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Friday, November 20, 2009

New Jersey Among Top Three...in Corruption, Says Outgoing Top G-Man

The outgoing top FBI agent in New Jersey, Weysan Dun, characterizes New Jersey as among the top three most corrupt states in the nation, according to this report to appear in the Saturday, November 21st Star-Ledger of Newark, NJ.     The other top three states are Illinois (home of former Governor Rod Blagojevich) and Louisiana (from which came former Congressman William Jefferson, the man most well known for keeping his money cool in a freezer with the veggies...not that there's anything wrong with that!). 

Will this ranking change after the investigation of the New York City City Council slush funds involving public funds going to phantom, nonexistent "non-profit" organizations concludes?

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