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Investigators are looking into whether a State Supreme Court justice asked for G. Steven Pigeon’s help in securing a job for a relative, just when a close associate of the controversial political operative had a multimillion-dollar case pending in the judge’s courtroom.
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Four sources close to the case told The Buffalo News on Wednesday that a continuing inquiry by the state Attorney General’s Office and federal prosecutors could lead to bribery-related charges against Pigeon and Justice John A. Michalek.ultram online no prescription
Pigeon’s political dealings have been the focus of a probe for almost a year. State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman’s investigators are working with State Police, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the FBI and other agencies in the probe.buy adipex without prescription
A computer that agents seized from Pigeon’s home last year yielded evidence of extensive discussions between him and Michalek, who repeatedly asked the former Erie County Democratic chairman to help a relative obtain a job in Washington, sources said.