Evidence listed in Fumo corruption case

April 7, 2008 1:24:53 PM PDT
Federal prosecutors have filed a preliminary list of evidence they plan to use in the corruption trial of state Sen. Vincent Fumo. The 93-page evidence list filed Monday largely involves e-mails between the Democratic powerbroker and his friends and staff members.

Fumo's trial is set for Sept. 8.

He is charged with defrauding the state Senate, a seaport museum and a nonprofit by allegedly using their staff and assets for his personal and political needs.

The 64-year-old Fumo announced last month he will not seek re-election after 30 years in the Senate.