From the Daily News:
The day disgraced Assemblyman Brian McLaughlin pleaded guilty to an astonishing array of corruption charges, he promised to pay back everybody he stole from - including a Queens Little League team.
That was two years ago.
Yet none of his victims - who are owed more than $845,000 - have been repaid.
That means $90,085 that should be sitting in the Electchester Athletic Association's Little League coffers isn't yet there.
"Any money that would go to the kids would be appreciated," Peggy Hackett, a team coach, said last week.
The team's lawyer said he has yet to receive a response to several letters sent to Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, whose office is responsible for doling out the cash.
"There's not been even a clue as to what's happening with the claim," lawyer Norman Rothfeld said.
Rothfeld said he's also trying to find out what happened to the $276,383 McLaughlin was ordered to repay the electrical workers union. McLaughlin also still owes $268,821 to the NY Central Labor Council, $32,274 to the state Assembly, $19,475 to a Queens political club and $153,939 to Welsbach Electric of College Point.