Nov 14, 2012

Woman at Center of Gov. Aide Scandal Wants "Justice"

Woman at Center of Gov. Aide Scandal Wants "Justice"

The woman whose domestic violence claims rocked Albany vows to refile charges against former Paterson aide.

Mar 5, 2010

TIMELINE: A Tumultuous Turn In The Governor's Seat

TIMELINE: A Tumultuous Turn In The Governor's Seat

Gov. David Paterson announced the end of his week-long campaign for a full term, setting an end date on what has been an short but interesting tenure as Governor of New York.

Mar 4, 2011

Exclusive: Paterson Aide Tells WNBC's Jonathan Dienst "I Will Be Vindicated"

Exclusive: Paterson Aide Tells WNBC's Jonathan Dienst "I Will Be Vindicated"

Speaking out for the first time, David Johnson tells NBCNewYork, "I will be vindicated."

Jul 22, 2010

Woman Vows to Pursue Charges Against Ex-Paterson Aide

Woman Vows to Pursue Charges Against Ex-Paterson Aide

The woman at the center of a domestic abuse scandal that clouded the governor's office says she intends to refile charges against former Paterson aide David Johnson.

Jul 23, 2010

Sherr-una Booker Met With Prosecutors Today

Sherr-una Booker Met With Prosecutors Today

The woman who accused a former governor's aide of domestic violence in a series of claims that rocked Albany and propelled David Paterson to abandon his re-election campaign is met with prosecutors today.

Mar 19, 2010

New Photo of Key Woman in Paterson Aide Scandal

New Photo of Key Woman in Paterson Aide Scandal

A new picture of the woman at the center of the domestic violence episode rocking Governor David Paterson's administration was obtained exclusively Thursday by NBCNewYork.

Mar 18, 2010

Gov. Paterson: I Am the Leak; NY Times: No, You're Not

Gov. Paterson: I Am the Leak; NY Times: No, You're Not

Gov. David Paterson says he was the first person to reveal to the media a conversation he had with the woman at the center of a domestic violence scandal involving one of his aides.

Jul 22, 2010

Sherr-una Booker Says She Wants "The Truth to Come Out"

Sherr-una Booker Says She Wants "The Truth to Come Out"

Sherr-una Booker talks candidly about domestic violence and her plans to refile domestic violence charges against her former boyfriend, an ex aide to Gov. David Paterson.

Jul 22, 2010

Exclusive: Sherr-una Booker Speaks Out

Exclusive: Sherr-una Booker Speaks Out

The woman at the center of the Gov. Paterson aide scandal speaks to NBCNewYork's Jonathan Dienst.

Mar 5, 2010

Even a Governor Deserves Due Process

Even a Governor Deserves Due Process

The allegations against him are serious, but they are just that, allegations.

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