Healthcare Consultant Pleads Guilty to Bribing Kruger

Thursday, January 19, 2012

A healthcare consultant pleaded guilty to bribing former state Senator Carl Kruger.

Solomon Kalish is the sixth and final defendant in the case. Kalish owned and operated a company called Adex Management. He admitted to federal prosecutors that Adex funneled money to a close associate of Kruger, with the understanding the money would lead to political favors.

Kalish faces up to 20 years in prison and a quarter-million dollars in fines.

Kruger pleaded guilty last month to federal corruption charges. His sentencing is scheduled for April.


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