Democratic political consultant Hank Morris and a top lieutenant to disgraced former New York Comptroller Alan Hevesi were indicted Thursday in a scheme to trade lucrative investments in the state pension fund for more than $30 million in kickbacks, gifts and campaign contributions, the New York Post reported.
The 123-count indictment against Morris and former state pension-fund manager David Loglisci stems from a two-year pay-to-play probe by state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo. Read More
How many more democrats will be caught in the Pay to play Schemes. Talking about corrupt republicans the democrats seem to have then beat in this contest of which party is corrupt the most! Congratulations democrats!