Eliot Spitzer Withdraws Lawsuit Against Russian Hooker; Greer Pal Zelinsky Sues Spitzer

Eliot Spitzer Withdraws Lawsuit Against Russian Hooker; Greer Pal Zelinsky Sues Spitzer

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Former Governor of New York Eliot Spitzer recently sued a five thousand dollar a night Russian hooker named Svetlana for extortion.  He claimed that she demanded hush money or she would blab to the media that he choked her in the Plaza Hotel during rough sex.  Svetlana skipped town and ran off to Russia.  According to the New York Post Spitzer withdrew his lawsuit against her a couple of days ago.

Rabbi Greer’s business partners, tax law Professor Ed Zelinsky sued Eliot Spitzer some years back claiming he didn’t have to pay New York State nonresident income tax while he worked for the Benjamin Cordozo School of Law in New York City as a tax law professor.  He lived in New Haven around the corner from Greer and commuted to New York to teach at the law school.  He argued that Attorney General Spitzer shouldn’t get his tax money because he graded papers from his home in Connecticut.  Rather than get an IRS ruling in advance, Zelinsky decided to doctor up his tax returns and not pay the State of New York taxes for the income he earned on the amount of work that he calculated that he performed in Connecticut grading papers.  I guess you could call him a conscientious objector.  Even Larry Noodles, a convicted felon, knows better than to file a doctored up tax return.

The State of New York sent the Zelinskys deficiency notices and delinquent tax bills.  Zelinsky sued Eliot Spitzer and lost.  He had to pay the State of New York back taxes.  The Court ruled that Zelinsky was employed as a full time law professor for a university that was located in New York.  He was supposed to be in New York teaching most of the time.  If he chose to grade papers from home that was for his own convenience, that was his choice.  A law professor does not have a telecommuting job.

The Zelinsky case is very similar to the Greer lawsuit that was brought about the same time in which Greer and Hack kids challenging Yale University’s policy of charging admission to freshman students, regardless of whether they lived in the dorms.  Part of the Yale “experience” is to bond with fellow Yalies during Freshman year in the dorms.  This bonding process allows Yalies to network and work together to produce such great leaders as Yale grads Bill “Slick Willy” Clinton, George W. Bush, and Hillary Clinton.  The Greer kids claimed that they were strict Orthodox Jews and could not live in a dorm in which they may run into a member of the opposite sex, even though the dorm floors were already segregated by sex.  Like Zelinsky, the Greers didn’t want to pay the dorm fee if they decided, on their own, not to live in the dorm.  The Greer case also went down in flames.  The Greer Federal complaint, brought by Attorney William Gallagher, who robbed a million dollars from clients trust accounts, was dismissed by Chief Judge Covello.

 

 

 

 


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