Governor's Pals Called Shots On NM Money: Whistleblower

Law360, New York (January 24, 2012, 7:05 PM EST) -- Secret audio recordings revealed Monday show that associates of ex-New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson controlled state money that ended up in risky investments, in the latest development in a $288 million pay-to-play suit implicating dozens of people.

Former state education-investment-official-turned-whistleblower Frank Foy submitted a transcript of the recordings, which suggest that Richardson associates Anthony Correra and son Marc Correra were the real financial decision-makers for the administration, and played the recordings at a press conference in an attempt to beat back state Attorney General Gary King's...
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