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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Feds Crush New Jersey Election Lawyer, Ex-Hoboken Mayor

Hudson County, New Jersey, a place where former Governor Brendan Byrne remarked he wanted to die in, so he could stay active in politics. A place where politicians march in parades one day and march into prison the next (see Guy Catrillo).

Another Hudson County politician will get ground into powder today (according to early reports); former Hoboken kid mayor Peter Cammarano, who was on tape accepting a bribe from David Esenbach (real name: Solomon Dwek), will plead guilty today in Newark federal court.

Peter Cammarano III was elected mayor of Hoboken just weeks before being busted in the Bid Rig takedown of dozens of New Jersey politicians (including the aforementioned Guy Catrillo) and a few rabbis.

Cammarano practiced election law under the wing of noted Democratic lawyer Angelo Genova.

So far, all guilty pleas except for Leona Beldini who was convicted of two counts and acquitted on four counts at trial.

Cammarano's plea is no surprise as prior pleadings on the docket supported the inference that there were plea negotiations with the government.

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