Ex-New York City Jail Guard Union Boss Pleads Not Guilty to Bribery

(Reuters) The former union leader for New York City’s prison guards and a hedge fund financier pleaded not guilty on Friday to engaging in a bribery scheme in a case linked to a widening federal municipal-corruption investigation.

Norman Seabrook, the Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association’s ex-president, and Murray Huberfeld, a longtime associate of hedge fund manager Platinum Partners, pleaded not guilty to conspiracy and honest services wire fraud charges in Manhattan federal court.

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