He’s out of the Senate Democratic Conference he once led, and now Sen. John Sampson, D-Brooklyn, is getting moved to the far corner of the Senate chambers, Senate officials said today.
But after he was charged with embezzlement yesterday, he’s moving out.
When the Senate resumes at 3 p.m., Sampson will be seated in the farthest left corner of the room — next to the door of Senate secretary’s office.
Many might have expected that Sampson would be seated next to Sen. Malcolm Smith, D-Queens, who was ousted by the Independent Democratic Conference last month after he was charged in a bribery scheme.
But that’s not going to be the case. Smith was moved to the farthest left corner of the third row.