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  1. Anonymous says:

    Michael, I understand everything you are going through. After going to college and paying into this rotten system for over 30 years, I was told that I could be a cafeteria attendant. My home is in foreclosure, I lost Cobra benefits, no healthcare, no more treatment for my “fake” disability. Now I have to find a job in a cafeteria, where I will probably have to steal food to feed my family. Its Disgusting!

  2. Anonymous says:

    City police arrested a judge for the Social Security Administration on charges that he groped two women and kissed one of them against her will, police said.

    Sridhar Boini, 42, 215 Marcaby Lane, South Abington Twp., faces two counts of indecent assault.

    The first occurred July 26 when Judge Boini returned to his office at 409 Lackawanna Ave. after lunch, police said.

    He called a female security officer into his chambers, kissed her and grabbed her breasts without her consent, police said. The woman told investigators Judge Boini smelled of alcohol at the time.

    The Times-Tribune does not identify victims of sexual assault.

    While city police Detective Vince Uher investigated the incident, he learned that Judge Boini had grabbed another woman’s breasts in the Social Security office on June 30, 2011, according to a news release.

    Judge Boini was arraigned Friday and released on $25,000 unsecured bail. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for Nov. 19.

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  3. Michael Pandolfo says:

    At my hearing he questioned my alcohol problem now I come to find out he has a drinking and sexual problem. I have worked continuously from the age of 15(even younger but won’t go there) until my disability at age 57. My case is now in appeal and I am in chapter 7, my car was repossessed 3 weeks ago and I will be losing my house shortly. Sure all you people that were approved think he is fair. he was probably drunk when he heard your case! As far as I’m concerned if he is convicted of sexual offense and drinking on the job he should get everything he’s entitled to!

  4. Anonymous says:

    I represent claimants at the Wilkes-Barre hearing office and know many other representative who do so as well. None of us have received any decisions under this ALJs name in more than 4 months. My assistant has spoken with staff in the office, and cases previous assigned to him are being decided by other ALJs, so it is unlikely that any decisions issued recently were by this ALJ. Several other ALJs have rather low rates of favorable decisions so the problem may be systemic.

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