Creditors Try to Cut Off NJ Corruption Informant Solomon Dwek

For nearly two years, Solomon Dwek — the government informant behind this summer’s sweeping federal corruption and money laundering sting — has been living off a $12,800 monthly allowance paid out of the assets of his now bankrupt real estate empire. Now creditors are seeking to cut him off, according to The Star-Ledger.

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