Posted by Mark Smith on February 03, 2000 at 19:59:53:
In Reply to: Re: City Marshal Suspended - Falty Service on Tenants: WRONG!: not 'falty' nor faulty, but false! posted by duh on February 02, 2000 at 17:26:52:
I inadvertently posted this message with this subject line, and then posted it again with a better subject line. The service on tenants may very well have been faulty (improper service or sewer service), with false affidavits of service.
I know how to spell faulty (although Basil Falty of Falty Towers would probably take exception), but I inadvertently posted the first message when switching between false and faulty in the subject line.
: : The New York Law Journal is carrying this story in its Wednesday, February 2nd online edition:
: : New York City Marshal Howard J. Schain, who is also an attorney, began serving a four-month suspension yesterday ordered by the Department of Investigation for official misconduct. DOI investigators said Mr. Schain, 46, of Brooklyn, had tampered with official records in 1995 and filed false records relating to his service on tenants of pre-eviction notices. The DOI also imposed a $50,000 fine on Mr. Schain, who reported a net income of $339,000 in 1998.
: spellchecker: FAULTY.
: dictionary: filing FALSE records is not equal to filing FAULTY records: the man did not deliver the notices but falsely said that he did. innocent people were harmed....
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