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Jackson donor and former state employee: I lied on taxes, engaged in check-cashing scheme

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Former state employee Rajinder Bedi, testifying under a grant of immunity, said he made hundreds of thousands of dollars in a sham scheme involving Raghuveer Nayak. Nayak was a prolific fund-raiser for both Jesse Jackson Jr. and Rod Blagojevich.

Prosecutor Chris Niewoehner: "Did you understand Nayak was cheating on his transactions based on these financial transactions?"
Bedi: "Yes."
Niewoehner: "Did you make money?"
Bedi "Yes."

He said he made hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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