No good deed

On Monday March 10, The New York Times website announced that New York State Governor Eliot Spitzer would hold a press conference in connection with a prostitution ring. As a former prosecutor who went after Wall Street with a vengeance after the dotcom meltdown, I assumed the subject of the press conference was related to leftover matters from his Attorney General days. Then I remembered that only the previous week, a high-class call girl operation where rich and powerful clients paid as much

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