New York Appeals Court Judge Found in the HUDSON RIVER

Sheila Abdus-Salaam, was the first "African-American" woman to be appointed to New York State's highest court, the Appeals Court in 2013 by Governor Andrew Cuomo. Today her body was pulled from the Hudson River only miles away from her West Harlem Brownstone. Her husband confirmed her identity and tonight NYPD are saying they believe "no foul play was involved", meaning they believe the judge committed suicide. A graduate of Columbia Law School, Sheila Salaam worked in the New York Court System for over 20 years. She worked for 14 of those years as a judge presiding over cases in Manhattan Supreme Court. She then was appointed by  Cuomo and confirmed unanimously by he...


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