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03/08/2009 03:58 AM ID: 77469 Permalink   

80,000 NYPD Employees Victim of ID Theft


The former pension fund director for the NYPD, Anthony Bonelli, was arrested, accused of stealing data storage tapes from a Staten Island warehouse.

The tapes contained financial data on 80,000 current and former NYPD employees. Bonelli was not authorized to enter the facility which held social security numbers, direct deposit and bank account information.

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"To Many Secrets"
  by: VermiciousG     03/08/2009 06:40 AM     
  I'd be sad except...  
except... the NYPD(particularly the Port Authority) all such doubebags. Anyone who has been to Manhattan since 9/11 knows tihs. But I kid you not, they are *all* assholes, and I try not to generalize cops with what I hear in the media, but good lord these guys are like trained dick heads in the Port Authority.
  by: sceptre_of_fertility   03/08/2009 02:23 PM     
  This Idenity theft...  
is spreading like wild fire!

I can't count how many cases there has been here, from the military, benefits even the bank!

All they need to do is make people sign before gaining access, and keep the amounts of individuals to a minimum but no it will take at least a century for them to work that little problem out, the world seems to have gone really stupid, or maybe not so stupid as they would like us to believe.
  by: captainJane     03/09/2009 12:39 AM     
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