And To Think, They Didn’t Need To Buy Soccer Balls or Teddy Bears…

Apparently several websites are all a twitter about recent immigration fraud details released by Judicial Watch.

Taxpayer funds covered free laptops, big screen TVs, $75 per child per day for food, pregnancy tests, and “multicultural crayons”  […] Judicial Watch announced today that on September 9, 2014, it received documents from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) revealing that the Obama administration paid Baptist Children and Family Services (BCFS) $182,129,786 to provide “basic shelter care” to 2,400 “unaccompanied alien children” (UAC) for four months in 2014. The BCFS budget included charges for $104,215,608 for UACs at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and an additional $77,914,178 for UACs at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. (more)

Back on July 15th, 2014 we posted some details, and a large dose of opinion, about the latest misguided efforts of Glenn Beck’s “Bold and Sanctimonious Tour” – and a strange thing happened…. few, if any, thought our critical outline was controversial.

It would appear the Patriotic U.S. Sleeping Giant is awake, at least on this issue:

Is it really “charity” when the federal government is using the IRS to collect the “offering”?

What followed in the research outlined below back in July was little more depth on the issue of “Faith Based” organizations and those receiving federal grants to facilitate illegal immigration.

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We received numerous requests to turn the eye of research into exactly what these organizations are. Specifically, one group that is continually in the media stories when they describe “faith-based” organizations and subsequent assistance to illegal aliens, or unaccompanied alien children, Baptist Child and Family Services or BCFS.

So we took a look.  “Faith Based Organizations“. Has a nice charitable ring to it, no? At least on the surface it’s a great sounding catch phrase. Such descriptivism gives the reader or listener the impression of “charity” in some form. At the very least, as Mr. Teddy Bears and Soccer Balls -Glenn Beck- has recently been espousing, they would seem quite, well, “charitable“.

Alas, not so fast.

kevin dinninAllow us to introduce to you Mr. Kevin Dinnin.

He’s the paid President and CEO of Baptist Child and Family Services Emergency Management Division (BCFS-EMD). We found him by backtracking the name of the principal officer posted on their 2012 tax filings.

Paid at an annual salary of $477,799+ I might add.

Not a bad gig for himself and rest of the BCFS-EMD leadership and staff who pulled in, and paid $33,000,000 in wages for 2012.

Yes, that is THIRTY THREE MILLION. In payroll.

You see, BCFS is two entities. You have BCFS and BCFS-EMD.

BCFS Health and Human Services’ Emergency Management Division (BCFS EMD) is a non-profit partner of federal, state and local government and private industry. Our organization specializes in emergency management, incident management, disaster response, public health and medical emergency response, mass care, medical sheltering and planning for vulnerable populations. (link)

Call me crazy but I thought that’s what FEMA was for….. oh well, I digress.

Now, at this point I’d usually link to a bunch of internal publicly available information about BCFS-EMD so you could cruise around and dig in for your own analytical curiosity. However, a strange thing happened while assembling this research; the site closed down many of the page functions during my assembly….. presto: “ACCESS DENIED” !

BCFS 2014 access denied

I’ll have to leave it up to you why they did this. But I can assure you the change in sunlight protocol occurred between the hours of noon on Wednesday 7/16/14 and 11:30pm that same day. How do I know? Because for the past two days I’ve been mining data on this organization – and the “Access Denied” only occurred after I had already been assembling the cast of characters and tracking down their tax filings.

For some reason over the past 48 hours “sunlight” has become antithetical to BCFS-EMD, or at least their “Leadership“. [maybe, just maybe, they’re updating? /sarc ] I digress, again…..

Baptist Child and Family Services, along with Baptist Child and Family Services-Emergency Management Division, are the recipients of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the Dept. of Health and Human Services (HHS), grant money.

How much money you might ask?

Well, lets just say a single grant this month was for $190,707,505.00

THAT’s a single grant.

