by Franklin N. Brady - July 27, 2009
NEW YORK- Incontrovertible evidence that federal crimes have been committed in and about New York’s federal and state courts have produced numerous meetings in Washington, D.C. this year. While the New York criminal conduct that would come under review by the various federal agencies has been discussed for years, the October 2007 filing of Anderson v. The State of New York, et al., 07Civ9599, in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York brought increased interest and, subsequently, a long list of credible witnesses. The review by federal employees involving New York’s “Ethics Scandal” quickly caught the eye of a growing number of officials in Washington, D.C. when nine (9) related federal cases, with similar allegations, followed the Anderson insider filings. Formal requests were then made to hold public hearings with a view toward the eventual oversight of the New York State Court System by a federal monitor, and to be followed by the appointment of a federal prosecutor.
Notably, in one meeting held in Washington, D.C., an attorney and Washington, D.C. insider, predicted that, “New York’s about to be rocked.” That insider quoted the current Chairman of Manhattan’s Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Roy I. Reardon, as saying that New York’s judges belong to one of three categories, “one third are decent, honest and hardworking… another third aren’t very smart…. and one third are corrupt…” While Mr. Reardon once enjoyed a reputation of high integrity, and one who was wronged by his appointment as chairman of the flame-engulfed DDC sinking ship, the Manhattan-based attorney ethics committee. But now, however, Mr. Reardon is believed to be just another member of the Tembeckjian-Friedberg state corruption whitewashing machine.
Another specific request has been made to Washington, D.C.- to have the federal government take over the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct, a group known for its widespread corruption in the handling of ethics matters over the state’s judges. It has also been confirmed that the ‘Ethics Insider,’ New York attorney Christine C. Anderson, was requested to attend federal oversight committee meetings, along with numerous New York State judges and dozens of New York State licensed attorneys. “Washington recognizes that the issues raised do not pertain to a single case or group of related cases, but rather to a systemic cause of concern in the State of New York that involves the violation of federal laws,” said one participant, “The Anderson case, and the testimony of others in the legal community, have solidified the documented and countless examples of the violations of federal law requiring appropriate committee review.” The Anderson trial is scheduled to begin in federal court in Manhattan on August 17, 2009.
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