Powerful Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney has welcomed a minimum of three hard-core criminals on to his marketing campaign and office staffs lately, shelling out over $100,000 in compensation to them, courtesy of taxpayers and marketing campaign donors, information present.
Sean Doyle was employed by the upstate Democrat’s congressional office as a “special assistant” between December 2016 and March 2018. He brutally attacked his spouse, News 12 reporter Blaise Gomez, in November 2017 and March 2019 — punching her, choking her and dragging her by her hair so violently it ripped from Gomez’s scalp, Mid Hudson News and other outlets reported.
In a cope with prosecutors, Doyle pled responsible in 2021 to fees of coercion, felony obstruction of respiratory, and three counts of endangering the welfare of a toddler. He was sentenced to as much as 10 years in jail, and is presently incarcerated on the Groveland Correctional Facility in upstate Sonyea.
Federal election commission records present that Maloney’s marketing campaign paid Doyle $29,064 throughout his time of employment. The congressman’s House office paid him one other $30,632, in accordance with House disbursement information.
“Sean Doyle was no longer employed by Rep. Maloney when the office became
aware of his criminal conduct. We didn’t know about any accusations or charges against Mr. Doyle before or during his work for Rep. Maloney, and he would not have been hired had we known,” a rep for Maloney informed The Post.
Maloney is the boss of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee whose newly-drawn seventeenth district will signify components of Rockland, Westchester, Putnam County and Dutchess Counties.
Theodore Bickley, an alleged member of the upstate Original Gangsta Killas road gang, already had previous convictions for felony assault and possessing stolen property when he was busted by the feds in 2011 with $900 in counterfeit money. He was sentenced to 6 years in jail and paroled in December 2015, information present.
He went to work for Maloney. Between March 2018 and February 2020, Bickley was paid $35,619 from Maloney’s congressional marketing campaign. The congressman paid him greater than $47,000 from his House office, the place he additionally labored as a “special assistant,” information present.
When Jonathan Alvarez completed a 12-year stint in jail for manslaughter in 2018, one of his first stops was to Maloney’s office, the place he labored as a “Congressional fellow” and “constituent advocate” for seven months between January 2019 and July 2019, according to his LinkedIn.
Alvarez wrote that he “served as liaison with federal agencies on behalf of constituents regarding issues with student loans providers and the USPS, including payment assistance and rectifying loss,” and “addressed constituent concerns and drafted timely correspondence from the Congressman to constituents regarding outcomes.”
Maloney paid him $12,750 throughout this era, information present.
Alvarez — who started dealing medicine at 13 — beat a person to dying in Yonkers with a baseball bat in June 2006, in accordance with information and a Journal News profile. He graduated from the Bard Prison Initiative, which helps violent cons reenter society. Maloney has lengthy been a champion of this system and spoke at their 2014 commencement ceremony.
“Like all New York Democrats, Sean Patrick Maloney favors violent criminals over the safety of hardworking New York families — not just in his support of far left policies like failed bail reform, but in his office’s personnel choices of hard-core criminals as well,” mentioned Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-Schuylerville), who represents a close-by district.
Maloney beforehand employed Bard Prison Initiative grads to prime management positions. Dyjuan Tatro, a former “triggerman” for the Original Gangsta Killas, was named senior adviser for range and inclusion for the DCCC, The Post reported final February.
Reps for Maloney known as The Post’s reporting “racist.”
“Rep. Maloney believes individuals who have served their time deserve a second
chance. Rep. Maloney has always tried to live by those values and has proudly hired individuals through programs like the Bard Prison Initiative to help them get that second chance and turn their lives around. The Post should be ashamed of itself for trying
to paint these rehabilitative programs and opportunities in a negative light,” his office mentioned.