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Ex-NYC Police Commisioner Bernie Kerik Re-Indicted on Charges of Lying to White House Officials

Bernie Kerik/file photo

Bernie Kerik/file photo

The fall from grace has been a hard one. Kerik, who became a superstar in the post 9/11 era,  came so close to being part of the Bush administration. Now he’s faces the possibility of going off to prison. Kerik was already indicted on these charges in New York, but they were dropped because the violations allegedly happened in Washington.

WASHINGTON (CNN) — Former New York police commissioner Bernard Kerik was indicted on charges of making false statements to White House officials vetting him for the secretary’s seat at the Department of Homeland Security in 2004, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.

Kerik, who served as commissioner from 1998 to 2002, allegedly gave false and misleading answers to Bush administration officials about his relationship with contractors who renovated his Riverdale apartment, according to the indictment handed up by a Washington grand jury.

Prosecutors allege Kerik received and concealed benefits of about $255,000 in renovations to his home from contractors seeking to do business with the city of New York.

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