Saturday, March 27, 2010

WILL ROGER "SOCKS" STONE BEAT THE NY BOSSES

That is the ten million dollar question behind The Knight in Shinning Money Carl Paladino run for governor in New York.

Boss Cox and Boss Long are in a due or die battle for control, each has placed their bets on different horses Boss Cox on Levy the Bold and Boss Long on the Good Ship Laziostein.

But Roger "Socks" Stone seems to be the "Brain" behind the curtain of The Knight in Shinning Money Carl Paladino, for now the upfront man is Michael Caputo who has a long relationship with Roger "Socks' Stone.

Come April The Knight in Shinning Money CarL Paladino will official throw his hat into the ring of fire and he better have written that Ten Million Dollar Check.

Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli


VJ Machiavelli

No More Schumer, Pelosi, Rangel,Engel, and Arthur Finkelstein & Co

"After Four Years of Scandals it is time for Levy/Faso/Callaghan/Garcia"



LOOKS LIKE THE FEDS ARE HOT ON THE PENSIONGATE TRAIL


IT ALL STARTED WITH HANK MORRIS AND WHERE WILL IT END ?
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Criminal probe reported of CalPERS placement fees

Sacramento Bee - Dale Kasler -

Published: Saturday, Mar. 27, 2010 - 12:00 am | Page 6B

The probe of possible influence-peddling at CalPERS and other public pension funds has become a criminal investigation, the Wall Street Journal is reporting.

Quoting unnamed sources, the newspaper said Friday that U.S. Justice Department investigators inLos Angeles are examining whether investment decisions at CalPERS and other funds were influenced by illegal payments.

The paper said the probe includes the activities of placement agents, middlemen hired by private equity firms to obtain investments from CalPERS and other public funds.

Six people have pleaded guilty to criminal charges involving New York state's public pension system, but no criminal case has been filed in connection with any California funds.

However, California private equity firms and placement agents who have done business at CalPERS are among those who have pleaded guilty or made civil settlements in the New York investigation.

Brad Pacheco, a spokesman for the California Public Employees' Retirement System, said the fund hasn't been contacted by criminal investigators. He said CalPERS continues to cooperate with investigators from the Securities and Exchange Commission, which is conducting a noncriminal investigation.

The California State Teachers' Retirement System, which has also done business with firms that have used placement agents, isn't aware of any criminal investigation, either, said spokesman Ricardo Duran.

Thom Mrozek, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney's office in Los Angeles, declined comment.

Questions about the activities of placement agents vying for CalPERS investments mushroomed after the fund disclosed last fall that one agent, Alfred Villalobos – a fund board member until 1995 – had pocketed almost $60 million in commissions from CalPERS deals.

Villalobos couldn't be reached for comment Friday.

All told, the 10 most prolific placement agents have earned $125 million from CalPERS deals.

The revelations prompted CalPERS to hire a Washington law firm to investigate placement agent activities. The pension fund also rallied around legislation that would ban commission payments and require agents to register as lobbyists. The legislation is pending.

One of those pleading guilty in the New York corruption case – Los Angeles financier Elliott Broidy – has also had dealings with CalPERS. Broidy admitted in December that he paid $1 million to New York state officials to obtain pension fund investments.

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Report: Criminal probe targets Calif. pension fund

The Associated Press - Cathy Bussewitz -

Brad Pacheco, CalPERS' chief spokesman, told the AP his office was not aware of ... CalPERS serves 1.6 million active and retired public employees and holds ...

CalPERS reportedly subject of criminal investigation

Bizjournals.com -

The investigation, as it relates to CalPERS, involves a small number of individuals and millions of dollars, which would be a small fraction of the $200 ...


Report: Criminal probe targets Calif. pension fund

The Associated Press -

At issue is whether the investment decisions of CalPERS fund managers were ... CalPERS' chief spokesman, Brad Pacheco, told the AP his office is not aware ...

Report: Criminal investigators probe CalPERS

Bizjournals.com -

“We are not aware of an investigation,” said Brad Pacheco, spokesman with CalPERS in Sacramento. The pension fund is in the midst of its own investigation .

