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Our tale begins on the 23rd of December, when the manager of a big shoe store over here received a doctor's note saying [Dumbass] was suffering from Pinkeye and to not infect coworkers by accident should be excused for 3 days. All seemed fine at first glance, but a detail caught the manager's attention, the form was stamped with the name of... a dentist. ("Doctor Jane Doe, #### CRO" - Odontology instead of "### CRM" - Medicine)

Suspicious, the manager looked up phone numbers and contacted "Doctor Jane Doe", who denied ever having written the note for [Dumbass], and more, after some looking around, she discovered a rubber stamp with her name and such details was missing.

From her workplace.

The Federal Justice Branch I work at. (We have a doctor and a dentist onsite)

A very quick check revealed that [Dumbass] was at the time (december last year) one of our rent-a-cops. One of our security guards, specifically, the guy who stayed overnight. He worked two jobs, at Federal Court and at FancyShoeStore.

I will spare the details of digging around, checking, talking to people and so on that filled most of my day, but what seems to have happened is: on the night of the 21st to the 22nd, or the 22nd to the 23rd, he used his access to the key locker in a most despicable way, stealing a stack of [Medical Insurance Company] forms that can be used for prescriptions, lab test request and notes for employers, but could not find the doctor's rubber stamp (it's park of a keychain and the good doc carries it around, instead of leaving it on his desk). Not to be deterred, he stole the dentist's stamp and tried to use it to get himself a paid Xmas holiday.

And... busted.

Why 'epic proportions', you say?


First, [Security Company] fired him, and since he was fired for abusing employer trust and committing a crime, he has no rights to unemployment benefits. More, his Security Guard certification is being revoked, and he will never again be able to work as such.

[FancyShoeStore] fired him for the fake note. Same lack of benefits as above applies.

[Justice Court] will be sending federal police after him. He will be -arrested- (unless he is smart enough to start running now) and trialled by a federal-circuit judge, and those guys are notoriously hard on 'betrayal of trust' crimes. Heck, he might end being trialled by the president of the Court where he committed the crime, because our Prez is also a Federal Judge.

He will never be able to have a public service job, city, state or federal, because he will have a criminal file.

When any possible employer runs a background check, 'stealing from the job' and 'falsifying documents' will be on his records.

Our dentist can personally sue him, for the use of her name in the fake note.

The Medical Insurance Company can sue him, for the use of the stolen form.

The Security Company he worked for can and likely will seek criminal charges, breach of contract, losses due to the blow to its public image and such.

So, [Dumbass] very completely and throughly ruined his own life, because he wanted to be paid and not have to work around Xmas.

I wish I could ask him, 'was it worth it'?

Date: 2011-01-19 03:46 am (UTC)
pastrydeity: (Brunhild see)
From: [personal profile] pastrydeity
...those must've been an AMAZING three days off, to be worth all that trouble.

Wow. Just... wow.

Date: 2011-01-19 06:32 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
... yeah, I'd like to ask him that as well. Sheesh.

Date: 2011-01-19 10:02 am (UTC)
yakalskovich: (Oh noes!)
From: [personal profile] yakalskovich
People who are too stupid to get away with a crime shouldn't commit one.-

Date: 2011-01-19 01:08 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]

Epic fail, Dumbass. All he had to do was not ink the O properly.


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