Thursday, February 19, 2009

Judge Orders Release of Spitzer Wiretap Files

Well, this should make for some interesting reading.
A Manhattan judge has ordered the government to make public sealed documents about wiretaps in the Eliot Spitzer scandal.

U.S. District Judge Jed S. Rakoff ordered prosecutors Thursday to release documents detailing calls on cell phones used by a prostitution ring whose clients included the former governor.

The New York Times sued late last year to get the material unsealed. The newspaper has agreed to allow the government to withhold the names of 67 customers named in the documents.
Can't wait to see how often Client No. 9 is mentioned.

Now, if we could only get some judge to release documents related to Spitzer and his thugs trying to undermine Joseph Bruno.

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