Posted on May 9, 2012

I want everyone to know that I started this blog to deal with Sexual Abuses and 13 stepping in AA, but the stories about financial abuse is huge and growing in the news when it comes to 12 step meetings, its culture and all that it implies.  DO NOT TRUST ANYONE IN ANY 12 step program.


Cosmo was convicted of felony fraud and swindle in 1999 and sentenced to 21 months in prison. He was released in August 2000, according to the U.S. Bureau of Prisons.

Cosmo was working for a brokerage at the time of his conviction. He lost his National Association of Securities Dealers license.

 Step 2 –

Then he gets only a few years and Judge sends him to Gamblers Anonymous, for help.

” I guess it didn’t help!

Cosmo’s attorney Richard Levitt said his client has struggled with a gambling addiction since he was a student at MacArthur High School in Levittown, attending Gamblers Anonymous meetings, getting counseling at South Oaks Hospital in Amityville, and even taking Prozac to help suppress his voracious habit. Levitt suggested that Cosmo was powerless when it came to placing bets and other risk-taking behavior.

Doesn’t the Judge know that the BLIND IS LEADING THE ” BLIND” in 12 step culture. It’s not a professional setting.

Steppers Beware- Keep A tight watch on your Money- Never Invest with a 12 Stepper Read Full Story Here…


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