Bill de Blasio intervened in in charges against a teacher at his daughter’s school and who protesting Israel’s policies in Gaza in 2004 and helped him avoid a jail term, The New York Daily News reported Sunday.

Documents that now are available show that while de Blasio, leading candidate for mayor, was a city councilman, he turned to the Manhattan District Attorney to help Steve Quester, a first-grade teacher, avoid going to prison on charges that he and another dozen demonstrators blocked traffic.

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  1. another detroit. that’s where nyc is headed. now, faster than ever. it’s dinkins time again. more crime more filth more chaos and more jew hating and of course, the obligatory pogrom. it was the great city, once. not anymore. it”s just tourists and criminals and prince prosperos’ who think they’re “escaping” it. rich or formerly middle class new yorkers once again won’t be able to walk the streets of nyc at night. or day. who knows how bad it will get. those who can barely afford it are leaving in droves.

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