As common as public corruption may be in Albany, leaking information is perhaps a more popular pasttime for everyone who traffics in information.

And Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick, a co-chair for the anti-corruption Moreland Commission, is fed up with it.

In an interview on WCNY’s Capitol Pressroom, Fitzpatrick called the leaks of subpoenas and rescinding of subpoenas “unfortunate.”

“That’s one of the difficulties that we have is the commissioners who have taken their oath seriously and are not going to talk about the outgoing status of the investigations on a daily basis are somewhat compromised by the individual who has chosen to leak some of the material that occurs at the meetings,” Fitzpatrick said in the interview with host Susan Arbetter.

For Fitzpatrick, the leaks aren’t accurate.

The commission has reportedly come under undue influence from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office and declined to issue subpoenas to sensitive areas for the governor, including the state Democratic Committee and the Real Estate Board of New York, as well as an LLC the state party uses to purchase air time on TV for ad buys.

Quoting Albany District Attorney David Soares, Fitzpatrick said, “I don’t know who the rat is who is leaking stuff but I wish you would get their facts straight.”

Fitzpatrick insisted the staff from both Cuomo’s office and from the office of Attorney General Eric Schneiderman are providing “input” but not “interference.”

“There’s a big difference between interference and input and certainly people from the governor’s staff and the attorney general’s staff — both of whom are on the commission — both those people have had input, but not interference,” he said. “I’m very happy with the course that we’re taking.”