An investigation into charges linking RRZ Public Markets to "kickback" schemes has found "no credible evidence" to support the allegations, and investigators instead recommended Saturday that the accuser, a Pennsylvania State Supreme Court justice, resign or face impeachment for making the claims.

Justice Rolf Larsen alleged in court papers filed last year that a fellow justice, Stephen A. Zappala, handled cases in a "special manner" to help his brother's municipal bond business. Justice Zappala's brother is Charles R. Zappala, the chairman of RRZ.

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