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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Governor Paterson In Full Gear Against Corruption

Paterson vetoes Legislature’s ethics bill, goo-goos unhappy
The Albany Times Union by Rick Karlin - February 2, 2010

Gov. Paterson has vetoed the Legislature’s ethics bill, saying it doesn’t go far enough: “While there are positive aspects of this legislation, it does not go far enough in addressing the corrosive effects of outside influence and internal decay that have caused the people of New York to lose faith and trust in their government,” the governor said in his veto message. First up with a response was the coalition of civics groups that have pushed for the measure, even though some admitted it was imperfect.

Here’s the statement from Citizens Union, League of Women Voters and NYPIRG: Our organizations are deeply disappointed that the governor has vetoed important ethics reform legislation. We wish that the governor has not chosen to be an obstacle to reform, but since he has taken that action we urge the legislature to move swiftly and enact the ethics reform legislation over the objections of the governor.

And from Senate Democratic Conference Leader John Sampson: “For 40 years, special-interests in Albany have prevented reform in state government. Lack of disclosure of business relationships with our lawmakers, the near non-existence of campaign finance enforcement, and millions of special-interest dollars have led us to the brink of fiscal disaster. “The ethics and campaign finance reform legislation passed with nearly unanimous, bipartisan support by both houses of the Legislature changes that. Our bill creates greater disclosure requirements for public officials, strengthens enforcement capabilities to ensure the law is upheld, and increases transparency to tear down Albany’s veil of secrecy. “To average New Yorkers struggling to keep their jobs, feed their families, and pay their bills, ethics reform might not seem that real or important. But the impact of special interest money can be felt at kitchen tables across the state. Corruption costs money. Inaction is unacceptable, and change delayed is change denied.

And here’s a rundown from the civics groups on what the bill would have accomplished:

Critical changes to executive branch ethics

Unlike previous executive branch ethics agencies, the legislation proposes that no one elected official chooses a majority of the appointments to the commission. The legislation grants to the commission the crucial power to randomly review ethics filings to ensure honesty and accuracy.

Critical changes to lobbying oversight

All state and municipal lobbyists and their clients must report business relationships with state public officials. Expands the definition of lobbying to include lobbying for resolutions. Critical changes to legislative branch ethics. The most important change is that the legislation creates an office of legislative ethics investigation. This new entity would have a board that contains no lawmakers and no lobbyists, among other restrictions. In addition, the new office has the powers necessary to fully investigate complaints.

Critical changes to campaign finance enforcement

As proposed in the legislation, the State Board of Elections (SBOE) enforcement counsel and special counsel would have four-year terms with removal only for cause. The enforcement counsel would have power to initiate investigations. The legislation requires a majority vote of the in order to stop an investigation from going forward. Determination of violation and issuance of penalties would still rest with the Board.

Critical changes to disclosure requirements

Currently, public officials are required to disclose the sources of outside income and the value of that income within ranges established in law. However, those dollar-figure ranges are redacted from public view. Under the legislation those dollar-figure ranges would become public and a new range is added from $250,000 to $1,000,000. Those required to report under the lobbying law would now have to report business relationships they may have with public officials. Such relationships are not currently disclosed. Candidates would be required, for the first time, to file disclosure with the State Board of Elections in a uniform format that would be made available to the public on-line. Expenditures by individuals or groups that are independent of the candidate, and thus were not subject to campaign finance disclosure, would be required to file disclosure that would, for the most part, mirror the disclosure of candidates. Thus, the public will know the names of those who contribute $100 or more to these groups.


a voter, with many friends who vote said...

Right on, Governor Paterson. Half measures against corruption isn't good enough. THIS IS WAR AGAINST THE CORRUPT BASTARDS. David Paterson has my vote.

an insider said...

The governor is not fooling around. He's very serious to make his mark against corruption.

Anonymous said...

信心是命運的主宰!! trust yourself!!! ....................................................

No Fool said...

The Fix Is In! Sampson and his crew tried to pull a fast one - give them Hell David.

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Eliot Bernstein said...

Misnomers are a favorite of these Corrupt Law Firms, Lawyers, Judges and Prosecutors. So where you have a "Patriot Act" you instead have the most Disabling Act to your rights in history. Where you have no "Child Left Behind" you have a majority left behind purposely. Where you have "Bank Bailouts" you have bank robbery. Thus, where you have "Ethics Reform" you have, well just ask Christine C. Anderson, ethics deformed.
I am impressed by extra sense of sight Gov. Patterson displays to see through Ethics Reform as a creation of the Corruption and thus another disabling act. With Steven C. Krane of Porksour Rose the head of ethics for the country, why the country has no ethics as he is the anticristethics dude, a big pathetic slob and disgrace to everything ethical in law. He is a criminal, that is why. Like his unethical ethics he touts as ethics, he is a criminal he touts to be from justice. While he and Judge Judith Kaye change your ethics laws they are disabling your protections while protecting themselves from prosecution for the crimes they commit. Ah, as the People of NY and this Country and Around the World awake to their crimes, it will be with their blood that the law is rewritten back to law. The first change, and how you will know the coup is dead, that We will return to a country that no one is Above the Law and in that moment, many lawyers, judges, politicians, prosecutors will hang for their crimes and attempted coup on the US constituting treason. Toss in War Crimes Trials, they must be tried to be vindicated or convicted, they fear the law, this is why the try to disable it and hope you don't see. I see the light and so many do, I fear for their lives, pitchforks are always such bloody things.
As always, Pitchforks Free @ and we are having a special this week in honor of Patterson with Quills and Red Ink Free for those attending the rewriting of laws party over their dead or imprisoned bodies. Does anyone know if these disgraces of law even have blood?