One grant for:

One Hundred Ninety Million, Seven Hundred Seven Thousand, Five Hundred Five Dollars. $190,707,505.00

And there’s more than a few MORE:

BCFS 2014

And yes as you scroll to the bottom you’ll note that we are only half-way through the year and this entity has received over a QUARTER BILLION dollars. OK, now you’re beginning to get the picture.

Taxpayer dollars.

I’m thinking BCFS can afford a few soccer balls, no?

So what in the world can a “faith based charity group” be spending all of that taxpayer money on ?…. and how big is this “charity” if the federal government portion therein is funding it to the tune of THAT MUCH money ?

Well, apparently, other than “Federal Grant Work”, not much.

In 2012 they pulled in $67,325,953.00 and $63,321,669 of taxpayer funds through DHS and HHS grants/contracts. That’s around 94% of their entire operational “charity revenue” from taxpayers.

“Baptist Child and Family Services” eh?

“Faith Based”? Um, where’s the church ?

Now that CEO Mr. Kevin Dinnin has tripled his “charities” business with the federal government I’m pretty sure he’s making more than the $477,799.00 he was making in 2012.

Consider this Press Release:

BCFS, a global health and human services organization headquartered in Texas, today announced the expansion of its International Children’s Services program to serve unaccompanied foreign youth throughout the country. The new offices, located in New York, NY; Miami, FL; Houston, TX; Dallas, TX; Sacramento-area, CA; and Los Angeles-area, CA, will serve as regional hubs for BCFS’ new family support and evaluation programs.

BCFS will lead these programs as part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) strategic plan to provide safe and stable homes for international youth who are granted permission to stay with family or sponsors already living in the country.

“We are excited to expand our successful International Children’s Services program nationwide. Under the care and leadership of our new national and regional directors, countless children and families will receive the support they need to start their new lives off right,” said Asennet Segura, BCFS Executive Director – Residential Services Division. “As BCFS works toward meeting this mission, we look forward to forging new friendships and partnerships throughout these new regions.”

With this expansion, BCFS has named four new directors: (continue reading)

The Press Release goes on to note the hiring of: ♦ Celeste Garcia, National Program Director (based in San Antonio), ♦ Alexandra Peralta, Regional Director – Eastern U.S. (based in Miami), ♦ Kelsey Lebrun Keswani, Regional Director – Western U.S. (based in Los Angeles-area), and♦ Michelle Fuentes, Regional Director – Central U.S. (based in Houston-area), along with a brief summary of their skill set.

Those rail cars might as well be loaded with gold.

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Final thoughts: It is important to remember this information is only for one of the “faith-based organizations” you have heard about recently. There are many others who are in the same operational business model as Baptist Child and Family Services. For the sake of this outline we stopped with what appears to be the newest and the one everyone was inquiring about.

However, given the scope of the expenditures, you might be interested to know that, again according to tax filing records, the United States Catholic Bishops also received $69.5 million in HHS grants for 2012 (LINK). Yes, that’s $69,500,000+ in grants. And yes, that’s about 98% of the total charity revenue for the organization. And yes, that’s for the exact same type of activity.

Federal Charity courtesy of the U.S. Taxpayer. Is it really “charity” when the federal government is using the IRS to collect the “offering” ?

Hey Glenn, about those soccer balls…..

We began documenting in July, August and September the “border crisis” of unaccompanied alien children, UAC’s, was a pure ruse, a figment. Constructed simply to create the optics of crisis and support the demand for comprehensive immigration reform prior to the congressional recess.

Evidence continued to mount week after week as we followed the money flowing out of the DHS and HHS agencies to various left-wing social constructs who were profiting from the scheme. Panic and alarm sounded as $3.7 billion was demanded by Obama to cope with the non existent “border crisis” – couched more favorably as a “humanitarian crisis”.

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Then in August we shared the fact that well over 40,000 reported UAC’s were missing from this years record keeping. The facts catching up with the ruse.

Well, the truth was/is they’re not technically missing because they never existed in the first place. DHS, which compiles the reports coming from the Border Patrol, and then gives the statistical summaries of the reports, had artifically inflated the apprehension numbers to support the White House narrative.

