One Massachusetts state senator is seeing those two words together to talk about her actions and that can't be good.
The federal probe into an embattled Massachusetts state senator who was clandestinely videotaped stuffing alleged bribe money into her bra by the FBI has expanded to include three Boston City Council members, the state senate president and several state liquor board officials, ABC News has learned.Ya think?
On Tuesday, Democratic state Sen. Dianne Wilkerson -- an eight-term incumbent -- was arrested at her Roxbury home and charged with accepting $23,500 in bribes, including 10 $100 bills that she was videotaped secreting into her brassiere during a meeting at a tony Boston restaurant last June.
Hours after her arrest, Boston City Hall was hit with a flurry of subpoenas and FBI agents assigned to the public corruption unit interviewed City Council President Maureen Feeney and Councilor Chuck Turner.
Feeney's spokesman, Justin Holmes, denied she had done anything wrong.
"The council president's motive in seeking additional liquor licenses is clear: She believes strongly that new licenses bring economic benefit to neighborhoods of the city who need them. That's why she sent legislation to the State House," Holmes said. "We have now learned that the senator's motives may have been quite different."