From the NY Post:
Embattled city Comptroller John Liu is not yet out of the woods in the criminal probe of his campaign fund-raising activities, sources said yesterday.
A report published yesterday suggested that Liu would not be personally charged in the case.
Prosecutors are far from clearing Liu or shutting the door on the case — and still haven’t ruled out filing charges against him or his campaign manager, Chung Seto, at a later date, a federal law-enforcement insider told The Post.
“The investigation isn’t getting closed. It will remain active. There are still things that can be done,” the source said.
And one of the current defendants is apparently a mental case besides being corrupt.