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hush moneynoun blackmail, blood money, bribe, bribe money, corrupt money, cover-up, criminal payoff, graft, gratuity, illegal bribe, illegal funds, illegal gratuity, illegal money, illegal payoff, illegal pay-out, inducement, payoff for corruption, payoff for silence, payoff to quash testimony, prize, slush fund, suppression of evidence
Associated concepts: bribery, public officials' code of conduct
See also: blackmail, bribe, graft, gratuity
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5 million hush-money
deal to keep sexual abuse allegations secret.
The post Ex-US House Speaker Hastert pleads guilty in hush-money
case appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
He was accused of orchestrating a hush-money
deal on behalf of an ex-husband and an ex- boyfriend of Brockovich.
The 75-year-old Hastert served a 15-month sentence for violating federal bank withdrawal reporting requirements to hide hush-money
payments related to sex abuse.