Former NYPD’s Bernie Kerik Pleads Not Guilty to Added Charges

Bernie Kerik has gone from super crime fighter to accused criminal. Not an enviable spot to be in.

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Former NYPD top cop Bernard Kerik pleaded not guilty Monday to new charges of falsifying income tax records and not declaring a BMW luxury car he got as payment for consulting services.
The added charges involve falsifying statements on loan applications and his role in preparing false tax returns for 2002 and 2005. He was initially charged with falsifying tax returns for the year 2000.
Kerik, 53, wore a charcoal gray suit and a red and silver-striped tie. He stood with lawyer Eric Tirschwell as White Plains Federal Court Judge Stephen Robinson asked a series of questions about his state of mind before accepting the plea.
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