The huge corruption and money laundering investigation that has ensnared 44 people, including NJ mayors and elected officials, was addressed by Jersey City Mayor Jeremiah Healy today, who said, "Based on review of the complaint , it is clear that I am Jersey City Public Official 4. I did nothing wrong at anytime. Right now we are going to continue to conduct open and honest government and are focused on moving the city forward." Among those arrested were Jersey City Deputy Mayor Leona Beldini and political consultant Jack Shaw—who are accused in the complaint as being middlemen for "Jersey City Public Official 4."