Bernie Kerik's Misconduct Allegation
Back when Bernie Kerik withdrew as Bush's nominee for Homeland Security Chief, there were allegations of misconduct.
The New York Times today reports:
New Jersey officials said yesterday that Bernard B. Kerik abused his position as New York City correction commissioner in the late 1990's by accepting tens of thousands of dollars from a construction company that he was helping to pursue business with the city. They say the company has long had ties to organized crime.
After Kerik withdrew his name from consideration for HSC Chief, the New Jersey Gaming Commission began an investigation.
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