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Topic - Michael Mcgrath
A former investment banker serving a 14-year prison sentence for a New Jersey fraud scheme testified Monday that he helped arrange and disguise a $50,000 bribe to former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin.
An ex-con was charged with aggravated murder in the death of a 5-year-old girl who was shot in the head while sitting in a vehicle with her mother.
Cleveland police in 2004 knocked on the door of the house where three women were being held captive, but nobody answered, said a city spokesman at Tuesday's press conference on the abduction and rescue of teens taken nearly 10 years ago.
McGrath said his only discussion with Nagin came after the money was paid to Stone Age LLC, the company Nagin and his sons owned.
In detailing the alleged Nagin bribe, McGrath said the paperwork indicating the $50,000 was for an interest in Nagin's family company was phony.