Thursday, March 29, 2012

Ex-Councilwoman and Admirer Are Found Guilty in Yonkers Case

By BENJAMIN WEISER
A former Yonkers councilwoman, Sandy Annabi, leaving the federal courthouse in Manhattan on Thursday, after she was convicted on corruption charges.
John Marshall Mantel for The New York Times
A former Yonkers councilwoman, Sandy Annabi, leaving the federal courthouse in Manhattan on Thursday, after she was convicted on corruption charges.

Sandy Annabi, a former councilwoman, was found guilty of accepting about $195,000 in secret payments from Zehy Jereis, a political operative.

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