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Tappan Zee Bridge dangler Michael Davitt released from jail

Michael Davitt spent six months in the Westchester

Michael Davitt spent six months in the Westchester County Jail for using a rope ladder to climb down 75 feet below the center span for four hours. (February 5, 2014 6:11 PM)

The man who was arrested for dangling off the Tappan Zee Bridge is a free man again.

Michael Davitt spent six months in the Westchester County Jail for using a rope ladder to climb down 75 feet below the center span for four hours.

The bridge dangling incident was the culmination of a two-year battle Davitt had with Rockland County.

He says his protest was about exposing corruption...

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