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Of course they let her resign rather than suffer the ignominity of being fired. But at long last Rocio Rivera has forfeited her government job.
A clerk at the Essex County Sheriff's Office resigned her job this week more than a year after agreeing to forfeit the post as part of a guilty plea to voter fraud.
The employee, Rocio Rivera, "resigned her position with this department on Tuesday," Sheriff's Office spokesman Kevin Lynch confirmed today.
It took 17 months for Sheriff Armando Fontoura's wheels of justice to catch up to one of his own employees. Because even though she was convicted of voter fraud, it was all in a good cause — re-electing one of Fontoura's boss's henchwomen to the NJ State Senate. And nobody ever said Joe DiVincenzo doesn't take care of his friends. Seventeen months of paychecks you're not entitled to kinda eases the pain.
And I'm sure it's just a happy coincidence that self-appointed taxpayer advocate
Phil Orphanidis was at last week's Freeholder meeting raising a big stink over
Ms. Rivera's immunity from the consequences of her felony conviction. Yup. A
little sunlight works wonders!
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