Just before she was removed from her position as manager of the telefunding office at Symphony Center, Jacqueline Berkaw was the subject of an internal investigation conducted by the CSO.
An outside computer expert was tasked with examining her computer activity to see what if any computer related frauds she had committed. Given her history of credit card fraud, identity theft, bank fraud, and related crimes, it was a prudent moved on the part of the CSO.
At one point during her final days in the office she lost access to most if not all of the files on her computer’s desktop.
The question is: What did the CSO find?
Berkaw had access to thousands of credit cards belonging to contributors to the CSO.
Have you or anyone you know ever contributed money to the CSO?
Have you or anyone you know ever given the CSO your credit card number?
Legally the CSO is not required to tell the police or the public what they found.
Morally, the CSO should tell all of it’s patrons, past, present and future, what they found.
But as we’ve seen, the board of directors at the CSO have the conscience of a crack whore setting a dumpster on fire.
Why not contact the CSO and ask them if Berkaw stole your credit card?