Reid speaks out after being accused of bribery

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Updated: 1/15/2013 12:45 pm
WASHINGTON D.C. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- Senator Harry Reid is speaking out after being accused of bribery.

Utah business owner Jeremy Johnson is accused of charging hundreds of thousands of consumers for products they never received from his online marketing company called I-Works.

Johnson is claiming he hired now Utah Attorney General John Swallow to help him broker a deal with Senator Harry Reid who could make the investigation go away.

Senator Reid says the accusations are not true.

Attorney General John Swallow claims it's all just a desperate attempt by Johnson to get out of going to jail, but Utah Democrats have sent a formal letter to Attorney General Eric Holder to have this case investigated.


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Paladin - 1/15/2013 3:39 PM
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How many times does Reid have to be named as a crook before it sinks in to the heads of the public. He was called "Mr. Cleanface" by the mob in Las Vegas in the 1970s when he was an ADA down there. It was on FBI wiretaps from Kansas City that the mob had him in their pocket, but it slid off him then, and has ever since. It shouldn't be "The Teflon Don" it should be "Teflon Harry". Reid's been an embarrassment to Nevada since the 1970s. We should put him in the mob museum in LV.
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