It was a familiar walk out of the courthouse for William Boyland Jr. Tuesday, but it was a victorious march last time.
In a twist, it was Boyland fighting those old charges that allegedly led to some of the new ones, which can land him in prison for 30 years.
Federal prosecutors allege that Boyland proposed some real estate opportunities to a pair of would-be developers when he was short on legal funds last April.
He offered up a lucrative deal in an Atlantic City hotel, allegedly for the right price. Unbeknownst to Boyland, the developers were agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and they were recording it all.
The Daily News has a better account. What a stooge!
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Boyland busted again!
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:42 AM
Labels: atlantic city, bribery, Brooklyn, corruption, FBI, honest graft, tweeding
OMG ,this might be the G.O.P. corrupt culture that some commenters are texting about ???????
whu was there NO party identity from the Daily News ?
Oh Boy! Another dynasty is falling to pieces.
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