NMB BREAKING NEWS: Wannabe cop killer scumbag gets seven years for fraud!



“Upstanding Citizen” Elton L. Bandoo, who attempted to murder North Miami Beach Police Officer Lino Diaz last February, just got his ass handed to him by the United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida.

According to a just released statement by U.S. Attorney Wilfredo A. Ferrer, Elton Lloyd Bandoo, a/k/a “Ebdaiceman”, was “sentenced to 84 months in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release, and was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $585,070, for his participation in stolen identity tax and unemployment insurance claims fraud schemes.”

Not only did this thug have in his possession personal information on approximately 27,000 victims, many of them deceased, but he filed fraudulent tax returns “seeking $1,073,112 in fraudulent refunds,” and had also requested “$11,804 in unauthorized payments on nine fraudulent unemployment insurance claims.”

Bandoo’s criminal lawyer (and Phyllis Smith Campaign Donor), Seth LaVey was no match for South Florida’s Prosecutor Extraordinaire, who regularly racks up wins against the best in the business.  (See Ben Kuehne-slash-Lucie Tondreau.)

After he was arrested for trying to kill Officer Diaz, Bandoo’s lawyer told the press that his client “is the victim in this case … this is a good kid.”

Here’s a news flash, Mr. LaVey:  “Good kids” don’t steal identities, commit insurance fraud, or try to murder police officers!

Just saying.

The good news is that while Elton L. Bandoo is behind bars, there’s one less would-be cop killer on the loose.

The bad news is that … oh, wait!  There is no bad news.

Except for maybe Lawyer LaVey, who won’t be getting that lawyer fee any time soon.

Oh, darn.

While Bandoo cools his heels in Wilfredo A. Ferrer’s hoosegow, his attempted first degree murder trial is still pending.

Stephanie Kienzle
“Spreading the Wealth”

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  1. Barbara M. George says:

    Great news for the good people—for a change!


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  2. Maria says:


    My personal opinion, is that the punishment is not enough for that kind of crime. I would feel much better if he got thirty years instead of seven


    1. Stephanie Kienzle says:

      He did accept a plea deal instead of going to trial. Maybe he didn’t want to risk getting a longer sentence by a judge or a jury.

      He’s still facing attempted murder charges in the circuit court. There’s a good chance he won’t be getting out any time soon.


  3. Jack Mahogoff says:

    I wonder what his momma has to say now? When her good little boy attempted to kill police officer Diaz two years ago, she claimed “He’s such a Good Boy!!”


  4. Tom says:

    Oh shut up, media will spin anything and anyone who believes the media without knowing the entire story is stupid. Police busted in without proper notice and you idiots fail to realize that. Then one of you have the nerve to say he deserves 30 over 7 like he actually killed or raped someone. Go read a book


    1. Stephanie Kienzle says:

      And you’re a bigger moron for not knowing the entire story. The police did not “bust in without proper notice.” They were wearing clearly marked uniforms and announced themselves. Of course, since you’re in North Carolina and not North Miami Beach, and you don’t live among thugs like Bandoo, you have no clue what you’re talking about. Just because you’re a cop-hating POS doesn’t mean you know what happened here.

      Truth does not need to be spun. But you, sir, need to get your head out of your ass.

      Have a nice day! 🙂


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