Lillian Bellows

Pursuing The Paper Trail

06/05/1998
Staff Writer
The courtroom light switches off, the overhead projector flicks on. And once more, the prosecutor speaks dryly of checks, contracts and budgets as the documents are projected on screen to the jurors. There are checks from the Council of Jewish Organizations of Boro Park — then Brooklyn’s largest Jewish community council — and its spinoffs to the political coffers of Brooklyn Assemblyman Dov Hikind, and other political campaigns. There are government contracts sponsored by Hikind and awarded to the council for social service programs.
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