Thursday, February 11, 2010

Is This the Beginning of the End for the Jersey City Machine?

Mayor Jerramiah Healy's deputy mayor -- Leona Beldini -- has been convicted on two criminal counts stemming from the money that a cooperating federal witness -- Mr. Solomon Dwek -- liberally distributed to a variety of politicians in northern New Jersey and Jersey City in exchange for official favors for Mr. Dwek, who they mistakenly believed was a real estate developer who wanted their favors. See "Offcial guilty on 2 counts in NJ corruption trial," Daily (Feb. 11, 2010).

Let me again trumpet the fact that a team of my students in a course in fact investigation at Cardozo School Law undertook an investigation of Mayor Healy's administration about a year ago and found strong indications of possible corruption.


The dynamic evidence page

It's here: the law of evidence on Spindle Law. See also this post and this post.

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