Michael Caputo, the “editor of NYFacts.net, makes Joe Bruno seem shy and retiring on the subject of bringing Eliot Spitzer to justice.
In a letter to the Buffalo News (a link to which he emailed around earlier today), Caputo says Spitzer violated Bruno’s civil rights and committed a serious crime. He writes:
Nothing? Comptroller Alan Hevesi used state cars to cart his wife around, got berated in The News and was eventually bounced. But not Spitzer — it was a staff snafu.”
This is a sort of a tangential question, but at what point does this sort of talk make other Albany officialssuspected of misbehavior uncomfortable?