George Moses Found Guilty in Federal Court.

The former chairman of the Rochester Housing Authority has been found guilty of 28 of 29 counts in federal court.

George Moses was accused of pocketing money from a neighborhood non-profit he ran and lying on tax returns.

Prosecutors said he spent some of the money on cruises, tickets to sporting events, and a girlfriend in Canada.

Three counts against Moses were dismissed two weeks ago when a contractor recanted his previous grand jury testimony that he gave Moses kickbacks in exchange for contract work for the Authority's charitable branch.

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