Onondaga County Executive District Attorney Bill Fitzpatrick re-asserted on Wednesday the Moreland Commission on Public Corruption remained free of influence by either Gov. Andrew Cuomo or Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.

Fitzpatrick, in an interview with YNN Syracuse’s Bill Carey, said he disagreed with Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney’s contention in an interview this week on Capital Tonight that a Moreland probe of either Cuomo or Schneiderman would make a “mockery” of the process.

“I’m not sure if Joanie were asked today she would give the same answer,” he said.

Fitzpatrick in the interview went back to July, when the commission was first formed, saying that at the time he answered questions about Moreland’s independence.

“I haven’t had any conversations with the governor that say, hey, I’m off limits or any conversations with the attorney general,” he said. “To me, they’ve both been cooperative as far as I’m concerned.”

He added that simply because Cuomo and Schneiderman aren’t in the report doesn’t prove the commission hasn’t looked into their own campaign finances.

“And just because they’re not mentioned in the report should not be construed to mean we didn’t look at fundraising by the governor and by the attorney general,” Fitzpatrick said. “But by the fact they’re not in the report it would indicate at this point we haven’t found anything that was improper or illegal or unethical.”