Breaking: According to Inquirer, Perzel Aide Halts Trial To Plead Guilty

Read more here in the Inquirer:

Brian Preski, one-time chief of staff to former state House Speaker John M. Perzel, interrupted his trial in the political corruption case known as “Computergate” this morning to plead guilty to 10 counts.

Among the charges to which Preski entered guilty pleas were two counts of theft and 3 counts of conflict of interest.

His former boss, Perzel, once the most powerful Republican in Philadelphia, previously pleaded guilty in the case.

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October 5th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Harrisburg, Top Stories | 1 Comment

One thought on “Breaking: According to Inquirer, Perzel Aide Halts Trial To Plead Guilty”

  1. Phightin Phils says:

    About time

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