“It was a tragedy to put them through it, the other two individuals as well as their families, but I think it’s very telling those six months after the fact there’s not a peep or anything coming forth to suggest any wrong doing.” -and-
“Call it the political witch-hunt of the Attorney General, calling the press to watch folks show up at someone’s house to take away electronic information and trying to suggest that somehow work wasn’t done when the Buffalo News themselves did all the printing of the direct mail, makes it laughable on its face.” -and-
“I knew all along there was nothing there and it’s not the way law enforcement should conduct themselves, but in New York State we’ve seen overzealous folks trying to get the press (there) before and it happened again and I hope at some point they stand up and admit that everything they did was politically based and inappropriate and apologize to Mr. Grant,” Collins said.
Wow, bet our intrepid FBI, AG, and Trooper Keystone Cops are feeling the heat now! Sure hope they don't panic and make a lot of errors. I will be calling Congressman Collins ASAP. I've got to see if a Congressional investigation is in order. 8-)
Another point that needs some sunshine is how Hochul can recuse himself and still keep his subordinates, who serve at his pleasure, in the case. My bet is he cannot. If the boss of the office is conflicted, the only way to resolve the conflict is to move the case to another office.