New York, NY – The complex web surrounding political contributions to Mayor de Blasio’s election campaign continues to grow ever more tangled as the head of City Hall’s Department of Investigations announced that he would not recuse himself from the U.S. Attorney’s office probe scrutinizing campaign donations to the mayor’s 2013 mayoral campaign, despite having served as the treasurer of that same campaign. Read more
Brooklyn, NY – Several days after allegations surfaced questioning the propriety of a real estate deal, the company at the center of the investigation has made its first public comment. Read more
The obscure Brooklyn company at the center of a City Hall scandal already owed millions of dollars in unpaid taxes, and its principals were accused of “secretly scheming” against a former business partner, long before the city signed off on a sweetheart deal that netted the firm a $72 million profit, records show. Read more
New York, NY – A 2015 land deal approved by the de Blasio administration for $16.15 million which lifted deed restrictions on the 150,000-square-foot property located at 45 Rivington Street on the Lower East Side is now being investigated by City Comptroller Scott Stringer and the Department of Investigation. Read more
Brooklyn, NY – As the probe into Mayor de Blasio’s longtime friend and donor, Yitzchok (Isaac) Leshinsky and his former nonprofit, Housing Bridge, continues, de Blasio has said he will return campaign contributions totaling over $20,000 dating back to 2007 that he received from Leshinsky for his City Council and Mayoral runs. Read more
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