Justice Wonders Why Spitzer Isn't a Party to Email Appeal

, New York Law Journal


Supposedly venomous and embarrassing emails Eliot Spitzer allegedly sent from a private email account while serving as attorney general are at the center of an appeal that could decide whether the government has an obligation under FOIL to track down the personal correspondence of a public official who has left office.

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  • JuJuWang

    This is just another piece of business Spitzer slipped out of without prosecution. Now that Spitzer's racism is being revealed on the internet, he probably doesn't want his emails made public where he called black people "schwartzas" and the N-word.

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