Two archdiocese employees accused of stealing funds for Bronx and city kids

The Archdiocese of New York has accused two of its own employees of cheating the Head Start Program and plenty of Bronx and city children. Ruth Ramos and Nora Fuery are accused of pocketing hundreds of thousands of dollars that was supposed to go to programs for needy children in the Bronx and city. A federal audit caught the discrepancies and both women were fired last Friday after they refused to resign. Ramos and Fuery deny any wrongdoing and an investigation is underway.

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