Friday, December 17, 2004

Getting Out of Dodge

So Albany County's Democratic elections commissioner Micheal Monescalchi is calling it quits. He has been working the $33,0000 a year part time job since 1996. Now Mr. Monescalchi says there is no connection between his decision and the fact that D.A. Elect David Soares announced last week that he will be investigating voter fraud in Albany County. None. Wink...wink. Just time to move on to greener pastures. And he absolutely did not have an illegal nanny.

So if you were working a job and you committed crimes, and you quit the job, does that mean you are no longer guilty? Guess that is a question for the D.A. Be interesting if we see any other sudden "resignations" around town any time soon. The new D.A. gets sworn in December 27th. Start polishing those resumes.....

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