Bribes and Payoffs

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The Hoffa Campaign, along with Ken Hall, Rome Aloise and Tyson Johnson, were found guilty by the Election Supervisor of attempting to bribe Teamster leaders out of running against them in the last election by offering them lucrative positions on the International Union payroll. To their credit, Fred Zuckerman, Henry Perry and Frank Gallegos turned down the bribes. 

CHECK THE FACTS: 2011 ESD 73, January 20, 2011.

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