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Thursday, June 19, 2008

Taste of Prison Leaves NY Pol Chatty

And good sources say the feds can't get her to stop talking.....

The New York Post by ALEX GINSBERG - June 19, 2008

A Brooklyn appeals judge yesterday sprang disgraced ex-assemblywoman Diane Gordon from prison, issuing a stay of sentence that allows her to remain free until her appeal is decided. Justice Steven Fisher ordered Gordon, 58, released on $100,000 bail from Bedford Hills Correctional Facility in Westchester, where she was set to begin a 2-to-6-year sentence. The former assemblywoman was convicted in April of promising to help a shady developer win a contract to develop a piece of city land, in exchange for an offer to build her a $500,000 home in a gated community.


Anonymous said...

who got to the Judge? Stev Fisher could always be reached, if you know what I mean, so who and how much? Or did Diane have something on somebody and they did the right thing? This is really very interesting.

Anonymous said...

I bet they can a lot more to talk also.

Anonymous said...

the questions is will she rat out ALL her old friends (including lawyers) or just a select few?

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