The announcement was made by state Assemblyman Charles Lavine, a Democrat who heads the body’s Judiciary Committee, who has been named as head of the panel conducting the impeachment investigation.
At the conclusion of a meeting in Albany, he said the committee would issue subpoenas to force documents and oath statements from witnesses to prove there was evidence.
“The purpose of this process is to gather causal evidence, as well as check the credibility and strengthen the information learned during the interviews,” Lavine said.
The Judiciary Committee has since mid -March tried allegations against Cuomo of sexual misconduct. At least 10 women separately coming to name the defeated governor.
Cuomo was also investigated for allegations that he ordered staff to illegally withhold or misrepresent information about the death toll of the COVID-19 nursing home resident, and whether he was in charge or had knowledge of executives that prevented information on safety problems on state bridges. – READ MORE
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