Hevesi pleads guilty to felony corruption charge

10/8/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

Former New York State Comptroller Alan Hevesi pleaded guilty to a felony corruption charge and admitted accepting almost $1 million in travel, campaign contributions and other benefits from a money manager who had received $250 million in investments from New York's Common Retirement Fund run by Hevesi. This marks the seventh conviction from the investigation by state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, who is also the Democratic nominee for governor of New York.

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