Posted by Hawk on March 23, 1999 at 13:13:48:
Months ago I posted a message asking folks to contact me about examples of improper conduct by DHCR. The response was small and no viable cases were presented. So, i'll try again.
I had a case in which I was so sure that fraud had been committed that I went to the US Attorneys Office with a complaint. That office, in turn, referred my complaint to the New York Attorney Generals Office because I was told it was a "state" matter. I'm assuming that given the politics of the last Attornry Generals Office that complaint was buried and no investigation ever occurred. I never heard back from the New York Attorneys General Office after I confirmed that my complaint had actually been referred from the US Attorneys Office.
Soon I plan on renewing my complaint with the new Attorney General, who might be interested in opening an investigation, just like he recently started an investigation about the police and their possible improper conduct. So, if anyone has a case of possible improper conduct by DHCR please let me know. The more bona fide cases of improper conduct that are presented to the Attorney General the better the likelhood that an investigation will be undertaken. Please contact me only with very real examples of inappropiate or improper conduct by DHCR -- such as dates on computer records being changed, or registration statements being added to the computer system and the filing date back dated. (That is the case I will present to the Attorney General.)
Your prompt respone will be appreciated. Please notify everone you know of this request for other cases of possibe improper conduct. Depending on the response I get, I expect to contact the Attorney General in a few weeks.
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