Rechnitz hit with subpoenas for personal, biz records in federal corruption trial

Jona Rechnitz, the federal government’s star witness in its prosecution of the former Correction Officer’s Benevolent Association union boss, was hit with subpoenas for personal and business records that his attorneys say are meant to discredit him when he takes the stand next week. Attorneys for former hedge funder Murray Huberfeld, charged with paying a $60,000 kickback to union boss Norman Seabrook, served subpoenas last week on Rechnitz and his firm, JSR Capital, as well […] Read More >>

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