The Department of Justice looks into CalPERS: Pay-to-play probe ...

Examiner.com -

With this new CalPERS investigation, the inquiry travels west. A CalPERS representative told the WSJ that she is “not aware” of any federal criminal ...

CalPERS probe becomes criminal investigation

Sacramento Bee - Dale Kasler -

The CalPERS influence-peddling probe has turned into a criminal investigation, the Wall Street Journal reported today. ...

Feds Investigate CalPERS

Money Management Letter -

The CalPERS probe is part of a larger investigation into California pension funds. No firms or individuals have been named so far. ...

The Morning Leverage: Calpers Deals Draw More Scrutiny

Wall Street Journal (blog) - Mike Lucas -

News: Metals USA Holdings Corp., a metals processor owned by Apollo Management LP, appears to finally be going public, setting a range for the ...

Wall Street Roundup: Bank conspirators. Pension probe.

Los Angeles Times (blog) -

Justice Department investigators are looking at whether some of the controversial recent investment activity at the California pension fund CalPERS could be ...

On Pay-to-Play and Pension Funds: The Inquiry Spreads West

Wall Street Journal (blog) - Ashby Jones -

According to Emshwiller, the Calpers-related inquiries are focused on a small number of individuals. While the investments under scrutiny totaled “many ...

CalPERS scrutinised in Department of Justice pension fund ...

AltAssets -

CalPERS has come under the gaze of the US Department of Justice as part of an investigation into certain investment transactions of public pension funds, ...

DOJ Said to Examine Calpers Transactions

New York Times (blog) -

A Calpers spokeswoman told the newspaper that she was not aware of any federal criminal investigations scrutinizing the fund's investments. ...

Fed agency scanning certain Calpers transactions

Reuters - Max Whittaker - Sakthi Prasad -

(Reuters) - Los Angeles's justice department is scrutinizing certain investment transactions of public pension funds, including Calpers, the Wall Street ...

Calpers Deals Part of Probe by Justice Into Pay-Play

Wall Street Journal - John R. Emshwiller -

The Calpers-related inquiries are focused on a small number of individuals, said one of the people. While the investments under scrutiny totaled "many .


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All this started with a tip to a hot line set up by "Honest" Chris Callaghan when he ran for Comptroller against Alan Hevesi and just like the Wathergate Break in it has reached into the highest levels of Rich and Powerful Democrats and a Republican or to.


Just Like "Watergate" all you have to do is follow the money and it will lead you to the "GREEDY"


In the end Pensiongate will be bigger than "Watergate"


Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was


Count Vampire J. Machiavelli


VJ Machiavelli


No More Schumer, Pelosi, Rangel,Engel, and Arthur Finkelstein & Co

"After Four Years of Scandals it is time for Levy/Faso/Callaghan/Garcia"



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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

LOOK MA GENERATION ZERO IS HERE

Generation Zero the latest film by David Bossie's Citizens United Productions is a must see.

Don't walk run to see it before it is to late.

Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was


Count Vampire J. Machiavelli


VJ Machiavelli

www.vjmachiavelli.blogspot.com

No More Schumer, Pelosi, Rangel,Engel, and Arthur Finkelstein & Co

"After Four Years of Scandals it is time for Levy/Faso/Callaghan/Garcia"






CARL PALADINO SHOW US THE MONEY

Talk is cheap I want to see the 10 million dollars.

So when you officially throw your heat into the fire you better have a certified check made out to your campaign committee.

BTW will Toto be there to expose who is behind the curtain, and will it be Roger "socks" Stone ?

Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was


Count Vampire J. Machiavelli


VJ Machiavelli

www.vjmachiavelli.blogspot.com

No More Schumer, Pelosi, Rangel,Engel, and Arthur Finkelstein & Co

"After Four Years of Scandals it is time for Levy/Faso/Callaghan/Garcia"

Monday, March 22, 2010

IS ROGER "SOCKS" STONE BEHIND THE CARL PALADINO CURTAIN ?



