Rockland man among three indicted for ‘pay-to-play’ bribery scheme

Three men who were supposed to help rebuild the World Trade Center have been charged in a “pay-to-play” scheme, stealing public funds. James Luckie, Michael Garrison, and Paul Angerame were charged with participating in a ploy in which luxury goods were traded for preferred work. The men also allegedly hired unqualified workers provided by associates, reports Donna Christopher of the Ramapo Daily Voice.

New York Attorney General Letitia James said, “These individuals were trusted with rebuilding the site of the worst terror attack in American history, but instead, allegedly squandered public funds to line their own pockets.”

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