Saturday, January 30, 2010

More corruption in New Jersey

You might want to read about this former con artist, Ponzi schemer, who is trying to follow Frank Abagnale's career path by working for the government to fight corruption. His name is Solomon Dwek and his latest case involved video taping hundreds of conversations with government officials in New Jersey. This NY Times article explains that Mr. Dwek's videos provided evidence to file charges against 44 individuals "including three mayors, two assemblymen and a handful of rabbis."

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