The boss sets the office culture. That makes this New York Daily News headline unsurprising:
From the Daily News:
James Capel, who ran Rangel's New York office until his resignation earlier this year, admitting the crimes in entering three misdemeanor guilty pleas in Manhattan Criminal Court.
"I didn't file my taxes for the three years indicated," Capel said in court. His sentencing was set for July 12.
No charges were filed with respect to Mr. Capel's crimes against good taste. Wearing a baseball cap with a suit and tie? To court, yet? For all of Congressman Rangel's faults, he never stooped to that.
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