Beware the Bernies: Bernard Kerik, New York City’s former police commissioner, has been indicted by a federal grand jury for concealing corruption during a 2004 vetting process to become Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. According to the indictment, Kerik helped secure permits for a group of contractors to work for the city. Soon after, the contractors spent $255,000 renovating Kerik’s apartment in Riverdale—a fact he neglected to mention and later denied while being vetted by the White House in 2004. If convicted, Kerik could be sent to jail for five years.
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