Saturday, November 10, 2007

Shady Bernard Kerik still wants "Gifts"...this Time from You

I couldn't believe it when I saw it, but it's true. Bernard Kerik, Rudy's shady BFF, has set up a website for his defense. "The Bernard Kerik Legal Defense Trust" even has a "Donor's Guide"

Check this out,
"The Bernard Kerik Legal Defense Trust has been established to allow Mr. Kerik’s friends and supporters to assist him in defending himself against possible charges that may be brought against him by the United States Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York."
"Having incurred legal fees in the course of the Bronx and federal investigation and paid a substantial financial penalty when he settled the Bronx case, and having had his business impacted by the intense publicity, he is not in a position to fund a proper defense to this federal case"
The trust may accept unlimited personal contributions.

2. How Will the Funds Be Used?

Any contribution you make to the Trust will be treated as a gift to Mr. Kerik to be used at his discretion. All funds collected will be deposited with the trustee of the Trust, and it is Mr. Kerik’s intention that any funds contributed to the Trust will be used to defray legal expenses incurred by him during any civil or criminal investigations or court proceedings to which he may be a witness, subject or party, to reimburse him for any income taxes he incurs as a result of contributions to the Trust and income derived there from, and to pay any costs incident to creating, managing, and encouraging contributions to the Trust. In the event of Mr. Kerik’s death prior to the conclusion of any such investigation or proceeding, it is his intention that the funds in the Trust be used to defray any legal expenses incurred by his family. If any funds are left in the Trust once Mr. Kerik’s legal expenses have been paid in full, it is Mr. Kerik’s intention to donate the remainder of the funds in the Trust to a charity or charities to be determined at his discretion.

3. Are There Any Potential Tax Implications?

Your contribution to the Trust is not tax-deductible, and you may incur federal gift tax liability. However, an individual donor can make an annual tax-free gift of up to $12,000, and a married couple can make an annual tax-free gift of up to $24,000. However, you should consult your own accountant or tax advisor regarding your personal financial situation and any potential tax liability before making a contribution to the Trust.

IRS Circular 230 Disclosure: To ensure compliance with requirements imposed by the IRS, I inform you that any tax advice contained in this communication (including any attachments) was not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any matters addressed herein.

It's can vomit now. Get real...this idiot is still asking for "gifts". What a schmuck! Just like is BFF. Note the first line of his "donor's guide"...."Any contribution you make to the Trust will be treated as a gift to Mr. Kerik to be used at his discretion." Get it..HIS DISCRETION! Dirty, dirty, shady, shady. The only "gift" Kerik should receive is a jail cell..enough said

I wish I could have searched the site some more, but ugh..what a criminal. I had to leave.

related posts:
McCain peers into Rudy's soul..sees horrible judge in character
my other anti Rudy posts

Same Players. Different Scandal.

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