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They have been notified!

By Kirk Allen & John Kraft

On July 25, 2013

For over 7 months we have been investigating issues related to Health and Family Services and its relationship with Michigan and a company called CNSI.  By all indications We The People are getting hammered financially with the upcoming Obama Care implementation and with overwhelming evidence of questionable acts just here in Illinois it was evident there was  major problem.

The first leader story ran here, then after the CNSI Senior Vice President-legal counsel commented on that article, I responded in more detail with substantial supporting documentation in this article.

Since that article the information flowing in from whistle-blowers has been quite frankly overwhelming.   Considering the information coming in surpasses our capability with FOIA efforts we realized it was time for legal intervention with each and any entity possible.

I sent this Request for investigation  letter to the following agencies.

  • Bradley Hart -Inspector General Healthcare and Family Services
  • Illinois State Police – Criminal Investigative Division
  • FBI -Attn: Robert Neal Ormerod
  • Attorney General-Criminal Investigations

The very next day the ISP responded with this denial to pursue anything without even so much as a question to get more facts.  Sounds similiar to what we see right here in Edgar County.  It should prove interesting to see how the other agencies respond after this information is exposed nationally.

As we get future updates we will keep you posted!



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  • Angela Mason
    Posted at 16:39h, 25 July

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  • Billy P
    Posted at 10:40h, 30 July

    Hopefully in your pursuit of CNSI you remain unbias. You are corret Maine and CNSI was not a good mix. CNSI had no experience in Medicaid and Maine failed to provide oversight and knowldgeable staff during design. Even today Maine after investing in Unisys and Molina continues to spend millions on contracts to watch over the system administrator. Do you not find it interesting that ACS contracted to design three of the smallest Medicaid programs experiences years of delay and millions in cost overuns with little oversight by CMS. Even Louisiana could see that Molina is unable to maintain a functional system in response to new federal and state requirements under ObamaCare. So while you focus on the possible transgressions between Bruce and CNSI, keep in mind the other players.