However, DHS, or more accurately Jeh Johnson, could not divert the end user of the apprehension reports, The Executive Office of Immigration Reform, the entity who controls the court dockets, from recording the missing reports.

Comparative FOIA’s into the recording agency, The Border Patrol, and the end user, The EOIR, showed the statistical ruse.

The reports were missing because they were never written; they were never written because the UAC’s were not actually real.

Then quietly reports surfaced about the (White House) “Administration” quietly abandoning the search for the crisis housing.

The removal of the crisis housing search is a consequence of the reality the UAC’s do not exist:

WASHINGTON DC – The Obama administration has quietly abandoned its aggressive months-long search for emergency shelters across the nation as the number of children illegally crossing the southern border alone continues to drop.

At the same time, three facilities at military bases in Texas, California and Oklahoma set up as shelters are no longer housing children from Central America.

An official with the Department of Health and Human Services, which led the search for shelters, said there’s been a decrease in the number of children apprehended at the border and an increase in the number of children sent to live with families or friends. (more)

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Eventually the TRUTH comes out. It always does. The only question becomes “is anyone paying attention to it” ?

AS WE EXPLAINED LAST MONTH – Readers will note that since the word of the border crisis hit the media our research has indicated the entire construct of a humanitarian crisis for children is a ruse.

There simply are not mass influxes of Unaccompanied Alien Children. For almost two months we have been repeating that it’s all a fraud – the influx is families, or more specifically women with children.

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There is no border crisis about unaccompanied alien children – period. Sure there are “some” unaccompanied minors, but no-where near the figures that are bantered about in the media. Not – Even – Close.

The evidence to support all of our research surfaces daily.

National Review Online presents an interesting article about almost 40,000 missing receipts for Unaccompanied Alien Children between the Border Patrol apprehension tickets reported, and the Executive Office of Immigration Reform (the immigration court system that gets those tickets for processing).

To flush out the disparity between fiscal years and time lags in court processing several years of data can be added together to analyze and compare.

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According to the Border Patrol reporting (chart above) if you combine fiscal years 2013 and 2014 more than 85,000 “recorded apprehensions” of Unaccompanied Alien Children. Yet according to EOIR only 41,592 apprehension reports were received for Unaccompanied alien Children over the same time period (chart below).

UAC stats

That’s a difference of 43,000 UAC’s over two years.

What gives ?

It gets better. Additionally from the article:

…” […] EOIR has recorded 20,814 receipts marked as juvenile in fiscal year 2014 as of June 30, but Border Patrol recorded 57,525 apprehensions of unaccompanied alien children during the same time frame.

This means immigration courts have receipts for fewer than four out of every ten unaccompanied alien children apprehended by Border Patrol this fiscal year.

Mattingly said EOIR stands behind the numbers of receipts it has recorded, but would not speak about the difference between the number of juvenile receipts and CBP’s apprehension data”… (link)

That’s a difference of 37,000 UAC’s this year alone.

The NRO article goes on to discuss the discrepancy as a matter of bureaucratic bungling exposing how inept the immigration processing, and/or processers, is/are. But NRO never stops to ask the question – what if the discrepancy is simply because of FALSE DATA?

Because that false claim, or false data, is exactly what our research indicates.

This entire “crisis” of unaccompanied alien children (UAC’s) is purely trumped up by the White House, and sold by a duplicitous media, to advance a demand for comprehensive immigration reform.

But who would be fudging the numbers to give a false impression of a crisis?

Again, from the article:

…” […] Within DHS, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services have the authority to charge unaccompanied alien children”….

An ICE spokesperson declined to comment on this story, and a USCIS spokesperson referred questions to DHS, which did not respond to requests for comment. A CBP spokesperson responded to NRO’s requests in an e-mail with a link to apprehension data publicly available on CBP’s website but did not provide comment about the number of NTAs issued to illegal-immigrant children….(link)

Yep, as we have continued to share it’s the Department of Homeland Security, DHS, who holds the keys to the data vault.

