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  Ex-lawman convicted in corruption case gets $1.38M in taxpayer dollars for nonprofit July 25, 2015 Edward Morris Sr., 65, the executive director of the Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame, pleaded guilty in 2001 to charges that included defrauding the government while he was a Suffolk County undersheriff and the sheriff's campaign treasurer. Records concerning the organization show that despite Morris' felony conviction, the Hall has received assistance from Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and District Attorney Thomas Spota, while other local politicians have helped it secure federal, state, county and town grants.


Bellone also helped get Morris office and storage space for the Hall at the Timber Point Golf Course in Great River, another public facility. A county lease shows the Hall is paying a total of $500 monthly for more than 550 square feet of office space and roughly 300 square feet of storage space. Besides grants, records show the Hall has also had assistance from political campaigns. Since 2000, the organization has received at least $33,530 in donations or in-kind assistance from the campaigns of elected officials, including: $3,360 from late Legis. William J. Lindsay; $2,225 from then-Suffolk Comptroller Joe Sawicki; $1,600 from then-Suffolk treasurer and current Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter.