Rice, Brodsky on Schneiderman

Westchester Assemblyman Richard Brodsky:

“Until we have all the relevant facts, it would be unfair and unwise to make any comment.”

Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice:

“These are clearly very disturbing allegations. Like a lot of New Yorkers, we will be reserving judgment on the incident involving State Senator Schneiderman until all of the facts are made public.” 

 

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