At about 11:45 a.m.: The three Buffalo defendants, including developer Louis Ciminelli, in the corruption case involving the Buffalo Billion are scheduled to appear in federal court in Buffalo.
At noon: U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara has scheduled a noon press conference in Manhattan to provide more details about the case against the case that, at this point, involves nine individuals.
2:30 p.m.: State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman said he will announce charges in a public corruption investigation at 2:30 p.m. today in Manhattan. The New York Times reported today that his announcement is connected to the criminal complaint announced today by Schneiderman.
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- Key excerpts from the criminal complaint against Ciminelli, Percoco, Kaloyeros
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- Complaint: Cuomo aide pressures company for $7,500-a-month no-show job for his wife
- The $279 lunch, the private jet and the fishing trip that lured the governor's aide
- Frank Ciminelli II on pay-to-play charges: "We are confident everyone will be vindicated"
- Cuomo on corruption charges: "I am saddened and profoundly disappointed"
- Watch: Bob McCarthy and Dan Herbeck discuss Albany corruption charges
- Ciminelli, two execs charged with bribery, bid rigging
- 'Ziti' was code for bribes in messages between corruption case players
- UB: Ciminelli charges won't affect Jacobs School medical campus project
- Joseph Percoco’s ties to Gov. Cuomo run nearly as deep as blood
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- AG: Kaloyeros charged for "brazen bid-rigging using taxpayer dollars"
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