State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son were indicted in corruption scheme Monday -- and U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara warned that New Yorkers should stay tuned for additional political corruption cases.
Bharara has railed against Albany’s three-men-in-a-room reputation. That is, that nothing gets done unless three state politicians approve: The Senate leader, the
Skelos, a powerful, longtime, Long Island Republican legislator, is the second person in that room to go down.
“We have a public corruption unit—we’re not intending to disband it,” he added.
That makes Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo the last of the three men standing.
Should he worry? Stay tuned.