Dayton Agrees Vikes Should Pay for Investigation into Wilf Finances
Governor Dayton agreed the Vikings should pay for the investigation into Zygi Wilf's finances.
The Metropolitan Sports Facilities Authority called for the review after Wilf and his family's real estate business were found to have violated fraud and civil racketeering laws in New Jersey.
The law firm will look into other litigation and do extensive background checks.
One legal expert KSTP talked to wouldn't be surprised if the costs reached hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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- Zygi Wilf Refuses to Apologize for Cheating Business Partners
- Victim in N.J. Fraud Case Has Long History with Wilfs
- Vikings Owners Face $84.5M Fine in NJ Case
- Dayton: Wilfs Should Pay Vikings Share of Stadium
- Wilf: 'Revealing Wealth Will Harm Family'
- NJ Judge Could Reveal Wilf Family's Wealth
- NJ Lawsuit Could Cost Wilf Family $44 Million
- Stadium Authority Attorney: 'Wilfs Lack Cooperation"