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Paul J. Silvester, former state treasurer for Connecticut, admitted accepting cash kickbacks in return for placing millions of dollars in state pension investments with certain equity funds.

Mr. Silvester was sentenced to 51 months in prison for taking bribes in return for investing $527.5 million from the state pension fund in five investment funds.

Source: Marc Santora, “After Help in Corruption Cases, Central Figure Gets 51 Months,” N.Y. Times, November 21, 2003, p. C-12.

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