I just don't get it.. wasn't George Demos at the SEC in 2004 when Peter Sivere was exposed - is George Demos Part of the Culture of Corruption, part of what STOPS the SEC from actually holding these corporations REALLY accountable.. and now George Demos wants New York to think he is fit for Congress and the right man to represent the citizens... ???
How can George Demos really say he Fights Corporate Fraud when he seems to me to Promote and Stand with those who committ this fraud...
George Demos Website Says this ... Mumbo Jumbo..
" George Demos on behalf of the American people. The grandson of immigrants who sailed past the Statue of Liberty on their journey from Greece to freedom and opportunity, George is committed to protecting our freedoms and expanding our opportunities. George's mother, a former public school teacher, instilled in him at an early age the importance of education while George's father, an attorney in private practice, gave him the gift of a strong work ethic and taught by example the importance of giving back to the community.
Fighting Corporate Fraud.
George served as a United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) enforcement attorney from 2002 through 2009 where he specialized in prosecuting corporate and white collar fraud. George handled some of the SEC's most significant investigations including the case against American International Group (AIG) for its phony accounting practices that resulted in the largest fine in history. George also served on the 2009 Bernard Madoff prosecution team responsible for bringing to justice the perpetrators of the largest financial fraud in American history.
But most of the time, George worked tirelessly on the cases that never made the headlines; the cases where he sat in the homes of innocent victims who had lost everything and tried to right those wrongs, including on a recent case where a fraudster targeted New York Catholic investors.
George Demos received his BA from Columbia University where he majored in political science and his law degree from Fordham Law School where he served on the Environmental Law Journal. While in law school, George Demos worked at the Riverhead office of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office where he helped ensure dangerous criminals remained off of our streets.
A lifelong member of the Shelter Island community, George Demos lives in Brookhaven, New York. He is a member of the Greek Orthodox Church in Southampton, and volunteers his time in philanthropic activities.""
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Crystal L. Cox