Emotional Prevue of Legislator & Parent Testimony
State Rep Dan Carter (R) – Lost Confidence
State Rep Edwin Vargus (D) – Shop of Horrors
State Rep Minnie Gonzalez (D) – Parents in Visitor Gallery say Vote No
International Human Rights Journalist Keith Harmon Snow – Destruction of an Entire Life deserves a bullet
Parent Andrea Cota Eiger – SIGN AWAY CUSTODY OF YOUR SON! (Has not seem him for 5 years).
Parent Michael Nowacki – Judiciary giving Legislators a snow job! See in video above.
CT State Troopers escort Michael Nowacki out of the confirmation hearings
for Attorney Maureen Murphy and others held before the Connecticut Judiciary Committee February 22, 2012. In his public statement, Michael Nowacki continued to challenge members of the Judiciary Committee for their sanction and participation in judicial abuse. (c. keith harmon snow, 2012)
STATE REPRESENTATIVE MINNIE GONZALEZ RECEIVES
THE CCFCR CIRCLE OF APPRECIATION AWARD
State Representative Minnie Gonzalez was presented with a first-ever Circle of Appreciation Award Friday, June 20, 2014 at 5pm in front of The House of Representatives at the state capitol in Hartford. This occurred directly following a ceremony in which Governor Dan Malloy signed our state’s first-ever family court reform bill into law in his office.
Also See: Connecticut: Federal Task Force Established To Investigate Corruption
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – U.S. Attorney Deirdre M. Daly has announced the formation of the Connecticut Public Corruption Task Force, which aims to investigate corruption among public officials as well as local, federal and municipal employees.
The Task Force includes representatives from the FBI, the U. S. Postal Inspection Service, the Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation Division, and the Inspector General’s Offices of the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher M. Mattei, chief of the U.S. Attorney’s Office’s Financial Fraud and Public Corruption Unit, is coordinating the task force.
The task force will investigate corruption that threatens public resources, the electoral process, and fair economic opportunities for citizens and businesses. It will also attempt to expose corruption within public and private institutions that misuse taxpayer dollars.
The FBI will serve as the lead investigative agency.
“With the assistance and cooperation of these partners, the Connecticut Public Corruption Task force is well positioned to successfully root out and put an end to public corruption within our area,” said Patricia M. Ferrick, FBI Special Agent in Charge of the New Haven office.
“Public servants are entrusted by all of us to act in the best interests of the public they serve. It is important for the United States to bring to justice those who betray that trust.”
The task force has been conducting several investigations in the past few months. Most recently, it arrested the former Finance Director of Plymouth, who was accused of embezzling more than $800,000 from the town.
Daly encourages citizens to report corrupt activity by calling the FBI at 1-800-225-5324.
“We call on public servants, the vast majority of whom are honest brokers, to not look the other way when they see indications of corruption,” said Daly. “We cannot overstate the importance of citizen participation in our fight against corruption, and we urge all citizens to assist us in this effort.”