It seems amazing that an elected official in the highest legal seat in New York would believe it was wise or even legal to hold back public information even if it casts a long shadow over his image. What we need is an investigation of Schneiderman win or lose. Seems that he may be standing on some pretty slimed up ground as is the governor. Remember to vote folks it is the only voice you have.JLCpulse
By Casey Seiler Monday, September 8, 2014 in Timesunion.com
Republican attorney general candidate John Cahill appeared outside the Robert Abrams Building for Law & Justice to criticize Attorney General Eric Schneiderman for failing to release communications between his office and one of his top political consultants.
In June, Crain's New York Business reporter Chris Bragg wrote about Schneiderman's rejection of his Freedom of Information Law request for exchanges between Jennifer Cunningham, a partner in the powerful SKD Knickerbocker firm, and all attorney general personnel — including Schneiderman, who is Cunningham's ex-husband.
The attorney general's office initially claimed that all communications with Cunningham were "intra-agency records" because...