Ex-NYPD Chief Makes Tearful Guilty Plea

The former New York City Police Commissioner and one-time nominee for Secretary of Homeland Security, Bernard Kerik, pleaded guilty today to eight felony counts related to actions that included lying to the White House and failing to report income and loans. Kerik, 53, appeared contrite and spoke softly as he replied to federal judge Stephen Robinson's questions. As the judge assured Kerik he would take into account not only the crimes, but the whole of Kerik's life, tears began to roll down...Full Story
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