Gov. Cuomo Says He Hasn’t Been Asked To Speak To Prosecutors

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Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said that he has not been asked to speak to federal prosecutors about his anti-corruption panel.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said that he has not been asked to speak to federal prosecutors about his anti-corruption panel. Photo Credit: File

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said that he has not been asked to speak to federal prosecutors regarding the Moreland Commission, reports Newsday.

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara has acquired the cases opened by the anti-corruption panel appointed by Cuomo, and is looking into possible witness tampering according to the report.

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Thats one thing iv noticed about the U.S. Attorneys office. They take forever to make arrests in these types of investigations. When they know that the politician is corrupt. The samething happened when other politicians were corrupt.
The U.S. attorney does not always makes arrests even when a politician is super corrupt. We need more accountability and transparency within every level of our government.
We must rid ourselves of these corrupt politicians throughout our country and we need to act now.
We need a committee that has the power to put people like Mr. Cuomo behind bars and not be interfered with or disbanded. We need to hold all politicians to a much higher standard because of there position of trust. We need to revamp our committee on professional conduct and Ethics.

And yet the people of NY will re-elect him

from the stories ive read, new york times, post and daily news cuomo is corrupt and should be indicted.