Is this further proof that Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's investigation into State Senator Pedro Espada Jr. is heating up? Yesterday Cuomo's office served Espada's son, Pedro G. Espada, and two other employees of Espada's for-profit company with subpoenas to force them to testify before investigators next week. Cuomo is investigating whether Espada used money from the non-profit to help finance his political campaigns. Pedro G., who manages one of the non-profits, was also the guy Espada tried to install in a vague $120K Senate Job back in August, a move that swiftly ended in Pedro G.'s resignation after a public outcry. A source in the AG's office tells the Post, "Espada claims to be cooperating, but there are problems every step of the way." Why are we not surprised?