‘JoJo’ admits to bribery conspiracy with Trenton Mayor Mack

Joseph Giorganni today admitted that he conspired with the Mayor of Trenton and others to extort bribes and kickbacks in connection with a Trenton parking garage project, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.

Giorgianni (a/k/a “Jo Jo”), 64, of Ewing Township, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Michael A. Shipp in Trenton federal court to Count One of an indictment returned in December 2012 charging him with conspiring with Trenton Mayor Tony F. Mack, Ralphiel Mack, 41, (Mayor Mack’s brother) both of Trenton, and others to obstruct interstate commerce by extorting individuals under color of official right by corruptly arranging to obtain, and obtaining, money and things of value in exchange for Tony Mack’s exercise of official authority and influence.

‘JoJo’ admits to bribery conspiracy with Trenton Mayor Mack