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Topic - Ralphiel Mack
The mayor of New Jersey's struggling capital city was convicted of bribery, fraud and extortion Friday, joining a long list of New Jersey mayors guilty of corruption in recent years.
A federal jury Friday found Trenton Mayor Tony Mack and his brother, Ralphiel, participated in a scheme to take money in exchange for developing a downtown parking garage. The deal was fictitious and part of a government sting.
The mayor of New Jersey's capital city was painted by prosecutors in closing arguments at his corruption trial Tuesday as an eager participant in a bribery scheme involving a fictitious downtown development project and a wisecracking local steak shop owner who acted as the middleman.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The mayor of New Jersey's capital city agreed to sell a piece of downtown land at less than half its value in exchange for thousands of dollars in bribes, a government prosecutor contended in opening statements Thursday in the trial of the mayor and his brother, a local football coach.
Federal agents arrested the mayor of New Jersey's capital city early Monday as part of an ongoing corruption investigation into bribery allegations related to a parking garage project that was concocted as part of an FBI sting operation.
TRENTON, N.J. | Federal agents arrested the mayor of New Jersey's capital city early Monday as part of an ongoing corruption investigation into bribery allegations related to a parking garage project that was concocted as part of an FBI sting operation.
Ralphiel Mack, conceded that his client received $2,500 from Giorgianni but said there was no evidence that it was a bribe or that it was to be given to his brother.