Liskula Cohen has finally found out the identity of the blogger who had anonymously defamed her good name by, among other things, awarding her “first-place award for ‘Skankiest in NYC,’” which is not even a real award. As we expected, it was someone she knew, but unfortunately, it was just Some Random Acquaintance. “She’s just somebody that, whenever I would go out to a restaurant, to a party in New York City she was just that girl that was always there,” Cohen said on Good Morning America today. Even the phone call that Cohen made to this woman, with so much potential for fireworks, was disappointingly undramatic. Cohen apologized to the woman for anything she may have done to invite such animosity, and basically told her the hatchet was buried. “I said, ‘I forgive you, it doesn’t matter anymore.’” Who is this Liskula Cohen anyway, the reincarnation of Gandhi? Not exactly. She’s still planning a defamation lawsuit.
“It’s clear,” O’Neill said that Pantaleo “can no longer” carry out the job as a New York City police officer.