2008_09_beers.jpgNassau County audited the Leadership Training Institute, which Newsday describes as an "agency that housed troubled teens," and found it had overcharged counties by $834,000. And the Hempstead non-profit used the money on "beer and violent video games" and "$47,865 in bonuses to its workers in violation of its contract with the county." Okay, maybe it's only $27 for a case of beer, but they did spend $2,807 on an X-Box and games. LTI says the beer may have been purchased accidentally and told Newsday that the video games "were no more violent than what is seen on television in the evening."