Tuesday, May 20, 2008


Former Assemblyman and Orange mayor Mims Hackett was already facing federal corruption charges. Yesterday (5/20/08), State Attorney General Anne Milgram filed official misconduct charges against Hackett. Some specifics regarding the new charges against Mims Hackett. This is directly from the AG’s press release. If you read carefully, you will see why no additonal comments are really needed.

The investigation began after Hackett’s former executive assistant in the mayor’s office alerted authorities about the questionable expense vouchers. Hackett’s former executive assistant reported that in March 2006 she walked into his office and saw him filling out “Guest Check” receipts with his left hand. Hackett is right-handed.

Hackett frequently submitted handwritten “Guest Check” receipts containing terse information, such as “3 Dinners Fish + Steak $165.17.” The receipts were filled out in similar handwriting, and the serial numbers of many of them are close in sequence, suggesting they came from the same receipt pad, even though they were submitted for meals in different cities, months apart.

In one instance, Hackett dined with a City of Orange councilman at the Palomino Restaurant in Indianapolis, Indiana, on Nov. 30, 2004, during a conference. Although the councilman paid the $202.02 bill for the table with his credit card, Hackett allegedly asked the councilman for an extra copy of the bill and submitted it to the city for reimbursement with his own expenses for the trip. The councilman also submitted the bill with his expenses.

Following the New Jersey League of Municipalities Conference in Atlantic City in November 2005, Hackett submitted the yellow customer copy of a carbon receipt imprinted with his American Express card for three dinners totaling $206.41 at “Lenney’s” in Atlantic City dated 11/18/05. The name “Lenney’s was handwritten on the receipt. He submitted the white merchant copy of the same receipt, with the date changed to 4/28/06, with his expenses for a conference in Memphis, Tennessee in April 2006. There is no restaurant named Lenney’s in either city and the expenses never appeared in Hackett’s American Express records.


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