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Convicted State Senator Keeps Pay During Indefinite Leave

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

Convicted State Senator Keeps Pay During Indefinite Leave

Imagine getting convicted for multiple felonies and taking an “indefinite” leave of absence from work with no cut in your lucrative pay or threat of losing your job. This may sound delusional, but it’s the real-life story of a veteran legislator in the nation’s most populous state. His name is…

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

91-year-old Mayor Guilty Of Stealing Town Funds

Illustrating that public corruption has no age limit or boundary, the 91-year-old mayor of a tiny Alabama town has been convicted of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from city coffers and a chunk of the cash went to her live-in boyfriend. The story comes from River Falls, a quaint…


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