Federal Grand Jury indicts Rowland on 7 counts

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – A federal grand jury in New Haven indicted former Gov. John G. Rowland on Thursday, charging him with attempting to conceal the extent of his involvement in two federal election campaigns in the 5th Congressional District.

Rowland, 56, is expected to be arraigned at U.S. District Court in New Haven on Friday at 2:30 p.m.

The indictments follow revelations two weeks ago in which Rowland was implicated in a 2012 campaign finance scheme involving the 5th Congressional District election campaign. Former Republican candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley and her husband, Brian Foley, pleaded guilty to federal charges and said they had illegally paid Rowland $35,000 in campaign consulting fees without reporting the payments to the Federal Election Commission.

Thursday’s indictment outlines Rowland’s alleged role in the conspiracy with Wilson-Foley and her husband, but also goes back further than Election 2012.

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2 responses to “Federal Grand Jury indicts Rowland on 7 counts”

  1. Silence Dogood

    Drain the swamp. Take Malloy with you.

  2. anon

    While they’re here, can they do NEON too.

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