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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

NAAS Unofficial Guide to Criminal Websites

NAAS-NEWS Correspondent Abraham Levi reports:

It has been at least over eight years since a federal criminal complaint was filed against Joshua Centor for conduct and acts he committed against an affiliate of National Academy of American Scholars
, and others. Federal records indicate that Josh Centor did not formally refute or deny criminal allegations that included claims that he submitted a false, fraudulent, and incomplete financial-aid application, and that he violated numerous NAAS EAS/N2 Rules, Joshua Centor

Upset, bitter, and disgruntled because he was passed over by superior applicants in a merit-based competition, federal records indicate that Josh Centor then sought to use federal agencies and U.S. tax money as his personal piggy bank. Instead of seeking the services of a private attorney, and using his own funds, a federal complaint alleges that Josh Centor instead sought to corruptly influence federal authorities with false, deceptive, untrue, and misleading statements.

On January 19th, 2009, a person referring to themselves as 'Larry Centor' was caught posting a series of false and deceptive statements on a perverse website. The same person named 'Larry Centor' was subsequently determined to be associated with a series of other criminal websites, and each one included references to the name of 'Josh Centor.'

NAAS has now published an UnOfficial Criminal Websites guide for consumers.

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