The former receiver for Harrisburg wants a special prosecutor to investigate the incinerator bond deals that left the capital city more than $340 million in the hole and on the verge of bankruptcy.

 “It got to the point where this thing was so bad, I mean, it stunk like a kettle of rotten fish and that goes through all the testimony for the two days of your hearing. Nothing fits together," David Unkovic said Tuesday before the Senate’s local government committee at the state capitol building.

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