…..And who did President Obama give those keys to ?

Image: Barack Obama, Jeh Johnson

Yup, that would be $3.7 BILLION DOLLAR Jeh Johnson.

WASHINGTON DC – Federal officials testified Thursday their agencies have been overwhelmed by the surge of illegal immigrants in the Rio Grande Valley.

Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said two key agencies in charge of border security are about to run out of money unless Congress approves a $3.7 billion emergency funding request from President Obama.

“At our current burn rate within the Department of Homeland Security, ICE will run out of money by mid August,” Johnson testified, referring to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

“Customs and Border Patrol will run out of money in mid September,” he warned.

Johnson said surging transportation costs and the need to build additional detention facilities has depleted his operating budget.

Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell said her department is running out of beds for the tens of thousands of children who have crossed the border illegally from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador. (read more)

You see, back in June of 2011 DHS Jeh Johnson was the Chief Counsel for the Pentagon -and part of what’s called the administration’s “Office of Legal Counsel” (OLC)- when a little controversial issue came up with President Obama and a country called Libya.

A pesky issue surfaced surrounding presidential authority to engage in military action without congressional approval, and then remain engaged beyond the 30 day legally required timeline for notifying congress.

The President’s OLC is essentially his “plausible deniability” tool if ever challenged as to the legality of executive branch overreach or power. The OLC act as one of the concentric walls around the executive office in the event a penetrating scandal develops.

Let’s just say the DHS post was a reward for Johnson’s, well, willful blindness. Nudge, nudge, wink, wink, say-no-more, say-no-more.

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“How many do we need”? “Well, I see, um, e-l-e-v-e-n-t-y six unaccompanied alien children… yeah, yeah, that’s the ticket”.

Again, just for emphasis this issue of the 40,000 missing kids is not an issue of 40,000 missing tickets or reports. [Have you ever seen those poor Border Patrol folks filling out the ledgers?]


This is NOT about 40,000 missing tickets.

This is about 40,000 missing “UNACCOMPANIED” children. Only missing from official record keeping because they never existed in the first place.

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The kids are all ACCOMPANIED.

ACCOMPANIED by their parents, aunts, uncles, and families

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38 Responses to And To Think, They Didn’t Need To Buy Soccer Balls or Teddy Bears…

  1. starfcker says:

    I promised myself I would watch my language on this site. Sometimes it is very difficult. Great expose’ sundance, you should be running one of the majors.

    Liked by 3 people

  2. Paul H. Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.


  3. Great work as usual SD. Chicago politics FEDERALIZED!!!!!


  4. $75 per day, per child for food, laptops, big screens, cellphones, recreational activities… My children don’t have it this good, yet my taxes pay for illegal alien children to enjoy t all these non-essential luxuries? This is heartbreaking actually.

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    • rashomon says:

      Actually, it was just for food “$75 per day for 3 meals and 2 snacks. The meal plan is estimated to provide 1200 UACs and 822 staff at a minimum: $75 x 2022 individuals (staff + youth) x 120 days – $18,198,000” [EDITOR’S NOTE: According to the USDA, the cost to feed a teenager per week in the U.S. is roughly $71.70 – or approximately $10 per day.]”

      The laptops, big screens, recreational activities, and medical supplies including pregnancy and urine tests cost an extra $1,678,000.

      Don’t pee on my leg and tell me it’s raining. The government keeps telling us we have negligible inflation, thus limited cost-of-living increases. So now it’s $70 per day to feed a teenager! I have fed a family of five to six (three male teens in sports) nourishing meals (three plus whatever snacks they wanted) for a lot less than $10 per day! What’s the extra $4.30 above the USDA figure? A tip? Ever hear of buying in bulk?

      The shower heads and installation for 20 stalls cost $80,000? What? Why do 1200 beds cost $104,215,608 at Ft. Sill and $77,914,178 at Lackland?

      And then the 4-months of salaries for 30 members at $2,648,800!!!!!! And this doesn’t appear to include the teachers needed to educate these “little” (not from the photos I saw) darlings in the basics plus English!

