Digging Up More Than Tom Carvel’s Body

Tom Carvel’s Kin Urgent Plea to Governor Spitzer

DEVELOPING…….FOLLOW UP SOON……In a letter delivered to New York Governor Eliot Spitzer in Albany on Friday, April 27th, the niece of ice cream magnate Tom Carvel has made an urgent plea for the immediate appointment of a Special Inspector General to oversee, investigate and prosecute, if necessary, the alleged wide spread corruption in the Surrogate’s Court of Westchester County.

Since the plea to Governor Spitzer was made public on Saturday, the ECC (ExposeCorruptCourts) Blog has been inundated with emails and court-filed evidence which, according to the providers, support the Carvel kin’s request. Many, and who call themselves “victims” of Westchester and other Surrogate’s Courts in New York, promise to send letters to Governor Spitzer in support of his immediate intervention. “This is long overdue,” says one trust and estate attorney who asked not to be named and who refuses to appear in contested estates in Westchester or Manhattan. “Only with a [Governor] Sptizer and [Attorney General] Cuomo combination is there hope that the corruption will be stopped.”

“Tom Carvel was a beautiful man, and who intended to provide for his widow Agnes upon his death,” says Pamela Carvel. Instead, she says, Agnes Carvel never received a dime during the eight years she survived her famous ice cream magnate husband.

See the April 26, 2007 dated letter from Pamela Carvel to Governor Spitzer (Click on page to the right)
To see Tom Carvel’s Last Will (Click on page to the right)

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