Skip to comments.Ex-Hartford, Conn., mayor gets 3 years in prison
Posted on 09/14/2010 12:04:53 PM PDT by Phlap
A judge on Tuesday sentenced former Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez to three years in prison for taking a bribe and attempted extortion, saying he had to be held accountable for his actions despite all his good deeds.
Hartford Superior Court Judge Julia Dewey said Perez also must serve three years of probation after the jail time.
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Note to self. No political party mention AGAIN. We know he’s a Demorat for sure.
Yeah, this guy was the pro-illegal alien backer, right? Probably forgot a payoff or two.
Hartford - America’s File Cabinet.
DEMOCRAT - elected because of his race. We use to have MAYOR MIKE, now there was a mayor!!
I’m assuming this guy was a democrat since the article when out of its way not to mention this.
Hartford was recently ranked third (below Buffalo, N.Y. and and Flint, MI) as one of the 'Ten Deadest Cities in America' (by the website 'Wall Street 24/7') . In now-disgraced Mayor Eddie Perez, Hartford residents got the mayor they wanted - and deserved.
Hello Ms. Reitz,
I am curious, for the former Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez corruption story, not once did you mention his party affiliation. I wonder if this were a GOP mayor if the “balanced” AP would have included that? Of course they would have, they are APObama!
Of course, because AP is no longer a credible news source, like TIME, WaPo, NYT, McClatchey, USA Today, ABCNBCCBSCNNMSNBCPSBNPR and the other so-called “mainstream media” have sold their souls to Left Wing/Democrat causes and their journalistic integrity is completely absent.
More Liberal lies of omission. Less circulation. Less ad dollars. More layoffs. More shuttered newsrooms.
Brings a tear to my eye. Hope you can make a latte’.
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