U.S. Attorney Reportedly Seeks JCOPE Complaints

, New York Law Journal


Southern District U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara has apparently widened his probe into political corruption in Albany by subpoenaing records from the state Joint Commission on Public Ethics, according to published reports.

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  • Sid

    Forget the confidentiality of making reports to state ethics boards. The feds get everything.

    So, report nothing to anyone and keep your privacy. Oh, yes - the crooks and abusers get away with their acts. That‘s the down side. But who needs to deal with our current out of control masters - federal prosecutors?

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