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Anonymous said...

Elliot....News flash... Without the patriot act we would have suffered another 9-11 type attack.

Anonymous said...

Anyone know why Sampson is NOT mentioning Corruption within the Judiciary especially after the Hearings held by the Senate Judiciary?

Anyone know why no mention of the corrupted Commission on Judicial Conduct? No mention of the DDCs? No mention of the need for a Special Prosecutor in NY?

anyone know when the next hearings are allegedly supposed to occur? first it was october, then november, then a scheduled date in december that was cancelled and now it is February?

what is Paterson saying about Judicial and Court corruption? Still have not seen it in print yet. Same for Cuomo.

Anonymous said...

Sampson appears to be out of the running for those hearings, no mattar where you heart lies the corruption lies deeper......

those hearings should have had a Federal Prosecutor and Cuomo in attendance...........

knock em dead DAVID

I hope and pray Paterson understands these changes have to be made, not only are the innocents being hurt, the corrupt bastards are in harms way once they are exposed.............


Anonymous said...


T Finnan said...

Dear Gov. Paterson: Has Senator Samson revealed his compensation with his new law firm? Did Senator Samson add anything after he knew of all the corruption in the courts? We don't need any more Commissions on Judicial Conduct, Attorney Grievance Committees, Ethics commissions with appointed hacks chosen because they'll cover up any corruption. We need law with teeth and public disclosure of all complaints against public officials
Time to call their bluff with a special session to change
§195.00 Official misconduct.
A public servant is guilty of official misconduct when, with intent to obtain a benefit or deprive another person of a benefit:
1. He commits an act relating to his office but constituting an unauthorized exercise of his official functions, knowing that such act
is unauthorized; or
2.He knowingly refrains from performing a duty which is imposed upon him by law or is clearly inherent in the nature of his office.
Official misconduct is a class A misdemeanor.

with the addition of 3. This law applies to all judges and all judicial agency employees acting under judicial supervision and changing the penalty to a class C felony.

Anonymous said...

I think they know the corruption in our DDC and JCC is so vast,
there isn't much they can do, even the Commission on Judicial Conduct said it many years ago, which means it starts with our lawyers........
send in the FEDS!

we want FEDS in our courthouses, our Attorney Grievance and our Commission on Judicial Conduct

those corrupt bastards will stop their evil immediately!

Anonymous said...

Gov. Patterson, when will the State Police begin the roundup of all the corrupt pols? Let's see some action, start the move. Sampson and Silver can be the first ones.

Anonymous said...

we want FEDS Paterson, my corrupt bastard lawyers didn't ask me about the false information being illegally passed around about me by my lawyers, so they can racketeer my cases and deny all my rights......
the FEDS did send in the FEDS!

they can alter/falsify anything they want and they do and I am proof!

they do not want to get caught committing felonies, they would rather try to put me in jail or commit suicide like the last one they did it to......
prison time for them!

Anonymous said...

Dear Judge Ryan,
Please allow T Finan, his gurney defibulator, his surgeons, the hospital staff in your courtroom for his appearance and he will be appropriately dressed for your presence.

Anonymous said...

or is it presents!

Anonymous said...

sorry Finan, couldn't resist......
those corrupt bastards!

Anonymous said...

Hey Fed guys,
shoot to kill these corrupt know what they do to others....let them try to threaten you, you have our permission to shoot to kill!

Anonymous said...

Well, don't forget the pimp of Bernadette E. Lupinetti, Esq. threaten children, parents, selling children to be sexually exploited in child custody cases. This criminal belongs in jail together with her friends from Orange County, Rockland County, Westchester County and the Office of the Attorney General. This criminal is been protected and I am beginning to believed that she may be part of a child sexual exploitation ring in Orange County, and that is why the Orange COunty District Attorney's Office is refusing to investigated the SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN IN THE COUNTY INVOLVING RIGGED CASES..There is more to come about this pimp.

Anonymous said...

9/11 IS INSIDE JOB !!!!
STFU !!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hey Fed guys,
I ask your honorable presence to obtain my fake psych records from ECMC, the last time I went to that hospital and requested the fake records, I was told no!
Since my lawyer also told me no, I am not allowed to see my legal/medical file, it would appear they know they are passing fake information.
Your help in arresting the perpetrators would be appreciated.
Can we car pool? Bring cuffs!

PLEASE have my number!

Anonymous said...

see you can stalk anyone......
pass around fake psych paperwork
don't worry your victim has no rights!

Anonymous said...

Georgie, let me know when Sandi is working maybe we can car pool!

Anonymous said...

anyone hear of the movie roommate!
anything to get their rent paid by someone else!

Anonymous said...

are you just waiting for me to commit suicide like the last one you did it to.....
and how do you pick your female victims......
what is the common denominator?
is it because I am not a victim of molest, incest, rape drunk or orgy queen or hard up bitch..........
how are the victims picked?

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