SPITZER-PROBE BOSS IN VACATION UPROAR
THE man supposedly leading a key state probe of Gov. Spitzer and the Dirty Tricks Scandal has abruptly taken a 21/2-week vacation in South America - after secretly receiving a $15,000 pay raise, The Post has learned.
Recently hired Public Integrity Commission Executive Director Herbert Teitelbaum's extended vacation in Argentina has left stunned commission employees questioning his commitment to a probe aimed at determining if Spitzer and his aides broke the law by using the State Police in an effort to politically damage Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno (R-Rensselaer.)
I voted for this guy. My wife voted for him. He was supposed to be the candidate that would "wipe out the corruption in New York" after his tenure as the AG. Time after time he makes us think that he's just another politician. I'd write more, but... this is just sad.