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Street Hype Newspaper - October 1-18, 2013

Street Hype Newspaper - October 1-18, 2013

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Published by Patrick Maitland
Street Hype is the trusted source of news and
information for an estimated 600,000 readers.
Audience of mainly Africian Americans and
Caribbean nationals who are affluent, well-educated and business professionals - a high value target to advertisers.
Street Hype is the trusted source of news and
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PatrieceB. MillerFuneralService,Inc.
Licensed Funeral DirectorFrom Westmoreland, Jamaica WI• Shipping Local & Overseas
914-310-4294
 Vol: 8 No. 18WWW.STREETHYPENEWSPAPER.COM • FREE COPYOCTOBER 1-18, 2013
‘Community Lifestyle Newspaper’
By Kimmy MarklandStreet Hype Crime Reporter
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ttorney Martha Brosius, 50, of a GreatNeck, Long Island, has been chargedwith embezzling funds from three of herformer clients including stealing more than$150,000 belonging to the estate of anincapacitated seventy seven year-old man.The Elder Law attorney who practicesin Great Neck and Manhattan, wasarraigned before Judge Eric Bjorneby inFirst District Court of Nassau County on acriminal complaint charging her with threecounts of second-degree grand larceny andfaces up to fifteen years in prison if con-victed.She was retained on $100,000 bond or$10,000 cash bail and returns to court onOctober 17, 2013.According to district attorney RichardA. Brown, Brosius in submitting a swornaccounting statement to the Court formonies spent from the disabled man’saccounts, allegedly stated among otherthings, that she gave the man $150,000 incash between September 2009 andSeptember 2011.However, after a forensic review of her accounts by the district attorney’soffice, it was revealed that funds belongingto the disabled man were taken by Brosiusfrom the escrow accounts she maintainedon his behalf and deposited into her busi-ness and personal accounts.In a second incident, according to thecriminal charges, two sons of aWestchester man hired Brosius to handletheir father’s estate and to sell his resi-dence and set up a Special Needs orSupplemental Needs Trust for their dis-abled sister, who was the sole inheritor of their father’s estate. A check for$245,595.96 for the sale of the residencewas deposited in an escrow account main-tained by Brosius.
Continued on page 4
 Attorney EmbezzledDisabled Clients!
MARTHA BROSIUS, 50
A Great Neck elder law attorney who has offices in Great Neck andManhattan, was arraigned and charged on last Thursday (Sept 27) withstealing more than $150,000 from three clients in a four-year period.
 
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Editorial
patrick@streethype.net
The opinions expressed in this newspaper, except for the above, do not necessarily reflect the views of Street Hype Newspaper and its publishers. Please send yourcomments and or suggestions to editor@streethypenewspaper.com. Responses should be no longer than 400 words. Not all articles will be published
people are talking...!
Would you select morals or money?
Voting may be part of the solutions!
R
ecruiting teachers to teach internation-al is not the easiest job. I love the factthat I am a part of the job creation processbut the request that I get from school man-agement can put my ethical and moralbeliefs in a critical position.Additionally to the school manage-ment, I receive a lot of requests fromEducational Management companies fromChina. The private schools in China givecontracts to Educational Management com-panies to hire and pay the teachers.The Educational Management compa-nies contact me to assist in finding teachers.Below is a request I recently received froma company.Quote: ”Our teaching-in-China place-ments are all year round and I do hope youcan send me some good candidates on amonthly basis. I would like to reiterate thefollowing are our basic requirements:-Native English speakers; aged 20-55;Preferably a university degree holder;preferably a TEFL/TESOL certificate hold-er; preferably Caucasians- most schoolspsychopathically stick to this point at thisend.This is another request I received froma Skype message: Quote: “Teachers need toteach age from 3 to 12 years, have somegood way to control young children andhave some other is most our school needwhite native speaker, this is not racial dis-crimination, because some child will crywhen they face a black people, we have tosend them white teachers, in Beijing and insome good school few black teacher.”Add to their special request forCaucasian teachers, the salary that theyoffer is no more than $1300 per month. I amnot sure how many qualified Americanteachers that I will get to go to China on thatsalary even with selling the perks of freeaccommodation.I asked these Educational Managementcompanies if they would consider teachersfrom the Caribbean Islands. I was told theywould try and place Caribbean teachers in“low dosage.” So I ask you the readers foryour advice if you were in my shoe.Would you select morals or money?
Publisher & Editor:
PATRICK MAITLAND
Associate Editor:
JINELLE CRAIG
Senior Contributing Editor:
GENEIVE BROWN METZGER
Advertising Director:
NOLA BOOTHE
Consulting Editors
GLORIA BENTPAULETTE GRANTANGELLA GOLDINGANTHONY TURNER
 Business Address:
711 S Columbus Ave, Fl 1Mount Vernon, NY 10550Tel: 914-663-4972-3 • Fax: 914-663-4972editor@streethypenewspaper.comadvertising@streethypenewspaper.comwww.streethypenewspaper.comPublished by:
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 Dr. Neva H. Alexander is an experienced educator with international experience.
N
ew York City residents will go to thepolls on November 6, 2013 to elect thenext City Mayor, Comptroller, PublicAdvocate along with District Attorneys,Borough Presidents and several CityCouncil representatives.This is an opportunity for residents tohave a say in who leads the City over thenext two to four years. But, exercising yourright to vote could determine the level of social and economic gains in the communi-ty as well as the protection of our personalsecurity, equal rights and justice.With the current population of NewYork City estimated at 8.337 million people,data from the U.S. Census shows that of the1.3 million immigrants in the fiveBoroughs, about 800,000 are lawful resi-dents of voting age.The largest ethnic group in New YorkCity is the white ethnicity, which makes upabout 44% of the population. About 25.5%of the population identifies as black andabout 12.7% of the population identifies asAsian. Also, Hispanics make up about28.6% of the population. With about 37% of the population born in a foreign country, theCity has been a place of many different cul-tures.New York is also known to record thehighest income inequality among all of theother States with the top 1% of the popula-tion in New York City controlling over 45%of the income earned in the City. The bot-tom 50% of the population only has 9% of the income.As African Americans we are not onlyfew in numbers, but have limited financialresources to wield serious influences on thegovernance of our communities.Despite the shortcomings and weak-nesses, we must be very active players inour democratic process in order to create thetype of community we want “to raise ourfamilies and do businesses.”Getting on the voters list and voting on elec-tion day are among the most practical strate-gies for us to consider as we seek self-gov-ernance and economic progress.Fixing our political and governancestructure could be the solutions towards ourpersonal economic and social growth as inthe case of Mayor Michael Bloomberg.Some eleven years after assuming thepost in New York City, Mayor Bloomberg’spersonal wealth and fortune have moved upto of $31 billion, a ten-fold increase, whilethe City achieves growth in employmentand life expectancy move up by two plusyears.As African Americans, we should forgealliance with other ethnic groups and politi-cal parties –both Democrat and Republican- to achieve political leadership. We shouldstart the process by registering to vote.
MAURICE MAITLANDLAW FIRM
‘We Get Results’
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