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Abbruzzese: No bribes

Businessman takes stand, says Bruno suggested job

Loudonville businessman Jared Abbruzzese, left, leaves federal court with his attorney William Sullivan, Jr. for a lunch break during the Joe Bruno trial on Thursday, May 8, 2014.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Loudonville businessman Jared Abbruzzese, left, leaves federal court with his attorney William Sullivan, Jr. for a lunch break during the Joe Bruno trial on Thursday, May 8, 2014.
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Telecommunications entrepreneur Jared Abbruzzese emphatically denied ever trying to bribe or buy the influence of former state Senate leader Joseph Bruno during trial testimony Thursday in federal court. “Absolutely not,” “no,” and “no, or ever, ever, ever,” he said at various times in response to a series of questions about bribery, kickbacks or influence-buying from Bruno defense attorney E. Stewart Jones of Troy. The exchange came at the end of a day of testimony in ...


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