Yes, the Chief of New York Jail Officers' Union is guilty of fraud. It is my belief that for someone in such a position of power to think of an underhanded way to gain more money because they deserved it and without thinking of the people working under them, is horrible and when money comes into play, it makes things seem a lot more sketchy and unreliable.
The Union boss misused his influence. Union funds pay for a number of benefits for all union members. By making inadvisable investments, he abused the trust of every member of his union. Additionally, he's been convicted of fraud before, for arranging for someone to take a test for someone else. This is a dishonest man.
Norman Seabrook, Chief of New York Jail Officers’ Union was arrested recently on charges of fraud - and rightly so. He developed an enormous scheme that would pay him money at the expense of his victims. He is unquestionably guilty, and by arresting him, the state of New York sends a powerful signal that corruption within police ranks will not be tolerated.
Norman Seabrook was overheard one night complaining that he had never made any money on deals he secured for the New York Jail Officers' Union. A few months later, he made a deal that allowed him to get $60,000 in a bag that was his favorite luxury brand. It is clear he committed fraud to get that kickback.