“What surprises me is that this happened to someone who’s not Black,” said Rev. Mark Tyler, a police accountability advocate.
The Philly union leader, known as Johnny Doc, is accused of threatening his nephew’s boss.
Indicted by the feds alongside union chief John Dougherty, the three-term lawmaker is heading for a January trial.
It’s unclear if the action is related to the pending case against IBEW chief John Dougherty.
Councilmember Bobby Henon will also face a jury for his role in the alleged union scheme.
Dougherty and his co-defendants, including Councilmember Bobby Henon, will appear before a judge in September 2020.
The Local 98 indictment contained an Easter egg about the soda tax battle.
Bobby Henon's federal charges have rattled his constituents.
Councilman Bobby Henon isn't the only one with a second job.