Hearing Set in Battle to Obtain Spitzer Emails Under FOIL

, New York Law Journal


A former AIG executive who has spent nearly seven years attempting to obtain Eliot Spitzer's private emails has issued something of a dare to the onetime attorney general and governor: If you insist there are no such emails, say so under oath.

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  • How about forcing the AG to stop fighting an order to have former Banking Superintendent Elizabeth McCaul to give sworn testimony as to whether or not she issued Eliot Spitzer a NYS EXEC Law 63 3 letter.

    How could such a letter get into evidence if it wasn‘t authenticated ?

    What is Eliot Spitzer, and now Eric Schneidgerman hiding?

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