Monthly Archives: January 2013

Death of a Citizen; Birth of a Christian


In the homeless shelter, I was required to apply for Social Security Disability (SSD).  In July 1991 I was declared totally disabled and awarded SSD; with that came Medicare and Medicaid.  Transitional Living Services got me out of the shelter and … Continue reading

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Thereafter


The essential defense of the political corruption between the Onondaga County government and the Republican Party was twofold:  (1) everybody does it and (2) we’ve always done it. There was a conspiracy among county department heads to sell political fundraising … Continue reading

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From The New York Times (Part II)


Citing those remarks [“We need another sodomizer in Attica like we need another Peter Andreoli in Onondaga County.”], Mr. Andreoli asked Judge Cunningham to disqualify himself when he was called upon to rule in a jurisdictional dispute between the special prosecutor and the … Continue reading

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From The New York Times (Part I)


Andreoli’s Investigations Stir a Debate in Syracuse By Charles Kaiser, September 3, 1979 SYRACUSE—Since 1976, when Governor Carey made Peter D. Andreoli the special prosecutor for Onondaga County, three special grand juries have indicted the County Executive, a former district … Continue reading

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The Verdict


Onondaga County Deputy Comptroller Richard Sheeran was indicted on 134 charges of violating Civil Service and Election Laws pertaining to making his employees contribute to the Republican Party.  When the trial verdict was announced, he was acquitted of all the felonies and convicted of … Continue reading

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Exercise or Insulin?


Sorry.  A doctor poisoned me with unmonitored lithium.  There is no literature about the effect of lithium poisoning on the immune system, however, I clearly have immune dysfunction, type unknown.  It causes, among other things, chronic fatigue syndrome and hypersensitivity … Continue reading

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The Trial (Part II)


The first rule of being a good trial attorney is never to ask a question to which you don’t already know the answer.  Gerber does not know why I went to the prosecutor’s office, but John does.  The day before, … Continue reading

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