Monsey Developer Pleads Guilty to Attempting to Sway Elections

A Monsey real estate developer has pleaded guilty in a scheme to submit phony voter registrations to help secure projects in the Sullivan County. The U-S attorney’s office says 64 year-old Kenneth Nakdimen tried to corrupt the electoral process by buying voter registrations and offering bribes for voters who would elect public officials favorable to their construction project. The one count of conspiracy carries a 5-year maximum prison term.

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