NEW YORK — New York attorney Peter Gleason says two women came to his office four years ago to seek help about then-Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Gleason was once a write-in candidate for the Manhattan District Attorney’s office against Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance, whose office is now investigating the case.
He said it is now “refreshing” that “people’s allegations of misconduct are finally being taken seriously.”
“I have two women at two separate times come in and complain about Eric Schneiderman, the way he treated women,” Gleason told The Daily Caller Tuesday.
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