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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Crony Justice, New Jersey Style? Questions, Questions...

So is this why Chris Christie didn't run for President -- or why he wasn't selected to be Romney's Vice President? (Or maybe this is why Christie earlier declared he wouldn't serve in Romney's Cabinet -- as attorney general? -- because he suspects he would not survive confirmation?)
Consider the following: After bouncing two checks for a total of $50 MILLION, caught-dead-to-rights admitted felon Solomon Dwek -- the "moser" of Deal, NJ -- fingers a whole bunch of people as criminals in corruption, fraud, tax evasion, kidney brokering, etc. (Dwek would later try to claim he suffered from compulsive criminality to get a shorter jail sentence.) The United States Attorney's Office in Newark had to wade through all these Dwekian allegations. How did the NJUSAO determine whether Dwek was telling the truth? Did politics play a role in determining who got investigated, who got charged with a crime, and perhaps who is even in jail today?
The presently unfolding events surrounding now-Governor Christie's nomination of former county sheriff Joseph Oxley to be a judge on a county court may shed some light.  See the latest coverage including this article at http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2012/10/gov_christie_charges_dems_with.html.
Eric Dixon is a New York corporate lawyer who handles investigative matters.

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