Gov. Andrew Cuomo's COVID-19 vaccine czar Larry Schwartz faced accusations of extorting support for the embattled governor as a new report detailed an effort to intimidate one of Gov. Cuomo's accusers. Gov. Andrew Cuomo's YouTube Channel/Fair Use

Outside investigators probing Cuomo mum about allegations of extortion of support by Larry Schwartz, New York’s Coronavirus vaccine czar

Investigators probing Gov. Andrew Cuomo remained silent in the face of allegations that Larry Schwartz engaged in extortion of support for the governor and that the Governor’s office was engaged in intimidation of his reported accusers.

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Any resignation, no matter however remote, by Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) would not terminate the outside investigation into allegations that he engaged in sexual harassment, according to a source. New York Governor's Office/YouTube/Fair Use

The outside independent investigation looking at allegations of sexual harassment against Gov. Cuomo has no political relief valve, will not end upon resignation

The investigation looking at allegations of sexual harassment against Gov. Andrew Cuomo will not end upon his resignation, according to a source.

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The administration of Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) has been accused of obstructing the release of information about COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes in order to avoid a Federal investigation. The cover-up is now the reported preliminary inquiry by the office of Acting U.S. Attorney Seth DuCharme. Fair Use Screenshot of Gov. Cuomo (YouTube) ; Public Domain portrait of Acting U.S. Attorney DuCharme (U.S. Dept. Of Justice)

U.S. Attorney’s Office, which argued that the Government could comply with records requests at their discretion, to probe Cuomo over COVID-19 nursing home deaths cover-up

The Brooklyn U.S. Attorney’s Office, charged with handling the probe into Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s handling of COVID-19 nursing homes deaths, has previously defended the Government’s violations of open records requests.

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