At Menendez Trial, Attention Turns to What Senator Didn’t Do

Yesterday’s abbreviated session of the federal corruption trial of U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez focused not on what he allegedly did but on what he failed to do: file financial disclosure forms for nearly $60,000. According to the prosecutor, Menendez did not file Senate Financial Disclosure Forms from 2006 to 2010. It was only after a Washington Post Reporter questioned him about flights aboard co-defendant Dr. Salomon Melgen’s private jet that Menendez reimbursed Melgen for $58,500.

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