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'''Eddie Perez''' (born 1957 in Corozal, Puerto Rico) currently serves as the [[Democrat]]ic Mayor of Hartford, [[Connecticut]]. On June 18, 2010 he was convicted of five corruption charges, including taking a bribe and attempted extortion. The trial focused on allegations that Perez accepted home improvements from a city contractor in return for keeping him on a lucrative $2.4 million construction project, and tried to extort a developer into paying $100,000 to a political ally. <ref>http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/06/18/hartford-mayor-eddie-perez-convicted-corruption/</ref>
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'''Eddie Perez''' (born 1957 in Corozal, Puerto Rico) currently serves as the [[Democrat]]ic Mayor of Hartford, [[Connecticut]]. On June 18, 2010 he was convicted of five corruption charges, including taking a bribe and attempted extortion. The trial focused on allegations that Perez accepted home improvements from a city contractor in return for keeping him on a lucrative $2.4 million construction project, and tried to extort a developer into paying $100,000 to a political ally.<ref>http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/06/18/hartford-mayor-eddie-perez-convicted-corruption/</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 19:38, 27 June 2016

Eddie Perez (born 1957 in Corozal, Puerto Rico) currently serves as the Democratic Mayor of Hartford, Connecticut. On June 18, 2010 he was convicted of five corruption charges, including taking a bribe and attempted extortion. The trial focused on allegations that Perez accepted home improvements from a city contractor in return for keeping him on a lucrative $2.4 million construction project, and tried to extort a developer into paying $100,000 to a political ally.[1]

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