Another Pension-Scheme Charge From Cuomo, With ‘More Actions’ Likely

Complaint against Saul Meyer
ALBANY—Attorney General Andrew Cuomo just completed a conference call announcing charges against Saul Meyer, a partner in Aldus Equity. Meyer is the latest person implicated in Cuomo’s ongoing probe of how the state’s pension fund was used as a pay-to-play device during the tenure of former comptroller Alan Hevesi.
So far, the investigation has resulted in indictments of Hank Morris and David Loglisci, top Hevesi aides; charges against Robert Harding, the former chairman of the state Liberal Party who allegedly arranged for Hevesi’s son Andrew to win a seat in the State Assembly, and the guilty plea of hedge-fund manager

Another Pension-Scheme Charge From Cuomo, With ‘More Actions’ Likely