Trial begins on western NY racketeeri...

Trial begins on western NY racketeering charges

There are 4 comments on the KRMG-AM Tulsa story from Jan 6, 2014, titled Trial begins on western NY racketeering charges. In it, KRMG-AM Tulsa reports that:

A trial begins in federal court in Buffalo this week for seven former labor leaders accused of racketeering in western New York.

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Since: Mar 08

Buffalo, NY

#1 Jan 7, 2014
They should all be shot.
big surprise

Buffalo, NY

#2 Jan 7, 2014
Criminal enterprise at it's finest. No wonder people get a hardon at unions with clowns like this doing the things they did.
dehm my nuts

United States

#3 Jan 7, 2014
lol its ok even the sheriffs department gambles. They just let the one guy retire to let the heat of them. you people have no clue of how many police fire and others who are doing it.

Lockport, NY

#4 Jan 7, 2014
Yikes. This is terrible. Not the way to convince people to join unions. I found a job after almost a year of looking and in all honesty I'm glad it's a union shop. Management doesn't mess with union employees like they do with non-union employees.

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