Ms.Esposito was stymied by the corruption and official misconduct *(NY Penal Law §195.00 Official misconduct) of various NY State and City employees who Andrew promised to root out. Allen Issac was found to have made unwanted sexual advances to Ms.Esposito and committed Felony Level Sexual Abuse, Coercion And Soliciting Sex From His Client, Obstruction of Justice, etc., and these crimes were reported to Manhattan Special Victims Squad, and listed As "Felony Level Sexual Abuse."; Although there was an arrest warrant out for Defendant Allen Issac, the Police Department never acted upon because, "favors were called".
Andrew Cuomo, those favors and Issac's conduct and the continuing cover up by NY employed attorneys was the corrruption you promised to root out. What's your Public Integrity Unit for?
You could have answered before Federal Judge Scheindlin, that you :
And Andrew, it wasn't just one woman, because "Ms. Filomeno also reported Mr. Isaacs to DDC, because she had been similarily victimized by Defendant, Allen Issac."
Andrew Cuomo, don't blame this on your lackey, Monica A. Connell, because she only filed the court document in your name! Your court filing indicates that Sex Abuse and subsequent cover-up by NY State employees were the official policy of NY State and not acts which were not part of their NY State employment. By the way, the 11th amendment is superseded by the 14th Amendment in your legal arguments, in case you or Monica forgot:
Andrew Cuomo, you lied in your Cuomo2010 website. You haven't rooted out and punished corruption
Andrew Cuomo, did you get an indulgence for yourself and Issac from Marcia Pappas of NY NOW? Otherwise, what's your excuse? A FYI for your Public integrity Unit for a criminal prosecution follows:
* Penal Law §195.00 Official misconduct. A public servant is guilty of official misconduct when, with intent to obtain a benefit or deprive another person of a benefit:
1. He commits an act relating to his office but constituting an unauthorized exercise of his official functions, knowing that such act is unauthorized;
or 2. He knowingly refrains from performing a duty which is imposed upon him by law or is clearly inherent in the nature of his office.