Fairview Fire Chief Anthony LoGiudice's wife defends him over alleged anti-Semitic remarks
GREENBURGH - The wife of a fire chief accused of being anti-Semitic has come to his defense in a blog post.
The wife of Fairview Fire Chief Anthony LoGiudice made a post yesterday on a website called A Better Greenburgh. "I'm getting physically sick listening to people defame my husband," she wrote. She tells News 12 that she's gotten tremendous support from their community.
LoGiudice has come under fire for allegedly making anti-Semitic comments about Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner. The allegations were made by retired firefighter Darryl Leak in an exclusive interview with News 12. LoGiudice has since apologized in person and in writing to Feiner.
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Feiner says he's seen the blog and added that the controversy is neither about him or LoGiudice personally, but about anti-Semitism.