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THE CORRUPTION OF ROBERT MORGENTHAU

November 16, 2012

 

 

ROBERT MORGENTHAU:  NEW YORK COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR SALE

 

It has been known for many years that the New York County District Attorney can be bought. 

 

My first recollection of the purchase of the Manhattan District Attorney by a career criminal came when my Mr. Biele, the father of my friend, told me that then Manhattan County District Attorney Frank Hogan was his business partner.  Mr. Biele was in the Italian Mafia.

 

But his successor as Manhattan District Attorney, Robert Morgenthau, was worse.  Morgenthau knowingly protected Robert VanCaneghan, a confessed serial rapist.

 

In March 1996 Tom Wornom, a Bureau Chief in the Office of the Manhattan District Attorney, picked me up as a favor to Joel Lovett, then Vice Chairman of the American Stock Exchange.  In November 1995 I had approached Joel Lovett and told him to give information to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about a series of rapes, which had been perpetrated by Robert VanCaneghan, a member of the Board of the American Stock Exchange.

 

Joel Lovett, Vice Chairman of the American Stock Exchange then contacted Arthur Levitt, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, former Chairman of the American Stock Exchange and a member of the Harmonie Club.  Levitt had used his influence as Chairman of the American Stock Exchange to have an FBI investigation into criminal activities of two members of the Board of the American Stock Exchange, halted.

 

Robert VanCaneghan and Louis Miceli were members of the Board of the American Stock Exchange.  Both Miceli and VanCaneghan had been involved with the Italian Mafia in perpetrating the stock fraud, PNF, on the floor of the American Stock Exchange.  This stock fraud had caused the resignation of Jim Jones, a former Congressman from Oklahoma, as Chairman of the American Stock Exchange.

 

The involvement of VanCaneghan and Miceli in a Mafia backed stock fraud had made the first page of The Wall Street Journal.  But Peter Kann had halted the second installment in the series at the behest of Arthur Levitt, his personal friend.  Levitt did not wish his name to be tarnished by a scandal involving the Italian Mafia.

 

The Federal Bureau of Investigation became involved because I had given the FBI proof of the criminal conspiracy between Miceli, VanCaneghan and Al Avasso, a former Amex member, convicted felon and front man for the Italian Mafia, in the Mafia backed stock fraud, PNF.

 

So when I spoke to Joel Lovett, Vice Chairman of the American Stock Exchange, and told him to cooperate with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Lovett knew where to go.

 

The following information was provided to me by Jonathan Frey, a partner in Streicher & Co. and a partner of Joel Lovett.  Lovett consulted with Richard Syron, Chairman of the American Stock Exchange.  Syron gave his approval and promised that the Amex would back him.  Syron knew that VanCaneghan had raped his female employees.  But Syron did not care.  Syron, who had been institutionalized, wanted to stop me from exposing a series of rapes at the American Stock Exchange.

 

Syron and Lovett then spoke to Arthur Levitt, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission and former Chairman of the American Stock Exchange.  Levitt told Syron that he would speak to Morgenthau and tell Morgenthau that the FBI was investigating members of the Board of the American Stock Exchange- and that exposure of the crimes of Miceli and VanCaneghan could destroy Wall Street.

 

Morgenthau agreed to pick me up and have me harassed.  As Joel Lovett told me:  We didn’t even have to pay Morgenthau.  He did it as a favor.

 

That is Robert Morgenthau.  Levitt and Morgenthau both belonged to the Harmonie Club.  And Morgenthau always placed his friends at the Harmonie Club before America.   That is why Bear Stearns and Alan Greenberg were not indicted in the A R Baron scandal.  Morgenthau placed the members of the Harmonie Club before his country- as did Arthur Levitt.

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