A report for the Times Union says that state troopers who were assigned to protect Governor Cuomo are being interviewed.
Two people are being sourced by the Times Union that have knowledge on the matter. It is stated that those being interviewed are both current and former members of the Protective Services Unit.
The troopers have signed a non-disclosure agreement and are normally expected to keep the governor’s business matters private.
The Times Union’s sources have said that the Attorney General’s investigators are asking about the culture surrounding the executive chamber and how the women that interact with the governor are treated.
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