Truth is a dirty word at Manhattan Center. The Epilogue

Arbitrator Lisa Brogan noted it is also difficult to accept Albetta’s consistent assertion that he always remained calm and professional in his dealings with Respondent in light of credible testimony of numerous witnesses for the Respondent, whose observations about Albetta’s  general behavior toward those under his supervision cast serious doubt on the picture Albetta attempted to portray of himself during these proceedings.it is also noteworthy that in an apparent effort to bolster the profit of Albetta, Jimenez stated that he “never heard Mr. Albetta say a bad thing about the Respondent ever.” The record is replete, however with reports from Albetta to Jimenez accusing Respondent of misconduct,and it strains credulity to think that Albetta  spoke in a consistently positive manner about someone with whom he sustained so much conflict

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