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The Auditor: Naming names in the Ferriero indictment

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The Auditor: Naming names in the Ferriero indictment
By The Auditor/The Star-Ledger
on September 15, 2013 at 7:21 AM, updated September 15, 2013 at 9:38 AM

It’s time for one of The Auditor’s favorite games: Name the public officials referred to anonymously in an indictment.

The 72-page federal corruption indictment of Joe Ferriero, the former Bergen County Democratic chairman, handed up Wednesday included many such opportunities, but The Auditor’s interest was piqued by only a few unidentified officials.

According to the indictment, Ferriero — accused of taking payments from the developer of the still-dormant Meadowlands complex formerly known as “Xanadu” to influence public officials — got a state senator to withdraw a bill that would have hurt the development.

Ding! Ding! Ding! Records show that was state Sen. Joseph Coniglio (D-Bergen), who served 16 months in federal prison for an unrelated corruption conviction.

https://blog.nj.com/njv_auditor/2013/09/the_auditor_naming_names_in_th.html

One thought on “The Auditor: Naming names in the Ferriero indictment

  1. Is this the same Democratic machine that Aronsohn is delivering the the Village doorstep?

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