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Re: “The Ted Suhl trial, day 4: A problem for the prosecution

$240,000 donated to 15th street COGIC that probation officer and former state rep/DHS deputy director has direct ties to -that's not suspicious at all. I'm sure the Suhl family handed out a quarter mill to churches all over the state that didn't have a direct influence on his company profiting- yea right!! Although he certainly could afford to with what he was billing Medicaid. Why is Carter serving his sentence but Jones is not? It's like something has transpired over the last several months where Jones seems to miraculously been blessed with an abundance of legal knowledge that just so happens to benefit the defense that wasn't there for his own. Maybe while being out of work he's been spending time at the law library. The most important factor in this case is not the greed of a few adults but instead the patients/children. The ones who have broken the law who are at risk. They live in poverty in neighborhoods full of crime. You know the ones, the ones in need of counseling. Who have guardians or parents who probably have no idea if they have ever even actually received counseling.This has been in the news for two years maybe? Where are the parents grandparents relatives of former patients or former patients that received counseling services from Suhl's companies? Years of offering services to 1000s of youth, where are the ones speaking out about what a Godly man Mr Suhl is and rushing to his defense. Why are they not saying how beneficial and life changing his counseling services were. How many schools were his counselors a part of? Is there a teacher or school counselor that has come forward to praise the services their students received from Suhl's company? Where is everyone? Strange isn't it? $125 million dollars worth of counseling hours later seems odd not to have 100s of stories being told by families schools and patients and their positive experiences. $125 million spent and not a single person to tell about it. Hmmmmmmm

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Posted by justme121 on 07/19/2016 at 3:28 AM

Re: “The trial of Ted Suhl, day 3: "I had friends that were fishes"

Just a few things that need clearing up. Why would you need anyone to call or speak to someone on your behalf? If Suhl had a question about DHS, Ark Medicaid or its policies why not call DHS and speak to Mr Jones directly. Given Mr Carter's reputation and his position as a juvenile officer Mr Jones with the position he was in should have just simply said have Mr Suhl call my office and I will discuss this with him directly. If I can't help him I will put him in charge with someone who can. Mr Suhl and Mr Jones seem like intelligent men to me for what reason would you need the part time preacher, driver, store clerk, yard mowing probation officer involved in this aspect of your business? Why would you need to have more than one phone conversation with him regarding one another? Did Mr Suhl not know whom to contact at DHS? 20 million dollars a year through Ark Medicaid yet he needs the help of Carter because he's so unfamiliar with DHS and what to do. Seems a little suspicious to me.

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Posted by justme121 on 07/19/2016 at 12:49 AM


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