The Birdsall Services Group corruption saga nears conclusion, as two more former executives of the now-defunct Eatontown engineering firm plead guilty to charges of illegally political contributions in excess of state laws.
The second-in-command at the former Birdsall Services Group (BSG) is sentenced to one year less in prison than his boss, for his role in a pay-to-play scenario that ultimately dissolved the Eatontown engineering firm.
The brother of Birdsall Services Group founder/CEO Howard Birdsall becomes the fourth executive of the defunct engineering firm to admit a role in channeling more than $1,000,000 in political contributions in disregard of New Jersey's pay-to-play laws.
The day before the scheduled start of his trial, the second in command at the former Birdsall Services engineering firm admits involvement in the million-dollar political bribery web unraveled by New Jersey investigators.
Former Brick Township Administrator Scott MacFadden appears headed for up to 364 days in the Ocean County Jail for his role in funneling political money illegally through his job at the former Birdsall Services engineering firm.
Birdsall Services Group, the Eatontown engineering fire at the center of a broadening probe of illegal political contributions in New Jersey, today admitted pumping more than a half-million dollars through low-level employees to gain contracts worth many millions more.