El Jefe in court today

Work on MP’s houses worth tens of thousands, court told – New Zealand, world, sport, business & entertainment news on Stuff.co.nz

The Crown is seeking permission to lay 15 charges of bribery and corruption against el Jefe so a High Court judge is reviewing the evidence to decide of the case can proceed.

In evidence the Crown prosecutor alleged that el Jefe that he “essentially had a private arrangement” with people and that he was not talking about just $100 or $1000. “The value of the work amounted to tens of thousands of dollars,” Mr Moore told the court and it was manifestly improper.

“And he knew it.”

Can’t wait till el Jefe starts calling his witnesses.

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