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Monday, February 1, 2010

Solomon Dwek Hurting Feds' Credibility: Crime, Politics and Policy Was First On That Topic

The Solomon Dwek -- er, Leona Beldini -- federal corruption trial resumed this morning in Newark.   The Star-Ledger's columnist Bob Braun weighed in this morning (click here) on the issue of the federal authorities' wisdom in using Dwek, whom Braun describes as "repugnant."
This issue was first addressed by Crime, Politics and Policy in various articles throughout January 2010 and, most recently, in articles on both Friday, January 29th and Sunday, January 31st.  Please scroll down and see for yourself. 

It is nice to shape the debate every so often.

The defense attorneys (here, Brian Neary, he of the bow tie) will make Solomon Dwek the focus.   The prosecutors will try to get the jury to focus on what the tapes have defendant Beldini saying.   Let's hope the prosecutors are intellectually honest enough to avoid trying to recharacterize what is said (or not said) and conjure a story out of thin air in order to pad their resumes.

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