When you work for the State of New York you are subject to more scrutiny than most in any other type work place simply because your salary is being funding with taxpayers dollars. It comes with the territory that your position always has a spotlight on it, from the Governor on down.
Doing the right thing is paramount, especially when you represent the highest office of law enforcement. When you don’t do it straight, the cockroaches come out of the walls by the thousands just to point at your shortcomings.
The new story today that spouted is that there is a active search of the person that submitted the comments on this blog and throughout the college as well. “Teflon” is interested in filing a lawsuit regarding defamation of character, libel or slander against the emailer/commenter.
The man, a law school dropout, has to get his daily fix of not being in the courtroom, by watching the “People’s Court” everyday at lunchtime, hoping to figure out who is telling the truth. Yet when he sat with Costa during the interview, he was clueless to the background of the man he hired and never spent “two seconds” to Google the man.