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B'KLYN PALS RALLY BEHIND DEM LEADER -- corrupt Dim is a "victim" {sob}
NY POST ^ | October 8, 2003 | TOM TOPOUSIS

Posted on 10/08/2003 3:40:22 AM PDT by Liz

Edited on 05/26/2004 5:17:00 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]

Under the looming threat of indictment, Brooklyn Democratic leader Clarence Norman Jr. received a boost yesterday from a dozen elected officials and a crowd of supporters at a rally - even as other Democrats quietly maneuvered to replace him.

Norman, sounding defiant, blasted Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes for "engaging in a persecution, as opposed to an investigation."

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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Extended News; Government; Politics/Elections
It's been reported that Norman is about to be indicted for selling judgeships, extorting contributions from candidates for party assistance who reportedly got nothing for their money. Clarence is also accused of using the Dumborat party's credit card for personal expeditures, running up huge bills (potential grand larceny charge) on pricey designer suits and shoes, hotels, gift and dinners,
1 posted on 10/08/2003 3:40:22 AM PDT by Liz
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