Michael Caputo and Roger "Socks" Stone have been "Partners" in a number of "Projects in the past and present.


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Sen Dockery in Tea Party brawl

Tampabay.com (blog) - ‎Feb 23, 2010‎

by Dara Kam | February 23rd, 2010

State senator and GOP governor hopeful Paula Dockery blasted Republican operative Michael Caputo for linking her with Orlando politico Doug Guetzloe, the center of a Tea Party turf battle playing out in federal court.

Guetzloe joined forces with Dockery in fighting the SunRail/CSX deal during the special legislative session and has supported her candidacy against Attorney General Bill McCollum in the Republican primary for governor.

Caputo, a Republican operative who has worked on campaigns in and out of the U.S. and who is closely linked with Roger Stone, and a variety of local Tea Party groups filed a lawsuit against Guetzloe and his cohorts accusing them of hijacking the “real” Tea Party and asking the court to order him to stop using the “Tea Party” moniker.

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  1. the albany project:: BUSTED: Roger Stone and Michael Caputo Are LIARSBUSTED: Roger Stone and Michael Caputo Are LIARS. by: phillip anderson. Mon Aug 20, 2007 at 13:16:40 PM EDT. Ever since the day I received the first email .
  2. the albany project:: NY-20: Roger Stone Snapped In Clifton Park ...Apr 6, 2009 ... You remember Michael Caputo, don't you? The guy who claimed to have "never worked in New York politics at Roger Stone's behest? ...
  3. The Strange Case Of Michael Caputo | The Daily GothamSo, Michael Caputo, who isn't working with Roger Stone, the man Bruno is paying to preserve his Senate Majority at all costs, though they have worked ...
  4. Michael Caputo | The Daily GothamFirst of all, Michael Caputo is getting email addresses from Roger Stone, and we have proof. Phil Anderson of The Albany Project signed up for Roger Stone's .
  5. Michael Caputo | The New York ObserverIt's basically a poster that outlines the Roger Stone argument (and, for that matter, the Michael Caputo argument) that Eliot Spitzer has been distracted by ..
  6. Roger Stone - Capitol Confidential - New York Politics ...She is being advised by Republican strategist Roger Stone. .... e-mail lists of Republican operatives all looking much the same, says Michael Caputo. ... And it's “very highly likely,” Caputo says, that he and Roger Stone, and probably ...
  7. MotherJones: GOP Hatchet Man "Predicted" Spitzer's Downfall (Roger ...Jump to Roger Stone and Michael Caputo‎: Those two services are run by Michael Caputo, a Buffalo-area Republican who has worked with Mr. Stone in ...
  8. Abe Gurko: Kristin Davis + Roger Stone = Nonsense - Kristin Davis NewsEnter Michael Caputo (no relation to reporter Marc Caputo, i.e., me). He's an operative with close ties to uber-attack man Roger Stone and the Florida .
  9. Roger Stone and Friends Want Larry Kudlow in the Senate - roger ...Feb 10, 2010 ... Even more fun: the treasurer is Michael Caputo and the finance chair is John ... Lakian is a close friend of GOP operative Roger Stone, ..
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So Roger "Sock" Stone are you behind the Curtain ?

Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was


Count Vampire J. Machiavelli


VJ Machiavelli

www.vjmachiavelli.blogspot.com

No More Schumer, Pelosi, Rangel,Engel, and Arthur Finkelstein & Co

"After Four Years of Scandals it is time for Levy/Faso/Callaghan/Garcia"



Friday, March 19, 2010

HASSAN NEMAZEE WHO HELP SCHUMER IN 2006 RAISE 115 MILLION DOLLARS PLEADS GUILTY.

Ex-Clinton fund-raiser pleads guilty to fraud

Boston Globe - ‎

Hassan Nemazee, 60, was arrested last year on charges that he used fake collateral to obtain more than $290 million in loans from major banks. ...


