Are wrapped up in Assemblyman Anthony Seminerio‘s corruption case.
From Jacob Gershman:
Federal court documents from the case described a friendly relationship between Mr. Kruger and the chief executive of MediSys, a health-care network that includes Jamaica Hospital in Queens and Brookdale University hospital in Brooklyn.
The chief executive of MediSys Read More
Anthony Seminerio, the former assemblyman who pleaded guilty to tacking kickbacks in exchange for providing help to those who wanted state funding, was sentenced to six years in prison today and required to forfeit a million dollars.
Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald didn’t accept Mr. Seminerio’s claim that he only violated the law once in his Read More
Anthony Seminerio, the Assemblyman from Queens indicted in a “favor-selling scam” resigned from the Assembly today, after almost 31 years in office.
In an interview with me last year, Seminerio said that “The only thing that ever changes in Albany are the faces.” Also: “The system stays intact.”
Andrew Stengel at the Brennan Center is inviting state lawmakers to send him their unredacted financial disclosure forms. The forms are supposed to let the public see for themselves if there is anything improper in a lawmaker’s personal finances that may affect them in their public capacity.
The request is motivated by Read More
Given all the recent talk of bringing change to Albany, Governor Eliot Spitzer’s humbling budget compromise after a prolonged and highly public battle with the State Legislature may have come as a surprise to some people.
But at least one official says he always knew what was going to happen.
Meet Anthony Seminerio, a 72-year-old Read More