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Here’s a coincidence for you: On June 20, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s gubernatorial campaign received a $25,000 donation from the law firm that used to represent Harvey Weinstein. On June 26, Cuomo quietly suspended an investigation into whether a Manhattan district attorney mishandled a 2015 allegation of sexual misconduct leveled against the disgraced Hollywood producer.

Curious indeed.

The article goes on to state the following:

BuzzFeed News was first to report on the indefinite halt to the New York Attorney General’s Office’s investigation into whether Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance Jr. mishandled the 2015 allegation that Weinstein groped an Italian actress. Vance is heading prosecution on more recent sexual assault charges lodged against Weinstein, which were first reported by the New York Times and the New Yorker.

Of note: Weinstein’s former lawyer, David Boies, donated $10,000 to Vance in 2015 after the Manhattan D.A. declined to file sexual assault charges against the Hollywood mogul.

The governor’s office confirmed the suspension of its investigation of Vance only after news media learned of it from a sexual assault victim who had been interviewed by the attorney general’s office.

Journalist David Sirota, who has worked all over in left-leaning newsrooms, was the first to report that Boies’ lawfirm, Boies, Schiller & Flexner, which represented Weinstein in 2015, gave $25,000 to Cuomo’s campaign in June. Boies and his law firm have donated roughly $245,000 to Cuomo’s gubernatorial campaigns since 2009, according to Sirota.

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