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Eddie A. Perez

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  • Eddie's 'Lapse' Under Criminal Spotlight

    The breakfast meeting with Eddie Perez was about five years ago. The memory is foggy on the details. But it was at the old Hal's Diner on Main Street, and it was sometime after Perez's first election as strong mayor. He was talking about his vision for the city, and later the topic turned to the allegations against Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Ganim, who was accused of extortion, bribery and mail fraud. Perez was adamant that he would never find himself in such a fix.
  • Ritter's Careful, Legal, Lucrative Career

    I would like to begin by saying at no point did Thomas Ritter do anything illegal. Ritter has been working as a private attorney for the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority. It is illegal for him to be a paid lobbyist for them, so any lobbying he...

    Perez, O'Garro, Rowland Buried By Facts

    It was the Doonesbury character Mark Slackmeyer, speaking on the radio about Watergate conspirator John Mitchell, who said that all known facts made Mitchell look guilty. And then he added, "Guilty, guilty, guilty!" It's fun to say. So let's see who...

    Ritter's Lobbying Raises Questions

    When is a lobbyist not a lobbyist? The answer, according to the complicated state laws that determine who's allowed to influence government officials in decision-making (which is what lobbying is, pretty much), is: When a person lobbies a public official...

    Corruption Or Incompetence In Perez Case?

    If the first day of testimony in Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez's corruption trial proved one thing, it's that nothing comes easy in city government — least of all getting someone to do the right thing. As prosecutors set out to prove a "quid quo pro"...