NEW YORK - The focus of the corruption and bribery trial against Sandy Annabi turned today to the finances of the former Yonkers city councilwoman.
A bank executive took the stand and went over financial documents such as loan applications and W-2 forms that possibly bear Annabi's signature and initials.
As a city councilwoman in 2004, Annabi received a part-time salary of $3,000 a month. She was also worked in public relations for St. Joseph's Medical Center.
Annabi's former human resources director and her former landlord also took the stand to confirm records.
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