formal inquiries began.
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