From the Times Ledger:
The sentencing of former state Assemblyman Brian McLaughlin was adjourned until April in the latest delay in the ongoing legal case of the disgraced labor chief.
Manhattan Federal Court Judge Richard Sullivan postponed McLaughlin’s sentencing until April 6 at 2:15 p.m. in a court order issued Jan. 27.
It was the second time the sentencing of McLaughlin — who pleaded guilty to federal racketeering and false statements charges in March 2008 for stealing $2.2 million from labor groups, his political committee and a Little League — has been delayed since the former head of the Central Labor Council became a cooperating witness in the corruption case against Assemblyman Anthony Seminerio (D−Richmond Hill).
There was no official reason given for the adjournment of the case.
Keep your fingers crossed for more indictments.
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