Thursday, February 28, 2013

New York Senators Asked to Appoint Ethics Corruption Liaison

Every New York State Senator has been requested to appoint an "Ethics Corruption Liaison" so that timely information in the ever-growing scandal inside New York's so-called "ethics" entities may be provided to each state senator.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Ethicsgate Update Faxed to Every U.S. Senator

See the Fax to New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, asking him to shut down the state judicial “ethics” offices after evidence reveals illegal wiretapping of judges

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Friday, February 15, 2013

Letter to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Re: Wiretapping Judges

The letter was delivered to the Governor's Manhattan and Albany offices:

NY Governor Andrew Cuomo Asked to Shut Down Judicial "Ethics" Offices

New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has been formally requested to immediately shut down the offices of The Commission on Judicial Conduct (the "CJC"), the state agency charged with overseeing the ethics of all judges in the Empire State.  The request comes from a public integrity group after confirmation that the CJC has been involved in illegally wiretapping and other illegal  "black bag operations" for years.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Judges Were Illegally Wiretapped, Says Insider

Not only were attorneys targeted for 24/7 wiretapping of their personal and business phones, but judges in New York also became victims of the illegal whims of political insiders, according to a former insider who says he supervised parts of the operation for years.

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Former Insider Admits to Illegal Wiretaps for "Ethics" Bosses

Evidence was obtained on Thursday, January 24, 2013, confirming the position of a former New York State attorney ethics committee insider that various illegal actions were employed by New York State supervising employees to target and/or protect select attorneys. 
The Cleaner
Many of the most powerful attorneys in the United States are licensed to practice law in New York State, and if the business address for that lawyer is located in The Bronx or Manhattan, legal ethics is overseen by the Departmental Disciplinary Committee (the "DDC"), a group that falls under Manhattan's Appellate Division of The NY Supreme Court, First Department.