Dwek to plead guilty today

Solomon Dwek, the FBI informant who was central to the July corruption and money laundering busts, this morning will plead guilty to charges related to the bank fraud he was charged with in 2006, The Star-Ledger reports.

Dwek, 36, is expected to plead guilty to both state and federal charges relating to $50 million in allege bank fraud.

Under an assumed name, Dwek met with allegedly crooked politicians in diners and boiler rooms, offering them bribes in exchange for help moving along approvals for purported development projects.

The U.S. Attorney's Office sent reporters an advisory last night saying only that "A central figure in the July 23 arrests of 43 people on public corruption and money laundering charges is scheduled to appear in federal court" today at 9:30 a.m. Dwek to plead guilty today