City for sale, an insider view of Hoboken vote buying in the 4th ward

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This Hudson Mile Square View special investigative report provides insight into the vote buying in Hoboken from the eyes of the people paid to vote.

This even with the NJ AG having a fat file of issues on the desk forwarded from the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office last November in Hoboken’s 4th ward special election.

It recounts the continued abuse of the integrity of the vote and the culture of corruption in our midst.
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The Hudson Mile Square View

An excerpt from Part 1 of City for sale:
It didn’t take MSV long to find Mr. X.  He literally found us as we made our way through lower Jackson Street in less than 10 minutes, attempting to look as obvious and out of place as possible with a camera visibly hung out for view.  “Are you here for the elections,” Mr. X asked.  “Yes but not this one,” was the reply indicating it wasn’t the Tuesday Assembly race bringing me there.  Some may believe this is exaggerated, but in fact it’s completely accurate. 

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