      Did Congress approve this illegal ignorance of immigration laws and these costs? And Obama says this is just the beginning. Just wait until all the families cross our borders.

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      • polk8dot says:

        ‘4-months of salaries for 30 members at $2,648,800’

        Bloody Mary!
        That comes to down to roughly $88,300 per staff member for the mere 4 months of work! That’s what, …$22,075 per month! For basically watching a bunch of illegals who want nothing more that to be left alone until their government-sponsored immigration lawyer arrives (in itself against the law!) This is so ridiculous, I can’t even see straight I’m so mad.
        It averages out to just about $265,000 per year per employee! Wow, was I in the wrong field of work.
        Over $22,000 per month, and for CHARITY employees to boot? Oh, I guess when it comes to government money, nobody is doing any charity, right? Except the government, of course.

        This fleecing of America is CRIMINAL!

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    • yankeeintx says:

      Many of us consciously limited the size of our families, because children are expensive. Now we end up paying for other people’s families.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. michellc says:

    What the heck were they eating to cost $75 per day, per child?


  6. Coast says:

    How much money, to date, has Obama cost America? Answer: Trillions. How much more will he cost America before he’s out of office? Answer: Trillions.
    Obama…One big ass mistake America.

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  7. starfcker says:

    Do the math. That’s more than 19 grand a month per child. I haven’t kept up with inflation of beans and rice, I guess. And they’re setting up in existing federal facilities. Best part of the post is posting that swine’s picture. Every man has a price. That man is the lowest of the low.


    • michellc says:

      I don’t think it’s that expensive anywhere near Fort Sill even if you took them out to eat to cost $25 per meal, unless they were feeding them steak and lobster for every meal.


      • yankeeintx says:

        The meals are catered. I don’t see why they can’t be taught to work in a kitchen. Why can’t they take turns cooking, serving and cleaning. That’s what we had to do at 4-H camp, and we were in our early teens.

        Liked by 1 person

        • michellc says:

          Well, heck even catered, it shouldn’t cost that much, unless we were having to pay for them to be waited on.


        • michellc says:

          I agree on them cooking for themselves as well. My kids were always in 4H and/or FFA and they had events for parents, sponsors, banquets, etc. and the kids had to cook all the food.

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    • jason says:

      yeah, 75K per ‘child’ to house them for 1/3 of a year. Maybe I can sneak across the border and get a few teddy bears and soccer balls as well ;/


    • Coast says:

      $75 time 30 days (month) = $2,250. Yea, expensive but its not $19K a month.


  8. smarty says:

    I also did research and a friend of mine did a FOIA which we finally got back from ORR back in October. I admittedly sent it to Kim Hot at Gateway pundit but he didn’t publish it. I got busy and didn’t try or resubmit anywhere else.
    If anyone is interested here is the run down on the FOIA on the 190 million grant.

    also I am very interested in doing a FOIA on Rocky Mountain Lutheran Family Services. They are the ones bringing in all of the muslims, most recently in Cheyenne WY.
    If you would like I could share. The main thing here is to get people informed on what these fake charities are doing with our taxdollars. Not good.
    Thanks Sundance for your excellent research and reporting.


    • smarty says:

      That would be Jim Hoft at Gateway pundit! I hate autocorrect!!


    • rashomon says:

      Thanks, smarty. We would all benefit from any figures as most of us still have elections coming up locally, and politicians need to have their feet held to the fire. I am not against immigration, but I AM for laws.

      I know Cheyenne is a huge rip-off for housing dollars as the applications can be granted there, but moved to most any place the immigrants want to live when residences become available. Cheyenne doesn’t have the housing stock, so someone knew what they were doing when they identified that as a location for dropping them, most with very large families, as then they have to expedite approval. The problem is all the other services required by the municipalities that increase the cost to the regular ole taxpayer.


