Philadelphia Sees More Indictments

Cataldo, Adam L.
November 2004
Bond Buyer;11/5/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32005, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on federal prosecutors' filing of a superceding indictment against Philadelphia bond attorney Ronald W. White, former city treasurer Corey Kemp and others seeking work or involved in the issuance of bonds for city projects and projects in the region. Charges against White and Kemp; Investigation of municipal corruption in Philadelphia; Firms that sought White's assistance; Allegations against J.P. Morgan; Status of the case.


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