New Jersey governor Phil Murphy just added a new member to his administration. Marcellus Jackson is going to work in an education department office, despite the fact that he once served time for bribery.
Murphy administration hires former council member who served prison time for bribery
A former Passaic City Council member who served time in prison for taking bribes has been hired by Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration as a special assistant in the Department of Education’s Office of Civic and Social Engagement, a spokesman for the agency confirmed Monday.
Marcellus Jackson was among 11 officials arrested in a 2007 corruption sweep orchestrated by then-U.S. Attorney Chris Christie, dubbed Operation Broken Boards.
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