Thursday, February 9, 2017

Bo Dietl to Run for NYC Mayor as Independent

In August 2016, former NY super cop Bo Dietl announced his Candidacy for Mayor of New York City. In a recent twist, however, debate has arisen about which Party Dietl will be allowed to represent. While the GOP would love Dietl to run as a Republican, Dietl is seeking to challenge current Mayor Bill de Blasio as a Democrat.

Richard “Bo” Dietl was a New York City Police Officer and Detective from June 1969 until he retired in 1985. During that time, he was one of the most highly Decorated Detectives in the history of the Police Department, with several thousand arrests to his credit. In 1998, Dietl authored his autobiography, “One Tough Cop.” He founded and is current CEO of Beau Dietl & Associates and Beau Dietl Consulting Services. Dietl is also a Media Personality, lending his expertise on matters concerning the Law and National Security on Fox News and “Imus in the Morning.”

Bietl’s decision to challenge current Mayor de Blasio stems from the various possible problems surrounding the Mayor. “There was the sale of the nursing home on the Lower East Side where friends of the Mayor managed to get a Deed Restriction removed. Next came the Police Corruption scandal with several of the Mayor’s Contributors receiving significant favors and improperly awarded Gun Licenses. Then there were Campaign Finance abuses so startling that the State Board of Elections called them “willful and flagrant.” After that came a Garbage Bag contract for a Political Donor. And now Federal and Manhattan Prosecutors are looking into a sweetheart deal for the Development of property held by the Brooklyn Heights Library. Every week there seems to be another serious problems involving Mayor de Blasio or those close to him.”

The Mayor was to have his deposition with State and Federal officials today, do not know if it has been rescheduled due to today's snow storm.

Bo Dietl’s Attorney said a Judge would rule against his attempt to run in the Democratic Primary, and he will now run as an independent.

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