Dear New York Attorney General Lawyers

Dear NYS AG lawyers,

Thanks for stopping by. I’m sure taxpayers are pleased. They’re the ones paying for you to comb my website.

You’re watching me, I’m watching you.

You’re preparing a response to our lawsuit against the NYS Parole Board. This was a debacle you could’ve ended.

We filed suit against the NYS Parole Board for imposing a bogus condition of Jon Fontaine’s parole; one that bars him from communicating with me. As you know, he’s the subject of my book, A Jacket off the Gorge. You know all that, because it’s in the Article 78 we filed in December. You remember–it’s the court action you asked to have adjourned. It’s the Article 78 that points out that by restricting Jon’s communication with me, you’re restricting my communication with Jon—a violation of my constitutional rights.

You could’ve dropped it, removed the condition, and chalked it up to something that got caught up in a bureaucratic mess, and this would’ve all gone away quietly. Instead, you chose to continue to waste taxpayer money and argue the lawsuit.

I’m sure taxpayers will be pleased, and I’m the one to point out to them—loudly and publicly—the way you wasted their money.

When you’ve completed your response (charging taxpayers to do so), I look forward to reading it. I more look forward to our day in court.


Susan Ashline

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2 thoughts on “Dear New York Attorney General Lawyers”

  1. I don’t understand why they wouldn’t just correct their “error.” I want my tax dollars to go to improved execution of policies, not witch hunts.

    1. Agree. Or, at the very least, they could’ve answered the petition the other two deadlines, instead of unnecessarily dragging out court costs and taxpayer money.

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