Monday, November 23, 2009

PI Witnessed ACORNies Dumping Sensitive Docs Into Trash

It's ACORN again.

A private investigator has been watching ACORN. One day he was surveilling an ACORN office from outside.
After ACORN staff left for the day, he says, he searched the trash bin and discovered more than 20,000 documents he believes point to illicit relationships between ACORN and a bank and a labor union — as well as confidential information that could put thousands at risk for identity theft.

"We're talking people's driver's license numbers, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, bank account numbers, tax returns, credit reports" — all tossed in public view in the Dumpster, he said.

In one document shared with, an ACORN employee's name, address, date of birth, Social Security number and driver's license number were revealed, and photocopies of the employee's license and Social Security card were also included. Another document showed bank account information for a woman paying an ACORN membership fee by check.

"It was just a careless disregard for the people that ACORN claimed to be helping," Roach told "They put these people at risk."

And still Attorney General Eric Holder of the Obamacrat Reich refuses to investigate ACORN.

Something stinks. And it ain't squirrel dung.