New York's Judicial "Ethics" Panel Wants Albany Surrogate Cathryn Doyle Removed
It's been four years since a federal prosecutor called Albany Surrogate Judge Cathryn M. Doyle a "co-conspirator" in the criminal probe of former NYS Supreme Court Justice Thomas J. Spargo (CLICK HERE to read background stories)
And in a November 15, 2013 dated article, "Judicial Conduct Agency Calls for Removal of Albany Surrogate," The New York Law Journal says the reason is because "she improperly presided over several matters involving her personal attorney, an attorney who served as her campaign manager and a lawyer who represented her in a prior disciplinary action."
MEMO TO: The high-and-mighty on the "ethics" panel: the insider "legal community" is, by its very nature, incestuous. The most important issue is impartial, and corruption-free, proceedings- standards completely alien to Commission of Judicial Conduct ("CJC") chief counsel Robert Tembeckjian and his little friend Alan Friedberg.
No matter how guilty Doyle is, or is not, she is entitled to fair, impartial and a corruption-free process. And the current CJC leadership is incapable of fulfilling that duty. (CLICK HERE to see CJC's "Determination")
MEMO TO: Judge Cathryn Doyle: Ask Corrupt partners Tembeckjian and Friedberg why they looked the other way when Westchester County Surrogate Judge Anthony Scarpino allowed his bagman, and election transition manager, Frank Streng of McCarthy Fingar to file back-dated papers that prevented the repayment of over $100,000.00 in stolen 9/11 donation monies. And if you follow the Westchester money, you'll see that Scarpino and Streng have had a nice little "arrangement" going in many other big-money cases, including the Thomas Carvel and Brooke Astor estate proceedings.
Come on, Judge Doyle, join former NYPD police commissioner Bernard Kerik. You can do it. Are you ready, repeat: "The Justice System is broken."
Now, Judge Doyle, don't you feel better?
And if you really want to feel good, pick up the phone and call the U.S. Attorney in Albany. Set up a meeting ASAP, and then start talking. The top federal prosecutor in Albany is a nice guy, kind of waiting on your call…. And he's just what New York State's "system of justice" needs---- US Attorney Richard S. Hartunian, tel: 518-431-0247.
CLICK HERE to see additional background story, "A Governor MUST be Realistic About Public Corruption."