      • smarty says:

        Pretty despicable that these church so called charities are basically colonizing our country with the third world.
        After reading Obama is expanding the immigration bureaucracy with 1000 new employees and a huge processing center in northern Virginia I am really becoming very hopeless.
        I do not know how we are to stop this madman. We have almost no voice save a few decent men and women. I cannot understand how they can be so traitorous to America.


  9. michellc says:

    I had to look up what multicultural crayons are. So for anyone else that is like me and never heard of them, here is the description on Amazon:

    An assortment of realistic skin tones, plus Black and White for blending
    Meets the artistic needs of today’s culturally diverse classrooms
    Colors include: Mahogany, Apricot, Burnt Sienna, Tan, Peach, Sepia, Black and White

    On Amazon they are $4.12 for a box of 8. A regular box of 8 crayons is $1.47. I guess brown, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple and black is racist or something.


    • Worc1 says:

      Mahogany? If you described someone of having mahogany skin color, wouldn’t that be considered racciss? Or Burnt Sienna? Does Al and Reggie know about this. Hopefully they or the NY Times doesn’t hear about this or they’ll put Crayola out of bidness.


      • rashomon says:

        The Crayola 48-pack which contains those colors, perhaps not labeled using the same words but nevertheless with those colors, cost around $3 plus tax. We just purchased them as stocking stuffers for a community holiday party for the needy.

        This is one of Crayola’s new marketing gimmicks.


      • michellc says:

        I honestly don’t understand why they can’t just color with basic colors. Aren’t kids usually coloring trees, animals, flowers, etc.?


  10. GoneWithTheWind says:

    This is just the beginning. I do believe this is the purpose of amnesty to break the back of the middle class through ever higher taxes.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. Worc1 says:

    I wonder how much DemoRats pocketed from campaign contributions from Baptist Child and Family Services. That’s how they roll. Progressive nonprofits /sarc, get big bucks from taxpayer pockets and they give back a tidy some in campaign contributions to the Dems. The same with prevailing wages, where a laborer on an interstate paving crew holding a shovel gets paid $50 an hour, double what they’d get for a private paving project.

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  12. waltherppk says:

    So it has become stylish for La Raza front groups and taxpayer fraud conduits to identify themselves as “faith based organizations” …..having “faith” the illegitimate proceeds from taxpayer fraud minus the percentage kicked back to the fraud arrangers in the government as part of the graft and corruption scheme is a profitable public service that “helps the children”.
    Yeah riiiight …….regular good samaritan philanthropists, real altruism there……another Rolls Royce Charity that best serves the operators of that taxpayer “donor” scam. So now military bases are used to provide food and shelter and first class medical care to illegal aliens while homeless U.S. citizen military veterans are out on the street or dying while waiting for medical treatment is what is being brought about by “faith based organizations” ???? I don’t have much “faith” in that kind of “faith based organization” since the evidence is they are doing the devils work and not some divine mission.


  13. kinthenorthwest says:

    No wonder they come—I would too if I was going to be set up like this.’
    Damn and look at all our legitimate homeless–by legitimate I mean legal Americans who are not there due to crimes and drugs.
    Last count we had around 1.5 million homeless Children, but we are paying out money for these people, not to mention the salary..


  14. Be Ge says:

    I am wondering if there was a straightforward kickback (and how much of it there was). It is a fairly standard scheme in the 3d world — a private institution does something for a state institution and then brings cash in suitcases (well, there are more intelligent ways of doing this, but the essence is the same) to certain officials of the said state institution. All of Russia’s newest history, exampli gratia, is basically the process of commie / KGB / other siloviki elites converting their political power into monetary values via similar mechanisms….Commies approved the method — are any of the democRATs following?


    • Be Ge says:

      The Russkies even have a special name for the process — распил (saw cut). The normal price of procured goods/services is X, the state institution is charged 2X $$$, the remaining X is somehow split between the state (some minimal taxes) and the interested parties (officials from the state institution and the private company), as if X is saw-cut with a hacksaw, hence the name.


  15. Lars says:

    Excellent exposure and compilation of evidence, let the trial begin.


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