Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Mob Wars

New York’s Political Mob Wars

Organized Crime Politics,

Organized Crime Politics Part 1

Mob never left the WATERFRONT

Council Wimps, What Mob? The council ignores the real reason for the death of two firefighter at the Deutsche Bank by passing meaningless laws that will not solve the problem. In the last several months we have been told of organized crime involvement in both the contractors taking down the Deutsche Bank and the NYC Building Department which is responsible for regulation them. What is the council answer to this problem passing a bill that prevents building crews from performing demolitions at the same time as asbestos abatement. In New York is your a legislator it OK to ignore reality, because the public reelects you no matter how you behave. In the city and Albany Not I, Said the New York Senate As New York State’s money supply runs down, its senators need to start taking real actions instead of hiding from reality New York's debt level of $64.8 billion is higher than ever The Capital of the Mob World Former Prosecutor Appointed to Investigate Corruption in Crane Operators’ Union

City's Mob Two Step The mob with full knowledge and acceptance regularly gets around city and state rules that prohibit them from benefiting from city funded developments in two ways. The mob takes advantage that many of the project funded by the city in whole or part are built by second parties. The city heavily subsidised the building of the new Mets stadium thought bond guarantees, while the ball team's owners built the CitiField and hired contractors Met 'mob' contracts Shady firms got $52M to build Citi Field. The second way the Mob builds city and state funded project is through development corporations like Lower Manhattan who do not do the background checks that the city and state are required to do. In Deutsche bank blaze, DA to charge mob-tied subcontractor John Galt Corp. with manslaughter

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