Remember Bernard Kerik? Defiant and unapologetic to the end, Bernard Kerik was arrested and booked yesterday, processed through the same criminal just
June 30, 2006

Remember Bernard Kerik?

Defiant and unapologetic to the end, Bernard Kerik was arrested and booked yesterday, processed through the same criminal justice system in which he worked for most of his adult life. He stood before a judge in state Supreme Court in the Bronx and admitted to having illegally accepted $165,000 in free renovations from a contractor with alleged links to the mob while he was the city correction commissioner…read on

It wasn’t too long ago that Kerik stood next to Bush:

"President Bush on Friday nominated Bernard Kerik, a former New York City police commissioner, as the next secretary for homeland security.Bernie Kerik is one of the most accomplished and effective leaders of law enforcement in America," Bush said in announcing his decision at the White House. "In every position, he has demonstrated a deep commitment to justice, a heart for the innocent and a record of great success. I’m grateful he’s agreed to bring his lifetime of security experience and skill to one of the most important positions in the American government…read on

Talk Left brings Giuliani into the equation.

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