Skip to comments.Kushner released, goes down the Shore (billionaire Dem sex freak, videoed BIL with hooker)
Posted on 08/28/2006 7:53:02 AM PDT by Liz
Millionaire real estate developer Charles Kushner is home.......he will be back at the firm he founded before his downfall on tax fraud and other charges. The one-time political heavyweight was released from a Newark halfway house Friday after finishing what remained of a reduced sentence.......
Kushner, a prominent philanthropist who has given millions to schools, hospitals and charities, and contributed to the campaigns of politicians including former Gov. James E. McGreevey, toppled from grace in 2004 after a lengthy investigation into his finances.
He admitted to making campaign contributions in the names of partners and cheating on his taxes by claiming $1 million of personal spending as charitable donations. Kushner also pleaded guilty to retaliating against his sister, a grand jury witness. He hired a prostitute to seduce the woman's husband and then sent a videotape of the episode to their home. On April 8, 2005, he reported to a minimum-security prison camp in Montgomery, Ala., to begin serving what was supposed to be a two-year sentence for tax fraud and witness retaliation. Less than a year later, he was transferred to the Fenwick Street halfway house in Newark.
While at the Alabama prison camp he applied for admission to a substance abuse program. Federal prosecutors launched an investigation to determine if he was lying or faked his way into the program. But ultimately filed no charges.
Federal inmates who complete the 500-hour program are eligible for immediate transfer to a less-restrictive halfway house. Federal authorities agreed to reduce his sentence and he entered the Newark facility on April 1. Four months before he would have been freed from the prison camp if he hadn't entered the treatment program, Kushner left the halfway house for home.
(Excerpt) Read more at nj.com ...
Kushner's cozy pad. Tax fraud released from a Newark halfway house Friday to this ocean-front mansion in Long Branch, New Jersey.
I like the house.
Garage in front is ugly.
Should be in the back or along the side, down a drive.
"He hired a prostitute to seduce the woman's [his sister] husband and then sent a videotape of the episode to their home."
Anyone who would sink to such a level is not going to be straighten out after a couple years in jail. He'll be back in trouble within months....just a lot more careful. And if I was his sister, I'd watch my back.
And her husband's front, too.
I'm in agreement with that. Looks like a garage with a house attached.
Don't like the house ...
The arches are out of scale with size of the house and the windows.
I've read numerous threads Liz has posted over the years, the majority of which seem to deal with democrats. The fact that they are involved in the occasional sex scandal may have to do with the ex-president many dems still hold in high regard.
That is one of my pet peeves. I agree about the garage in front. If you have that much cash, put the garage on the side or the back of the house.
But it wasn't sex, remember?
Repeat 10000 times.
I don't remember Liz posting anything about pedophile Nigerian diplomats either...What's up with that?
"Garage in front is ugly"
There's a term used for this kind of house. It's called a "snout house" because the garage sticks out in front of the house like a big ol' nose.
Garages like that have a name. They are called Carriage Garages.
"this ocean-front mansion in Long Branch, New Jersey."
As it is ocean front, I suspect this is the back.
Maybe. Then they ruined their back yard.
Either way, the garage doors and drive way needs to be on the left side (from your perspective looking at the picture), not in the middle.
Can't buy taste, I suppose.
"Can't buy taste, I suppose."
Interesting. I've never heard of a "Carriage garage". I've heard of having a carriage house in front of the main house, but it isn't generally attached.
I wonder how many shoe closets his shopaholic wife has (cackle)
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