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UPDATE: Feds plan to pursue new fraud charges against Bruno

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Federal prosecutors plan to pursue new fraud charges against former state Senate leader Joseph Bruno despite the U.S. Supreme Court’s rejection of some other convictions for “honest services” fraud. Bruno, 81, was convicted on two charges and acquitted on five others after a monthlong trial last year. Prosecutors said taxpayers were denied honest services from Bruno because he concealed business interests that benefited from his public post as the longtime Republican leader of the state ...

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clifford
November 16, 2010
9:38 p.m.

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It's a high profile case- so win at any cost for the feds. They already spent millions on a case that was a loser so what's a million or so more? Sad!

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