The former Brooklyn judge who appointed Steven T. Rondos to oversee at least seven of the guardianship accounts Rondos is charged with fleecing expressed dismay at the news in a phone interview Thursday.

“I must say I am disappointed — I just thought he was really one of the good guys,” said former Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Leonard Scholnick, who was reached at his Florida home. But, he added, “nothing shocks me anymore.”

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