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Union official disciplined in death threat scandal
ORANGE, N.J. (WABC) -- A high ranking Union official in New Jersey facing disciplinary charges in connection with death threats made against the mayor of Orange.
Raymond Wingfield, a Union official with Orange Department of Public Works, is accused of pressuring co-workers to delete a recorded conversation that included another public works employee threatening to shoot the mayor in the head.
That employee, William Hathaway, was charged last week with making terroristic threat.
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