Judge Who Censored The New York Times on Behalf of Project Veritas Seeks New Term as a Democrat
As Westchester Democrats weigh whether to endorse the former Republican, the party chair calls his critics a “lynch mob.”
Sam Mellins · April 5, 2023
Former Republican Charles Wood blocked the The New York Times from publishing Project Veritas documents just two years after he flipped parties. Now he's running for 14 more years on the bench as a Democrat. | Illustration: Maia Hibbett for New York Focus
Sam Mellins is senior reporter at New York Focus, which he has been a part of since launch day. His reporting… more
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