Vincent Fumo


Prosecutors to argue for longer Fumo jail term

Federal prosecutors will appear before a three-judge panel Wednesday to argue that former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo, nearly midway through a 55-month sentence for corruption, should be resentenced to a longer term.

Fumo's civic fund gets new direction

The civic organization founded, funded, and then ripped off by disgraced former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo will live on.

Fumo's civic fund gets new direction

The civic organization founded, funded, and then ripped off by disgraced former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo will live on.

Feds seek longer Fumo sentence

Former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo, now serving a 55-month prison term, got an "enormous" break and should receive a much longer sentence, prosecutors said Thursday in a voluminous attack on the punishment imposed last July by a federal judge.

Feds seek longer Fumo sentence

Former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo, now serving a 55-month prison term, got an "enormous" break and should receive a much longer sentence, prosecutors said Thursday in a voluminous attack on the punishment imposed last July by a federal judge.

Former Fumo ally Rubin sentenced over no-show job

INQUIRER STAFF WRITER Mitchell Rubin, who for years was an ally and a friend of former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo's, was sentenced Wednesday to six months of house arrest and ordered to return $150,000 to the state, money that federal prosecutors said had been for a no-show job.

Former Fumo ally Rubin sentenced over no-show job

INQUIRER STAFF WRITER Mitchell Rubin, who for years was an ally and a friend of former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo's, was sentenced Wednesday to six months of house arrest and ordered to return $150,000 to the state, money that federal prosecutors said had been for a no-show job.
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Despite jail term, Fumo's fiancee still in love with him

Carolyn Zinni is still in love with the Senator, which is what she continues to call her fiancé, Vincent J. Fumo, even though he is no longer a state senator and, in fact, is serving a prison term.

House arrest and restitution for Fumo ally

Mitchell Rubin, fired last year as chairman of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, will serve six months under house arrest and pay back the taxpayers $150,000, but be spared a possible prison term under a plea deal with federal prosecutors.

Fumo friend charged with obstruction

Mitchell Rubin, fired a year ago as chairman of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, was charged yesterday with obstructing a federal investigation into his longtime friend, former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo.

Fumo witness gets 10 months in tax case

The man who was the top political operative for convicted former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo before becoming a witness against his patron was sentenced yesterday to 10 months in prison.

Fumo aide sentenced to house arrest

A year of home confinement and five years' probation was the sentence handed down yesterday to a longtime friend of former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo who admitted accepting a state contract that paid him $287,000 for little, if any, work.

Karen Heller: In 'The Prince,' shades of Fumo

Bill Clinton's follies bled Primary Colors. Huey Long inspired All the King's Men. Nixon was the one, a muse of theater, movies, opera. So why not honor our Lear, former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo?

Fumo aide gets probation in theft of state funds

A longtime aide to disgraced former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo was sentenced yesterday to four years of probation for stealing thousands of dollars from the state by inflating her boss' meal expenses.

Fumo excused from Citizens' Alliance lawsuit

A Commonwealth Court judge excused former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo from a civil suit against Citizens' Alliance for Better Neighborhoods because he was not an officer or director of the South Philadelphia nonprofit that he once said under oath was "my baby."

Fumo friend faces probation for accepting no-work contract

A longtime friend of former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo's is looking at five years on probation after pleading guilty to conspiracy for accepting a state contract that paid him $287,000 for virtually no work.

Fumo checks in to prison in Kentucky

ASHLAND, Ky. - Former Pennsylvania State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo, his head held high, walked from a car to the front door of a federal prison camp here yesterday morning, surrendering as scheduled to begin his 55-month sentence for corruption.

An evening of 'calm seas' for Fumo

Former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo appeared fit and in good spirits last night as he joined scores of friends and family at a South Philadelphia restaurant to celebrate his recent marriage engagement.

A farewell bash for Fumo before sentence starts

As he fights to delay the start of his prison term, former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo is set to enjoy one last hurrah.

Fumo's future in agency's hands

Here's who has no say in determining where former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo will serve his time in prison: