Judge Rules to Unseal Spitzer Wiretap Documents

A judge has ruled that documents detailing cell phone calls between the prostitution ring used by former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer and its clients should be unsealed, though the names of 67 apparent customers of the Emperor's Club will remain a secret. The New York Times in December 2008 sued to unseal the documents associated with the wiretaps and search warrants for the investigation and later entered into an agreement with the government allowing prosecutors to redact the names of...Full Story
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