Former Senate leader falls less than two weeks after Silver verdictBy Matthew Hamilton Updated 2:30 pm, Friday, December 11, 2015 Times Union
Two additional charges of extortion and solicitation of bribes related to Adam Skelos' no-show employment by a medical malpractice insurance company, a job secured at the request of his father, were added in a superseding indictment handed down in July.
Some of the most damning evidence against the father and son were drawn from wiretaps.Read more...
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Cuomo: Skelos Conviction Should Be a ‘Wakeup Call’ for the LegislatureBy Ross Barkan • 12/11/15 3:40pm OBSERVER News
“There can be no tolerance for those who use, and seek to use, public service for private gain. The justice system worked today,” Mr. Cuomo said.