Gardner News: The owner of a Westminster transportation company was sentenced Monday, Nov. 4, in Worcester Superior Court for Medicaid fraud. Michael J. Davini, 59, of Rindge, N.H., was sentenced by Judge William J. Ritter to one year in prison, followed by five years of probation for charges that include two counts of larceny over $250, two counts, Medicaid false claims, two counts, kickbacks, one count. His company, Rite Way LLC, also pleaded guilty to two counts of Medicaid false claims. He was also given a 2½ year suspended sentence and ordered to pay $4.2 million restitution. During his probation, he is prohibited from involvement in federal or state health care programs. Davini pleaded guilty to the charges on Oct. 24 in Worcester Superior Court. The state attorney general’s office alleged that he and his company defrauded the government of $19 million between 2011 and 2015, when Rite Way ceased operations. The company provided members of MassHealth and the state Medicaid program with non-emergency transportation to methadone clinics.
So basically this douchebag steals $19 million from the taxpayers and only has to pay back $4 million of it and take a year off to spend some time in minimum security prison and think about what he’s done.
Philly Flatulence here owned a transportation business and his main gig was apparently picking up methadone patients and bringing them get their methadone on the state’s dime (yes, we pay for that with Medicaid). Apparently he got a little greedy, to the tune of $19 FREAKING million, and he began billing the state for customers who were already dead. He charged the taxpayers to drive his able bodied friends around, claiming they were in wheelchairs, and even paid cash kickbacks to MassHealth members to recruit more people to use his services.
And did I mention that he laundered over $5 million of the stolen profits into an investment brokerage firm, moved $3 million into an account under his wife’s name, transferred the titles of two homes that he owns under his wife’s name, and somehow she isn’t being charged in this. She is, however, complaining about how unfair the media is on Facebook.
Bitch this is the most underreported story in the news, and your fat criminal husband should be in jail for the rest of his life! He didn’t steal a few thousand dollars. He defrauded ALL OF US out of $19 million so that you could have nice things, you thieving, selfish ho bag.
In the meantime they’ve been living the life of luxury. They own a $900,000 house in Rindge, NH, a Maine beach house, a luxury townhouse in Florida, and a buttload of assets including real estate holdings and cars. They spared no expenses getting Bruins box seat playoff tickets for the fam.
And getting married in an exotic location.
Who wore it better?
Looks like they’re selling this one to help pay off the $4.2 million they were ordered to pay the taxpayers of Massachusetts.
Michele happens to be the owner of Davini Real Estate LLC too.
When you Google them you’ll see that they buy and sell property in cities and towns all over. So there’s no FREAKING way she wasn’t in on this. Yet she gets a pass.
But why the hell are they being given a $15 million credit? If you steal $19 million from the taxpayers you should have to pay back $40 million, not $4 million. And this beyoch has the nerve to complain. These people should be destitute and thanking God they committed a crime in a state where you’re allowed to pretty much do whatever you want.
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