In brief

Wilkes Barre Times-Leader - ‎

Manhattan investment banker Hassan Nemazee, 60, who was once a top fundraiser for Hillary Rodham Clinton and other big-name Democrats, pleaded guilty ...


Business Briefs

NewsOK.com - ‎

Hassan Nemazee was arrested last year on charges that he used fake collateral to obtain more than $290 million in loans from major banks. ...


Chicagoan pleads guilty to role in Mumbai terror attacks

Tampabay.com - ‎

Hassan Nemazee, 60, was charged last year with using fake collateral to obtain $290 million in loans from major banks. El Paso, Texas: American law ...


Donor to Democrats Pleads Guilty to $292 Million Fraud

New York Times - Colin Moynihan - ‎

“I am deeply ashamed of my conduct,” the man, Hassan Nemazee, 60, told Judge Sidney H. Stein in Federal District Court in Manhattan. ...


Democratic fundraiser guilty in 292 million dollars fraud

MSN Malaysia News - ‎

New York financier Hassan Nemazee, 60, faces a maximum of 30 years in prison for each of three counts of bank fraud and one count of wire fraud. ...


Top Democratic Fundraiser Pleads Guilty to Fraud

ABC News - Matthew Mosk - ‎

A longtime friend and confidante of the Clintons, Hassan Nemazee, 60, served in a variety of high-ranking fundraising roles for leading Democrats.


Democratic Booster Hassan Nemazee Admits To $292 Million Bank Fraud

The Business Insider - ‎‎

Dept. of Justice: [Nemazee] pleaded guilty today to charges of defrauding Bank of America, Citibank, HSBC, and a longtime friend and business associate of a ...


Hassan Nemazee

TPMMuckraker (blog) - ‎‎

Hassan Nemazee, who spent millions on a luxury lifestyle including huge donations to top Democratic politicians, pleaded guilty to a $292 million fraud ...


Disgraced Dem donor Hassan Nemazee pleads guilty to $292M fraud

New York Post - Bruce Golding - ‎

Disgraced Democratic donor Hassan Nemazee has just six more weeks of freedom after pleading guilty this afternoon to a $292 million ...


Disgraced Dem donor Hassan Nemazee pleads guilty to $292M fraud

New York Post - Bruce Golding - ‎

Disgraced Democratic donor Hassan Nemazee has just six more weeks of freedom after pleading guilty this afternoon to a $292 million ...

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POOR "KING" BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER SCHUMER ANOTHER ONE OF HIS MEAL BUDDIES COPS A PLEA..


He must be having night mares trying to figure who will be next.



Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was


Count Vampire J. Machiavelli


VJ Machiavelli

www.vjmachiavelli.blogspot.com

No More Schumer, Pelosi, Rangel,Engel, and Arthur Finkelstein & Co

"After Four Years of Scandals it is time for Levy/Faso/Callaghan/Garcia"




Thursday, March 18, 2010

LEVY VS LAZIOSTEIN LET THE BATTLE BEGIN

NY Times

Planned Switch to G.O.P. Stirs Governor’s Race in New York

By JEREMY W. PETERS

Published: March 17, 2010

ALBANY — A governor’s race that seemed all but settled could soon be upended again, by a popular Democrat from Long Island who is planning to switch parties, a move certain to excite Republican leaders pessimistic about their party’s hopes this fall.

Those leaders believe that the official, Steve Levy, a blunt-spoken fiscal hawk and contrarian who collected 96 percent of the vote in his last re-election bid, can tap into the public’s anti-incumbent sentiment and frustration with Albany’s overspending.

Mr. Levy, 50, the Suffolk County executive, said he wanted voters to see him as “Scott Brown II,” referring to the Massachusetts senator who pulled off an upset against a heavily favored Democrat in January.

“There really seems to be a void out there that I can fit perfectly,” Mr. Levy said, describing Albany’s political culture as a “cesspool.”

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Let the Republican voters decide who should be the standard bearer against the Democ"RATS" in November.

Levy, Laziostein or someone else put them all on the ballot and let the Republican voters sort it out.

Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was


Count Vampire J. Machiavelli


VJ Machiavelli

www.vjmachiavelli.blogspot.com

No More Schumer, Pelosi, Rangel,Engel, and Arthur Finkelstein & Co

"After Four Years of Scandals it is time for Levy/Faso/Callaghan/Garcia"



Sunday, March 14, 2010

MAYBE IT IS TIME TO SEND MR. SMITH BACK TO WASHINGTON


I would love to see someone like Mark W. Smith the author of The Official Handbook of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy: The Arguments you need to defeat the Loony Left, he is also a former professor of Law, and regularly appears in the national media as a political and legal commentator run for US Senate against either "King" Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Schumer or "Queen" Et Tu Gillibrand.

Now that would be a race and in the end Mr Smith would go to Washington.

Count Vampire J. Machiavelli

VJ Machiavelli

No More Schumer, Pelosi, Rangel,Engel, and Arthur Finkelstein & Co
"After Four Years of Scandals it is time for Levy/Faso/Callaghan/Garcia"


Saturday, March 13, 2010

CORRUPTION OR HOW TO BECOME A MILLIONAIRE LIKE HANK MORRIS




'A Culture of Corruption'

New York Times - ‎

‘A Culture of Corruption’

  • Published: March 12, 2010

So far, there have been six guilty pleas in Attorney General Andrew Cuomo’s investigation of the real and potential abuses surrounding New York’s $129 billion public pension investments. The most important and revealing of these came Wednesday, when David Loglisci, the former chief investment officer of the pension fund, admitted flatly that he had violated state securities law.

The written statement Mr. Loglisci issued after his guilty plea provided compelling and frightening evidence of how deeply New York’s pay-to-play culture had undermined the public interest.

Acknowledging that he had breached his fiduciary duties by giving investment opportunities to political favorites, Mr. Loglisci left little mystery about the forces at work inside former Comptroller Alan Hevesi’s shop.

“Investment decisions were made in part according to political benefit for the comptroller, rather than exclusively in the best interests of the people,” he wrote. “The political motivations for investment selection were chronic and institutionalized throughout the office, creating a culture of corruption at the highest levels.”

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Corruption 101: required reading

Albany Times Union -



Corruption 101: required reading


First published: Friday, March 12, 2010


David Loglisci's account of how he allowed kickbacks to go on in the state's pension system while he was its chief investment officer should be required reading for every politician and state employee.

Beyond shedding fresh light on how the pension fund was corrupted at the highest levels, the two-page statement Mr. Loglisci read in court Wednesday is a primer in political patronage, and how it can become so institutionalized that it passes for business as usual.

And it's a warning that whether it's called a kickback, pay-to-play or patronage, it is not good government, and, as Mr. Loglisci now knows all too well, it could be criminal. For his role in a scheme that got him a promotion, he now faces prison.

Mr. Loglisci detailed how a senior official in the Comptroller's Office told him that firms looking to handle certain investments for the $129 billion pension fund had to be cleared by Hank Morris, then-Comptroller Alan Hevesi's political adviser and campaign manager. To get the business, Mr. Loglisci said, firms had to contribute to Mr. Hevesi's campaign, or pay a "placement fee" to Mr. Morris or his associates.

The use of placement fees or campaign contributions as bribes prompted an investigation by Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's office that has netted more than $120 million in payments from people and firms that played along. Six individuals have pleaded guilty for paying or receiving kickbacks. Mr. Morris has been indicted. Mr. Hevesi, who resigned in 2006 after his conviction in connection with personal uses of state resources, hasn't been charged so far in the pension schemes.

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New York AG's Pay-to-Play Probe Heats UP

Wall Street Journal (blog) - Ashby Jones - ‎Mar 11, 2010‎

It was a big day yesterday for New York attorney general Andrew Cuomo in his long-running corruption investigation of officials who oversaw ...


Hevesi's Fund Chief Admits Pay-To-Play

Queens Tribune - Joseph Orovic - ‎Mar 11, 2010‎

... to Hevesi's political consultant Hank Morris, who then allegedly used his new clout to steer State money towards politically favored investment firms. ...


Rattner in Talks to Settle a Probe

Wall Street Journal - Peter Lattman - ‎Mar 11, 2010‎

Quadrangle also paid a $1.1 million finder's fee to Hank Morris in exchange for securing the investment from the New York fund. Mr. Loglisici said Wednesday ...


Ex-N.Y. Pension CIO Pleads Guilty In Pay-To-Play Case

FINalternatives - ‎Mar 11, 2010‎

Loglisci said Henry Morris, the top political advisor to former New York Comptroller Alan Hevesi, controlled which alternative investment firms would ...


NY man with ties to New Mexico film pleads guilty in NY investment scandal

The New Mexico Independent - Trip Jennings - ‎Mar 11, 2010‎

... former State Comptroller Alan G. Hevesi and to companies that paid kickbacks to Mr. Hevesi's top political consultant, Hank Morris, according to the Times.


Former State Official Pleads Guilty To Felony

NY1 - Grace Rauh - ‎Mar 11, 2010‎

... he was instructed by senior officials in the comptroller's office to have Hevesi's top political aide, Hank Morris, sign off on investment proposals. ...


Rattner, Cuomo Said to Be in Talks on Pension Probe

BusinessWeek - Karen Freifeld - ‎Mar 11, 2010‎

Rattner headed New York-based Quadrangle when the private- equity firm paid Henry “HankMorris, former chief political consultant to then-state Comptroller ...

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Little by little they are coping plea deals and little by little the truth is coming out about "Pensiongate"


It stars Hank Morris and a cast of very rich and powerful Democrats and a Republican or to





Thursday, March 11, 2010

DAVID LOGLISCI COPS A PLEA


Former Pension Official Pleads Guilty to Corruption

Before It's News - ‎

David Loglisci, along with several other officials under then-state Comptroller Alan Hevesi, gave investment firms illegal access to the state's Common ...


Rattner in Talks to Settle a Probe

Wall Street Journal - Peter Lattman - ‎

A guilty plea on Wednesday by David Loglisci, the former chief investment officer of the $129 billion fund, turned a spotlight on Mr. Rattner, a well-known ...


Ex-official David Loglisci's guilty plea advances NY state pension probe

Washington Post - Tomoeh Murakami Tse - ‎

On Wednesday, David Loglisci, who served as chief investment officer of the New York state comptroller's office, pleaded guilty to a corruption charge in a ...


Former Pension Official Pleads Guilty to Corruption

The Epoch Times - Jack Phillips - ‎

David Loglisci, along with several other officials under then-state Comptroller Alan Hevesi, gave investment firms illegal access to the state's Common ...


Former Hevesi Aide Pleads Guilty in Pension Case

New York Times - Danny Hakim - ‎

“Alan Hevesi never instructed David Loglisci or anyone at the comptroller's office to obtain Hank Morris's approval prior to recommending or declining ...


Cuomo: Reform Needed to Prevent Pension Fraud

WXXI - Rachel Ward - ‎

David Loglisci, a former chief investment officer for New York's public pension fund, pleaded guilty to a felony, for helping to steer state dollars to ...


Cuomo Keeps Rattner in Limbo

New York Observer - Reid Pillifant - ‎

The questions came after David Loglisci, a former deputy comptroller, pleaded guilty today to a felony violation of the state's general business law, ...


Ex-official admits guilt in NY pension probe

The Associated Press - Jennifer Peltz - ‎

David Loglisci pleaded guilty Wednesday to a securities fraud charge, becoming the highest-ranking member of former state Comptroller Alan Hevesi's ...


Guilty plea in state pay-to-play scheme

WIVB - Eli George - ‎

State Attorney General, Andrew Cuomo, says David Loglisci admits to helping channel hundreds of millions of dollars in public pension money to politically ...


Former auto czar still subject of Cuomo probe

Politico (blog) - ‎

A top Hevesi aide, David Loglisci, pled guilty today to knowledge of corruption in the comptroller's office, where a top political aide, Hank Morris, ...


Bank and Tech Shares Lead Wall Street Higher

InvestorGuide - ‎

David Loglisci, former chief investment officer of the New York state pension fund under former comptroller Alan Hevesi, pleaded guilty in connection with ...


Former New York state official pleads guilty in 'pay to play' scandal

Los Angeles Times - Marc Lifsher - ‎

David Loglisci admits that he based investment decisions on whether they would benefit former state Comptroller Alan Hevesi and his political advisor, ...


Investment Officer Pleads Guilty to Felony in State Pension Probe

WNYC - ‎

David Loglisci pleaded guilty to securities fraud, a felony violation. He faces a possible sentence of up to four years in prison. ...


David Loglisci Cops Pension Scam Plea, Says 'Senior Officials' Made Him Do It.

Village Voice (blog) - Tom Robbins - ‎

The bad news broke about 10:30 this morning when Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's office announced that it had obtained a guilty plea from David Loglisci, ...


Ex-NY pension fund investment chief pleads guilty

Reuters - Joan Gralla, Jonathan Stempel - ‎

David Loglisci, who had reported directly to onetime Democratic Comptroller Alan Hevesi, admitted to violating the state's Martin Act and will cooperate in ...


Guilty plea from former New York state CIO Loglisci

Pensions & Investments - Robert Steyer - ‎

David Loglisci, former chief investment officer for the New York State Comptroller's office, pleaded guilty to charges that he helped steer ...


Former Political Bigwig Pleads Guilty to NY Pension Scam

Hedge Fund Net - Marc Raybin - ‎

The office of New York's Attorney General Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday that David Loglisci, the former chief ...


Muck tracker - Former NYS official pleads guilty in pension case

Muckety - ‎

By Muckety David Loglisci, former New York deputy comptroller, pleaded guilty Wednesday in the wide-ranging probe of pay-to-play investments in the state ...


Loglisci's Plea »

New York Daily News (blog) - Elizabeth Benjamin - ‎

Here's the guilty plea obtained by AG Andrew Cuomo from former OSC chief investment officer David Loglisci in which he admits to ...


Ex-official admits guilt in NY pension probe

The Associated Press - ‎

David Loglisci (loh-GLEE'-see) pleaded guilty in a Manhattan court Wednesday to a securities fraud charge. Loglisci had authority to recommend how to invest ...


NY's former top pension exec pleads guilty to felony: Cuomo

New York Daily News - ‎

David Loglisci, who faces a sentence of 1-1/3 years, or 16 months, to four years in prison, acknowledged abdicating his authority to Henry "Hank" Morris, ...


Former chief investment officer pleads guilty in Cuomo's pension fund probe

Albany Business Review - ‎

David Loglisci pleaded guilty to one count of felony fraud under the state's Martin Act, which arms the state attorney general to investigate financial ...


Is Hevesi In Cuomo's Crosshairs? AG: No Comment »

New York Daily News (blog) - Elizabeth Benjamin - ‎

In his guilty plea, David Loglisci, the former chief investment officer under Hevesi, said he had been instructed by unnamed senior officials in the ...


Cuomo won't say if Hevesi was aware

Albany Times Union (blog) - Jimmy Vielkind - ‎12 hours ago‎

... Andrew Cuomo was asked about a line in his press release announcing the guilty plea of David Loglisci, a senior aide to former Comptroller Alan Hevesi. ...


Ex-New York Pension Officer Loglisci Pleads Guilty

BusinessWeek - Karen Freifeld - ‎

March 10 (Bloomberg) -- David Loglisci, chief investment officer of the New York state pension fund under former Comptroller Alan Hevesi, ...

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Now they have a guide to help them follow the money from LA to The Hamptons and all points in between.


The "Pensiongate" scandal is bigger then "Watergate" and has a cast of very rich and powerful Democrats, plus a Republican or to.


Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was


Count Vampire J. Machiavelli


VJ Machiavelli