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New York Republican is off to jail« Thread Started on May 14

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New York Republican is off to jail« Thread Started on May 14

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New York Republican is off to jail« Thread Started on May 14, 2006, 8:57am » --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Powerful New York Republican is off to jail. Only 1 message in topic - view as tree From: Harry Hope - view profile Date: Sat, May 13 2006 3:59 pm Email: Harry Hope <> Groups: alt.politics.republicans, alt.impeach.bush, alt.politics.usa, alt.politics.democrats.d,, alt.rush-limbaugh, alt.politics Not yet ratedRating: From New York Newsday, 5/13/06: ... 45may13,... 4cf1dMcGowan off to jail BY RICK BRAND Newsday Staff Writer Former Islip Supervisor Pete McGowan, once Suffolk's most powerful Republican, traded in a navy blue running suit Friday for what jail officials call a "set of greens" - his prison uniform - to start a 90-day sentence in a minimum-security dormitory in Yaphank that he's sharing with 32 other inmates. Driven by a friend, McGowan, 69, arrived at the Arthur Cromarty Criminal Court Complex in Riverhead to surrender shortly before noon. He walked into the courthouse in a steady rain, shielded by a tan and green golf umbrella and wearing a windbreaker over a white T-shirt and blue nylon pants with white stripes. At the door, McGowan was joined by his attorney, Raymond Perini. Sentenced May 4 to 90 days in jail, 420 hours of community service and five years' probation for taking campaign kickbacks and misusing campaign funds, McGowan appeared again before Acting Supreme Court Justice Michael Mullen after getting an extra week to deal with what Mullen termed "medical problems."
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