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Boyland Superseding Indictment (Filed)

Boyland Superseding Indictment (Filed)

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superseding indictment against New York State Assemblyman William F.
Boyland, Jr. was filed today in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New
York, which added new charges of mail fraud in connection with a scheme to defraud New York
State by submitting fraudulent vouchers for travel expense and per diem payments.
superseding indictment against New York State Assemblyman William F.
Boyland, Jr. was filed today in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New
York, which added new charges of mail fraud in connection with a scheme to defraud New York
State by submitting fraudulent vouchers for travel expense and per diem payments.

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DAS:RLC/LXN
F.
#2011R02117
UNITED STATES
DISTRICT
COURT
EASTERN
DISTRICT
OF
NEW
YORK
---X
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
-against-
WILLIAM
F.
BOYLAND,
JR.,
Defendant.
---X
THE
GRAND
JURY CHARGES:S U P E R S E D I N GI N D I C T M E N T
Cr.
No.
11-850
(S-1)
(SLT)
(T.
18,
U.S.C.,
§§
371,
666
(a)
(1)
(B),
981(a)
(1)
(C),
1341,1343,
1346,
1349,
1951(a),
2
and
3551
et
seq.;
T.
21,
U.S.C.,
§
853
(p);
T.
28,
U.S.C.,
§
2461(c))
INTRODUCTION
TO
ALL
COUNTS
At
all
times
relevant to
this
Superseding
Indictment,
unless
otherwise
indicated:
The
Defendant and
Other
Individuals
1.
In
or
about
and between
March
2003
and
December
2011,
the
defendant
WILLIAM
F.
BOYLAND,
JR.
served as
a
member
of
the
New
York
State
Assembly
(the
"Assembly")
representing
the
55th
Assembly
district,
located
in
Brooklyn,
New
York.
The
Assembly
was
a
subdivision
of
the
legislative
branch
of
the
New
York
State
government which
received
in
excess
of
$10,000
each
calendar year
under
federal
programs
involving
grants, contracts,subsidies,
loans,
guarantees,
insurance
and
other
forms
of
federal
assistance.
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2.
In
or
about
and between
2008
and
December
2011,
Co-Conspirator
#1,
an
individual
whose
identity
is
known
to
the
Grand
Jury,
was
employed by
the
Assembly
and
served as
BOYLAND's
chief
of
staff.
3.
In
or
about
and between
2010
and
2011,
a
carnival
promoter(the "Promoter"),
who
was
cooperating
with
federal
law
enforcement,
and
whose
identity
is
known
to
the
Grand
Jury,
held
himself
out
to
BOYLAND
and
Co-Conspirator
#1
as
an
activecarnival
promoter
interested in
scouting
locations
and
setting
up
carnivals
in
Brooklyn,
New
York.
4.
In
or
about
and between
2010
and
2011,
an
undercover
Special
Agent
("UC1")
of
the
Federal
Bureau
of
Investigation
("FBI")
,
whose
identity
is
known
to
the
Grand
Jury,
held
himself out
to
BOYLAND
and
Co-Conspirator
#1
as
an
entrepreneur
from
Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania
who
was
(i)
in
the
import-export
business,
(ii) interestedin
aiding the
Promoter's
carnival
business,
and
(iii)
seeking
opportunities
to
invest
inreal estate in
Brooklyn,
New
York.
UC1
provided
his
cellular
telephone
number,
which
was
assigned
a
Pennsylvania-based
area
code,
to
BOYLAND
and
Co-Conspirator
#1.5.
In
or
about
2011,
another
undercover
Special
Agent
("UC2")
of
the
FBI, whose
identity
is
known
to
the
Grand
Jury,
held
himself out
to
BOYLAND
and
Co-Conspirator
#1
as
an
entrepreneur
with
business
interests
in
Florida,
who
was
a
2
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business
associate
of
UCl
and
was
seeking
opportunities to invest
in
real estate
in
Brooklyn,
New
York.
UC2
provided
his
cellular
telephone
number,
which
was
assigned
a
Florida-based area
code,
to
BOYLAND.
The
Traveling
CarnivalBusiness
6.
Traveling
carnival
businesses
that
seek
to
operate
carnivals
in
New
York
City
must
obtain
permissions, permits
and
licenses
from
various
local
government
agencies.
For
example,
the
Department
of
Consumer
Affairs
("DCA")
must
issue
a
"Temporary
Use
Device
License"
in
order
for
a
carnival
to
operate
rides.
DCA
often requires
letters
of
support
from
the
local
community
board
and
elected
officials
who
represent
the
district
within
which
the
carnival
is
to
be
held.
In
addition,
the
New
York
City
Department
of Buildings
must
inspect
and
approve
a
carnival
before
it
can
begin
operating.
7.
Carnival
operators
in
New
York
City frequently
seek
to
have community-based
non-profit
organizations
listed
as
sponsors
for
their
shows.
The
carnivals
themselves
generally
generate
more
than
$5,000
in receipts.
8.
A
carnival
promoter
is
an
individual
who
helps
secure
locations,
permissions
and
permits
for
traveling
carnival
businesses.
3
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