Former Detroit mayor found guilty in corruption case

Former Detroit mayor found guilty in corruption case

March 11, 2013 Updated Oct 22, 2013 at 6:04 PM EST

Former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was found guilty of 24 counts today in his federal corruption case, according to Granite Broadcasting sister station My TV 20 News at Ten.

According to the My TV 20 News at Ten report:

The verdict came in Monday morning after a jury deliberated for 14 days.

Kilpatrick's good friend and businessman Bobby Ferguson was also convicted of corruption.

The former mayor's father Bernard Kilpatrick was found guilty of one tax fraud charge.

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