MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2013The post from Ethicsgate on December 30, 2013 was re-posted here, and then I received a DCMA complaint notice from Google. Frank Brady/AKA Kevin McKeon/AKA 1000 other names at work?
I have been asked to edit this. What do I edit out, Mr. Complainer? Your post remains up in its' entirety. I simply re-posted it with the link. Please let me know how I am violating any rights, rules, regulations or laws. I will post your reply here on this blog.
Please let me know .
Here is the notice I received. Please note that none of the post below is original content by me, and therefore I am not the original reporter and will not be threatened.
Jan 29 (4 days ago)
|Ernest J. Collazo|
December 30, 2013
64-Year-Old Bronx Native Provides Hope for Corruption Clean-Up
Again, hopes spring eternal, and a new chairman of the corrupt attorney "ethics" committee has been named….. more....
Ernest J. Collazo is a respected Columbia Law School graduate (class of 1974), and a managing partner of Collazo Florentino & Keil LLP. Mr. Collazo formally takes over on January 1, 2014 as the head of the disgraced court group charged with ethics oversight of attorneys with offices in The Bronx and Manhattan- the Departmental Disciplinary Committee (the "DDC").
Mr. Collazo has been active with the DDC since 2008, and has been a member of the DDC Policy Committee since 2012. His tenure at the DDC has provided him with first-hand knowledge of how dysfunctional the DDC is, and the urgent need that the first order of business be to remove Jorge Dopico as chief counsel. Mr. Dopico began his tenure with positive action, but quickly succumbed to political pressures and became another soul-less and corrupt hack with predecessors Thomas Cahill and Alan Friedberg.
While some insiders are concerned over Mr. Collazo's ties to the former DDC chairman Roy Reardon, Mr. Collazo has privately expressed his dismay at how ethics investigations by the DDC have been routinely covered-up for connected insiders, and that have tarnished the DDC's credibility for years. Mr. Collazo has confided with associates that he will make the long-overdue changes necessary to restore trueethics back to the ethics oversight committee.
Chairman Collazo had been employed from 1977-1991 at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, the law firm of Roy Reardon, and the group long-rumored to stall legal ethics accountability at the DDC and at the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals.
It is hopeful that the Mr. Collazo will be guided by another Bronx-born-attorney-turned Presiding-Justice, the Hon. Francis T. Murphy, Jr., who sent armed officers to lock down the offices of the DDC when it was corrupt under his authority. (CLICK HERE TO SEE THE MURPHY REPORT)
CLICK HERE TO SEE ADDITIONAL BACKGROUND,"Governor Cuomo Asked to Shut Down NY's Corrupt Court "Ethics" Committees"