CityTime Actors Sentenced to 20 Years Each in Prison

, New York Law Journal


Three men convicted in the massive kickback and bribery scheme in New York City's payroll modernization program were each sentenced to 20 years in prison Monday.

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  • chorwitz

    How was this allowed to go on for so long without these crooks being caught? Once again, this reeks of favoritism, blind eye by the mayor‘s guys, and absolutely no supervision of these crooks while they stole every dime in sight. Meanwhile, teachers have no resources for classrooms, students are failing because not enough teachers, courts are so backed up that the work of the judicial system is often stymied, and on and on. Does any one really care??

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