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A veteran investigator for the Nassau district attorney’s office allowed his lawyer do the talking Wednesday when Newsday reported he had been fired for allegedly interfering in an Oyster Bay public corruption probe.
But Michael Falzarano let loose Thursday in emails and on his Facebook page.
He said he would not comment on “specific aspects of this matter,” but said: “For those of you that have known me for our entire lives, I know that I need not assure you that NONE of it is true. For anybody else that might have the slightest of doubt, be patient. When the complete set of facts comes out, and they will, there will be plenty of embarrassment, plausible deniability, damage control, evasive responses, spin doctoring and good old-fashioned ‘running for cover’ for those involved on the other side.”
Nassau District Attorney Madeline Singas fired Falzarano on the same day last month that former Republican Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto and six other people pleaded not guilty to corruption charges brought by Singas, a Democrat.
Falzarano, who led the district attorney’s investigators union, allegedly tipped off a target of the…
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