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FLURRY OF FRAUD IN

NEBRASKA

Fourteen city and village clerks across the state of Nebraska were charged this year with theft or violating public resources after a series of embezzlements over the past decade. The clerks, from 17 different small towns, stole an estimated $1.7 million combined, a recent state audit reported.

 

According to the Lincoln Journal Star, the state audit shows 158 towns in the Cornhusker State have gone more than 20 years without a full financial audit.

 

It is time elected leaders start being transparent with taxpayer money.

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Citation

Addie Costello Flatwater Free Press. “A flurry of fraud: City clerks have recently stolen money from 17 Nebraska town.” Lincoln Journal Star, 31 July 2022 https://journalstar.com/news/state-and-regional/crime-and-courts/a-flurry-of-fraud-city-clerks-have-recently-stolen-money-from-17-nebraska-towns/article_6cb06e84-18b9-5518-a9ac-0e13ca32bccd.html#tncms-source=login

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