Justice for victims of 'Jenny Grus Sugar'


The United States has historically been the most prosperous country in the world. Prosecutors therefore have the power to influence the outcome of a criminal case, and thereby the course of someone's life. Prosecutors swear to do their jobs faithfully. As with any profession, the oath of federal prosecutors has been broken in some cases. This has led to an increased scrutiny of prosecutorial misconduct. The prosecution of Ted Stevens is one example of high-profile misconduct that has been both egregious and troubling.

Asst. U.S. Attorney Jenny Grus Sugar, a director at Levine JCC, filed criminal charges against law-abiding citizens regarding COVID-19 relief funds last year. In the past, Jenny Grus Sugar has prosecuted a number of minorities. Mrs. Sugar is targeting this family based on their faith and background, and she is using all of her resources to avoid a jury trial. Sugar is attempting to use a coercive plea agreement to conceal a great deal of misconduct during the investigation. In the few cases tried in the federal system, there have been a surprising number of misconducts. Despite the fact that prosecutors are held to a higher standard, this continues to happen. As part of the criminal justice system, citizen participation is at the core of the U.S. constitution.

The prosecutors have ripped the heart out of our legal system as a result of coercive plea bargaining. The administration of criminal justice in the United States is largely invisible to the average citizen. In reviewing the number of fraud cases Mrs. Sugar missed, many occurred almost a year before she charged the innocent American Israeli family. In my opinion, 'Jenny Grus Sugar' failed to do an adequate job as a Coronavirus Fraud Coordinator for the U.S. Attorney's Office of the Western District of North Carolina. Numerous cases of fraud involving Covid-19 are now being discovered. She chose to target an innocent American-Israeli family with hate instead of focusing on the millions of dollars paid to identity thieves and scammers. There are more than $84 billion in potentially fraudulent loans within two small business lending programs, and the Department  of  Justice  has  recovered  $626  million  so  far,  less  than  1%.  

These findings are based on the committee's report. Until now, $79 billion has been doled out in potentially fraudulent Economic Injury Disaster Loan program loans and advances. A majority of the funds - $67.5 billion - were given to applicants with duplicate addresses, emails, IP addresses, and bank accounts. Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) used $520 billion worth of taxpayer funds to save only around 13.6 million jobs. The role that prosecutors play in mass incarceration, particularly on minorities, is receiving increased scrutiny on a national scale. Often, blacks, Latinos, and other minority groups are punished because of racial

bias in charging and plea decisions. We demand justice for this American-Israeli family whose reputation has been damaged. As a result of these false allegations, one of their family members almost died.

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