Cuomo Speaks, and Thompson and DiNapoli Dump Aldus

ALBANY—It’s fair to assume that no public connection between a public official and the ongoing pension fund investigation being driven by Attorney General Andrew Cuomo is going to last long.
City Comptroller Bill Thompson and State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli—who have elections before them—both began the process today of ending relationships with a company caught up in the probe, within hours of an announcement by Cuomo.
DiNapoli issued a statement saying the state’s common retirement fund had already been in the process of ending its relationship with Aldus Equity, whose founding partner was charged today, and the charges filed today by Cuomo “have simply accelerated our actions.

Cuomo Speaks, and Thompson and DiNapoli Dump Aldus