Ex-NJ Turnpike employee admits role in money laundering scheme
A former New Jersey Turnpike Authority employee pleaded guilty today to money laundering in connection with a long-running federal loan-sharking sting.
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#1 Dec 3, 2008
Money Laundering and ties to all kinds of other shady dealings, but "He never was charged with abusing his position". I guess that means he gets to keep his pension and medical coverage. Geeze if you or I were to do something like that everything we owned would be seized. And again he's tied to the big problem in New jersey. yet everyone thinks these were just isolated acts of theft, deception and money laundering. New Jersey residents need to get off their butts and take a good look where all their money is going
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