Sunday, December 2, 2007


YFP found this post interesting. We do not know if it is fact or fiction. does make interesting reading.
Paulie Walnuts Nov 24, 2007 11:35:42 AM
I know all of the attention is on Bernard Kerik and Russell Harding for being "ethically challenged" cronies of Giuliani, but why isn't more scrutinty directed at Howard Safir, who was Giuliani's first Fire Commissioner and second Police Commissioner? Did you know that in 1999, towards the end of his tenure as Police Commissioner, Safir engineered lucrative no bid contacts for the NYPD's DNA analysis program with The Bode Technology Group Inc., a company with which he had financial ties? Hmmmm... there seems to have been a pattern of corruption in the mayoral administration of Rudy Giuliani!

Paulie Walnuts Nov 24, 2007 11:40:07 AM
In 1999, Howard Safir, Giuliani's former Fire and Police Commissioner, arranged a no-bid contract between the NYPD and The Bode Technology Group. When Safir resigned as Police Comissioner in August 2000, he went to work for ChoicePoint Inc., which was the parent company of The Bode Technology Group. In March 2007, GlobalOptions Group, Inc. acquired The Bode Technology Group from ChoicePoint in a cash purchase for $12.5 million. Guess who is now an executive with Global Options Group who is in charge of overseeing the Bode organization? You guessed it... Giuliani's crony, Howard Safir!
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