BUSTED: Obama Mega Donor Charged With Manslaughter And More

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Obama’s administration has been plagued with fraud from the beginning, so why shouldn’t we expect his money come from fraud as well? Just as his administration is falling apart on account of the almost countless scandals consuming his office at this point, a mega donor was recently charged with not only manslaughter, but the bribing of several medical professionals in a multi-million dollar scheme.

According to the Mail Online, the president and CEO of Ontario firm Landmark Medical Management, Kareem Ahmed, “is accused of developing topical cream formulas ‘based on the profitability of the ingredients’ and bribing doctors who treated workers’ compensation patients to prescribe them.”

Apparently Ahmed doled out a whopping $25 million in bribes to any doctor who would take it, in exchange for the selling of his already fraudulent cream. Furthermore, doctors attached to the scheme were also said to have submitted false insurance claims that resulted in amounts from $600,000 to more than $2.5 million coming back to individual doctors.


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Perhaps the most shocking of Ahmed’s charges is manslaughter that reportedly happened on Feb. 3, 2012. Although vague in nature, the indictment only details that Ahmed, and accomplice Andrew Jarminski, M.D., “did unlawfully and without malice kill Andrew G. (a minor) … in the commission of a lawful act which might produce death, in an unlawful manner and without due caution and circumspection.

In 2012, Ahmed was said to have donated, “$1 million to the pro-Obama super PAC Priorities USA Action.” In addition to that, he donated large amounts to other Democratic candidates as well.

What do you guys think – does it really shock any of you that a huge donor such as this be charged with corruption? As we know, corruption only breeds more of the same.

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