New York, February 20 (RHC)– Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Bailey “Bernie” Kerik has been sentenced to four years in prison. Kerik pleaded guilty in November to lying to the White House when he was nominated to head the Department of Homeland Security.
The former Commish admitted to tax evasion and receiving renovations from a construction firm linked to organized crime. Bernard Kerik will remain under house arrest until he begins his sentence in May.
Filed under: DHS, Prison Industrial Complex | Tagged: Bernard Kerik, Department of Homeland Security, fraud, New York City, New York City Police Commissioner, New York City Police Department, organized crime, perjury |