Study Advocates Immediate Reform for Ethics Watchdog

, New York Law Journal

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Albany's chief ethics watchdog commission has failed to fulfill its primary mission—to stem corruption by public officials and restore New Yorkers' trust in government, according to a study released Friday.

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    The timing of this article could not be any better. Today, I will be filing a Motion TODAY for the DISQUALIFICATION of the corrupt and dishonorable P. Kevin Castel due to his bias, prejudice, impropriety and overall fraud that has taken place in my case!

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