Report: Consultant involved in New Jersey corruption scandal found dead

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July 29, 2009 07:17

 
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A political consultant involved in a New Jersey corruption scandal was found dead in his Jersey City home, according to media reports. Jack M. Shaw was one of 44 people arrested last week in an FBI raid which started with a probe into the black-market sale of human kidneys and fake designer handbags. Five US rabbis were also arrested in the sting. A bottle of pills was reportedly found next to the man's body.

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