The former head of one of New York’s more powerful lcorrection officers’ unions, Norman Seabrook, was denied dismissal of corruption charges against him and a co-defendant Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Carter Jr. of the Southern District of New York.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York charged Seabrook in June 2016 with honest services fraud and a related wire fraud conspiracy count for allegedly receiving a $60,000 kickback from a Manhattan hedge fund in exchange for steering $20 million of Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association Inc. retirement funds to the firm.

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