Peter Lesniewski, Maria Rusin get bail in LIRR case

Peter Lesniewski, 60, of Rockville Centre walks out

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Peter Lesniewski, 60, of Rockville Centre walks out of the Federal Courthouse in Manhattan after an arraignment following Lesniewski's surrender earlier in the day. (Oct. 28, 2011) (Credit: Craig Ruttle)

A Long Island doctor and a medical office manager implicated in the Long Island Rail Road disability scandal were both let go on $750,000 bail packages Friday in federal court in Manhattan, the last of 11 defendants to get released in the alleged $1 billion scam.

Peter Lesniewski, 60, of Rockville Centre, one of two doctors charged with endorsing hundreds of phony disability claims to the...

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