The offer was simple enough.
Arnold Ogden Jones II suspected his wife was having an affair, and he needed a favor: access to some text messages on his wife’s phone, between her and another man whose number was from outside the state.
So last October, Jones — a sitting superior court judge in North Carolina — approached an FBI officer he knew to see whether he could obtain copies of the texts...
Saturday, October 22, 2016
A superior court judge in N.C. needed a favor. So he tried to bribe a federal agent with Bud Light. - The Washington Post: