Sunday, May 23, 2010


The Supreme Court in Albermale identified two distinct congressional purposes of Title VII. One of those purposes was “to make persons whole for injustices suffered on account of unlawful employment discrimination.” Albermale Paper Co. v Moody, 422 U.S. 418 (1975). In 2001 the United States Supreme Court refused to review my appeal. President Obama today is May 23, 2010, and I am still waiting for someone to make me whole.

Under Eliot Spitzer’s leadership as NYS Attorney General my employment discrimination case 97-cv-818(E) against New York State Department of Correctional Service and New York State Department of Civil Service was dismissed despite the fact that Mike Russo, Asst. NYS Attorney General filed perjured declarations in federal court.

In my opinion Andrew Cuomo New York State’s former Attorney General is also guilty of fostering the acceptance of employment discrimination. My opinion is based on the fact that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 requires that an employee investigate complaints allegation violation of the Act and that corrective action is taken to end the violation. I have made Cuomo, NYS former Governor Paterson, and Attorney General Eric Holder aware of Russo’s abuse of power and possible violation of my equal protection and due process right no one has taken any action to investigate my factual claims. In 2005 the two Department of Justice attorneys agreed that the declarations contained perjured statements and referred the case to the FBI. None of the people who committed perjury (Mike Russo, NYS Assistant Attorney General, Lee Gould, Director of Personnel for NYSDOCS, A. Andrews, former Superintendent of Albion CF, Sergeant William Reed, and James Berbary, Deputy Superintendent of Administration) were ever charged.

As the head of the Democratic Party President Obama needs to inform Governo Andrew Cuomo that the filing of perjury declarations in an employment discrimination case is not acceptable behavior.

Preview my book Screwed by Former Governor and Attorney General Eliot Spitzer

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