- Report: #704738
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Complaint Review: GMC Management
GMC Managementrochester, new york Rochester, New York United States of America
GMC Management Gates Man Found Guilty of Embezzelment Allowed to Work to pay back victim? Rochester, New York
It was proven that he stole over $500,000. but the business owner says that it was more than a million, plus a million in other losses due to Ernie's corruption.
The Monroe County District Court, with a newly appointed judge, despite a recommendation that ERnie serve 2 to 7 years in prison to have justice served, the new judge let him walk...and he smooths the easy out by saying that he must pay the businessman back the money.
Now, this ripoff goes 2 ways. First the business man lost money, and then the legal system did not give a just sentence. Ernest was found guilty, but he had a wife in a wheelcahir, and an expensive lawyer, so he walked out...
Ask yourself, how is Ernest J McMurray supposed to earn any money to pay the man back? Is he supposed to steal it from another victim, or should he try to win it at blackjack ( his hobby). Those are the only things he is qualified to do that pay over minimum wage. The man owes millions, not hundreds. The sentencing judge was a JOKE.
Better if he had been sent to jail, where he belongs because he is a typical low life thief.
google him to read the whole story, well, as a biased local writer explains his version.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/09/2011 09:13 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/GMC-Management/Rochester-New-York-14624/GMC-Management-Gates-Man-Found-Guilty-of-Embezzelment-Allowed-to-Work-to-pay-back-victim-704738. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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