The former union boss at the troubled Rikers Island jail complex has been sentenced to 58 months in prison after his conviction last year on corruption-related charges.
A federal jury in Manhattan found Norman Seabrook guilty of honest services wire fraud in August 2018. On Friday federal judge Alvin Hellerstein ordered Seabrook to pay $19 million in restitution, in addition to the prison sentence.
Seabrook has maintained he is innocent of charges he accepted $60,000 in bribes in exchange for investing millions of dollars in union pension money in a risky hedge fund.
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