U.S. Attorney Prett Bharara continues to investigate corruption in Albany where the Mooreland Commission has left off. Now the U.S. Attorney may want to know just why Governor Cuomo shut down the commission when they were starting to get to the root of the problem. The U.S. Attorney in now threatening to investigate the governor himself according to a another New York Times article .
While this NY Times article goes over some of the new statements made since its first article on the subject of the U.S. Attorney continuing where the Moorland Commission left off it ends with a note of caution. The U.S. Attorney has sent letters to all involved in the Moorland Commission that all all important witnesses to the commission, and that tampering with any recollections of anyone involved in the Moorland Commission is a crime. The U.S. Attorney has directed that all records and statements from the Mooreland Commission be preserved.