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Friday, March 7, 2008

Cuomo Going After Corrupt Lawyers (MORE, CLICK HERE)

Cuomo Expands Probe of NY Lawyers' Ties School Districts
New York Lawyer - March 6, 2008
By The Associated Press

Attorney General Andrew Cuomo is seeking data from every school district in the state since he found evidence some may have inappropriately extended pension benefits to part-time lawyers, consultants, professionals and others.

The letter to more than 700 districts explains when these professionals and other officials should not be classified as employees. Only employees under federal and state law qualify for the pension.

The statewide investigation follows Mr. Cuomo's recent probes into the arrangements in Westchester County and Long Island districts.

He said there is evidence some districts have wrongly classified lawyers and others paid by fees or contracts. He said he will seek to recoup any misspent public dollars.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cuomo take a look at Gary Greenwald, Esq. from the Greenwald Law Offices in Chester, New York.

local observer said...

Andy boy is going to be extremely busy because this area is a real rats nest - - - go to it!

Anonymous said...

FIRST AND FOREMOST,CUOMO NEEDS TO CLEAN UP HIS OWN BACK YARD AT THE AG'S OFFICE.THERE ARE ALOT OF FILED COMPLAINTS THAT HAVE BEEN OVERLOOKED AND DISMISSED...SOUND FAMILIAR CUOMO, "IT'S NOT MY JURISDICTION".

TRUTH TELLER said...

Cuomo is a just a copycat...he is following the sickening mantra of the his federal brothers and sisters...the DOJ, EEOC, the FBI and HOMELAND SECURITY! Whose job is it to tell "those" that these HACKS BLOW OFF...WHAT AGENCY "DOES" HAVE THE JURISDICTION TO HANDLE THE COMPLAINT. I have never been told who can handle legal and discrimination actions when the loser on the phone states...we are not here to help, IN ESSENCE, (we just collect a paycheck from your tax dollars!) So don't count on Cuomo to change..he comes from a long line of NY POLITICS..what did anyone expect from him?

Anonymous said...

Cuomo are you going after Spitzer too now that the cat is out of the bag?

Report: Spitzer involved in prostitution ring
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Gov. Elliot Spitzer
AP
March 10, 2008
The New York Times is reporting that Gov. Eliot Spitzer has told senior advisers that he had been involved in a prostitution ring.

Spitzer is scheduled to make an announcement Monday afternoon. Spitzer officials wouldn't immediately comment on the story.

Spitzer, 48, is married and has three daughters.

Details about the prostitution ring were not immediately clear.

But last week, federal prosecutors in Manhattan filed conspiracy charges against four people accusing them of running a prostitution ring that charged wealthy clients in Europe and the U.S. thousands of dollars for prostitutes.

The Web site of the Emperors Club VIP displays photographs of the prostitutes' bodies, with their faces hidden, along with hourly rates depending on whether the prostitutes were rated with one diamond, the lowest ranking, or seven diamonds, the highest. The most highly ranked prostitutes cost $5,500 an hour, prosecutors said.

Spitzer has built his political legacy on rooting out corruption, including several headline-making battles with Wall Street while serving as attorney general. He stormed into the governor's office in 2006 with a historic share of the vote, vowing to continue his no-nonsense approach to fixing one of the nation's worst governments.

Time magazine had named him "Crusader of the Year" when he was attorney general and the tabloids proclaimed him "Eliot Ness."

But his stint as governor has been marred by several problems, including an unpopular plan to grant driver's licenses to illegal immigrants and a plot by his aides to smear Spitzer's main Republican nemesis.

Spitzer had been expected to testify to the state Public Integrity Commission he had created to answer for his role in the scandal, in which his aides are accused of misusing state police to compile travel records to embarrass Senate Republican leader Joseph Bruno.

Spitzer had served two terms as attorney general where he pursued criminal and civil cases and cracked down on misconduct and conflicts of interests on Wall Street and in corporate America. He had previously been a prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, handling organized crime and white-collar crime cases.

His cases as state attorney general included a few criminal prosecutions of prostitution rings and into tourism involving prostitutes.

In 2004, he was part of an investigation of an escort service in New York City that resulted in the arrest of 18 people on charges of promoting prostitution and related charges.


Last week's arrests
On Thursday, U.S. Attorney Michael Garcia and the FBI annnounced the arrests of four people accused of procuring prostitutes, using the Emporers Club to arrange meetings between "wealth male clients" and women who met their johns in New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Miami, London and Paris.
Mark Brener, a 62-year-old man from northern New Jersey, was named as the leader of the organization, while 36-year-old Tanya Hollander of Rhinebeck was charged with being a "booking agent" for the club. Also arrested were Cecil Suwal, 23, who also lives in north Jersey, and Temeka Lewis, 32, of Brooklyn.


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Anonymous said...

I urgently request that Cuomo investigate THE CHIEF CLERK OF BUFFALO CITY COURT, HER DEPUTY CHIEF CLERK, THE ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE OF THE 8TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT AND HER ADMINISTRATIVE ,BLAH, BLAH, BLAH ASSISTANT. I KNOW CUOMO NEVER WILL...POLITICS COMPROMISES HIM AND RENDERS HIM A COWARD AND WIMPS HIM OUT! BUT, IT IS WORTH IT TO ASK FOR THE RECORD..I LOVE TO DOCUMENT THINGS FOR THE FUTURE! THANKS FOR THE CHANCE~

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