From the NY Post:
Hank Morris -- a top political adviser to disgraced ex-state Comptroller Alan Hevesi imprisoned in a pay-to-play pension fund scam – was granted parole in his fourth bid for freedom, state officials said today.
Morris had served 26 months behind bars after pleading guilty to securities fraud, admitting he used his connections to Hevesi to get millions of dollars for himself form firms seeking state pension fund business.
The state Parole Board approved Morris’ release in a decision on Monday after a state judge ordered a new hearing after claiming the board had unfairly held up the convict’s release by “inexplicably” failing to consider evidence in Morris’ favor.
Morris, 59, could be released June 3 or sooner.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Hank Morris on his way out of prison
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:17 AM
Labels: Alan Hevesi, fraud, hank morris, parole, prison
Another down. How many more crooks to go?
It would be a dream come true...if cousins John Liu and Tommy Huang were slapped into "the slammer"...and forced to do the "jailhouse rock" with Bubba!
What a creep.
millions of dollars and friendly political lawyers of the court kept others indicted from going to prison. so much for political cronyism of the left.
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