Ex-Newark Watershed Manager Pleads Guilty in Corruption CaseBy
Donald Bernard admits taking $956,948 from contractors
Four have been charged in U.S. probe of bankrupt entity
A former manager for a nonprofit that oversaw Newark, New Jersey’s water supply pleaded guilty to corruption charges as U.S. prosecutors investigate the bankrupt entity’s activities while Cory Booker was mayor.
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