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Meeting across the river

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The meeting was set for an out-of-way place where no one was likely to recognize either man at the table. The informant who had arranged the meeting picked a restaurant far from Bayonne, where his target was running for mayor. Instead, he suggested, they get together in Manhattan. This week in our “Eating at the Scene of the Crime” summer tour of restaurants and diners that played a supporting role into some of the state’s more infamous stories of crime and corruption, we make a trip to New York to revisit the case of a former Democratic Assemblyman and the bribery case against him that prosec…

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