Rich Baum’s Statement, Spitzer’s ‘Red Hot Poker’ Denial

John Riley tries to figure out why Eliot Spitzer wasn’t charged in the Troopergate probe, although four others were. [Spin Cycle]

In testimony to the state Commission in Public Integrity, Spitzer denied that he made the infamous "red-hot poker" comment. [Politics on the Hudson]

According to Liz Benjamin, Rich Baum, in a public statement, will "agree that he did something wrong, but not that he did it on purpose." [Daily Politics]

The judge that was looking into Joe Bruno’s outside business activities just got appointed to the federal bench. [Daily News]

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