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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

CR. NO: 1:CR-03

v.

 

AMY PULASKI

1.03 CR 146
M.J. Smyser

INFORMATION

COUNT 1

THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CHARGES THAT:

  1. At all times material and pertinent to this Information, the Labors, AFL-CIO, District Counsel of Eastern Pennsylvania was a labor organization affecting commerce within the meaning of Sections 402 (i) and 402(j) of Title 29, United States Code. The defendant, AMY PULASKI, was employed by this labor organization as a receptionist and clerk. In this capacity, PULASKI, has access to union check registers and disbursement journals.
  2. Beginning on or about July, 2000 and continuing up thorough on or about March, 2001 the Middle District of Pennsylvania, the defendant-

AMY PULASKI

did knowingly and willfully make materially false entries in records required to be maintained by Section 436 of Title 29, United States Code, that is, union disbursement journals, a record on matters required to be reported in the annual financial report of the union required to be filed with The Secretary of Labor in order to conceal PULASKI’s theft of approximately $3,602.63 from this Labor organization.

All in violation of Title 29, United States Code, Section 439(c).

/SIGNED/
THOMAS A. MARINO
UNITED STATES ATTORNEY

6-10-03
DATE