Bernard Kerik, Secure in Prison

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An angry federal judge sent former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik to jail October 20, 2009, for sharing secret pretrial information with a "propagandist" who Kerik claimed was really his lawyer. Kerik will be forced to await his upcoming corruption trial behind bars. Judge Stephen Robinson found probable cause to believe he was in contempt of court and revoked his $500,000 bail. Kerik was a favorite of President George W. Bush, who appointed him interim Minister of Interior in Iraq at the beginning of the U.S. occupation and then tried to appoint him Director of Homeland Security. Kerik was later indicted for conspiracy, tax fraud and making false statements. (AP Photo/Westchester County Executive's Office)