Liu rallies in the face of another indictment against his campaign treasurer
The case against John Liu's campaign treasurer was combined with the case against one of John Liu's fund-raisers. They'll both appear in court on Tuesday.
Liu hasn't been charged with anything but, David Chen of the New York Times writes, the "charges filed against Hou suggest that she was taking instructions from Liu as she was carrying out the allegedly fraudulent fund-raising scheme."
One day before the Hou and Pan court appearance, Liu's campaign adviser Bill Lynch is organizing a non-campaign, non-endorsement rally for the embattled comptroller, according to an invite Celeste Katz obtained.
Bloomberg's issue with a report that John McCain pitched Mitt Romney to him is what? [@SallyGold]
De Blasio calls Bloomberg "out of touch" on the issue of the business Nissan does with Iran. [Ari Ben Goldberg]
"John Liu's treasurer, Jenny Hou, was indicted for making false statements to federal officials." [Reuters]
The "charges filed against Hou suggest that she was taking instructions from Liu as she was carrying out the allegedly fraudulent fund-raising scheme." [David Chen]
The case against Hou was combined with the case against a Liu fund-raiser, Oliver Pan. [Celeste Katz and Tina Moore]
Hou and Pan will be in court on Tuesday. [NY1]
"This terrorist firebug is fired." [David Seifman and Dan Mangan]
Rodriguez initially said he "didn't know about any crime that [Segal] did or that he spent time in jail." [Joe Croscarelli]
Rodriguez later said he "was not aware of the nature or the circumstances surrounding that incident." [Capital]
John Sabini is the new chair of the Association of Racing Commissioners International.
Bloomberg said Cuomo's limited distribution of teacher evaluations would lead to "chaos." [David Seifman]
A reporter is shocked that the Post may have "something unethical." [@HunterW]