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At Long Last

You waited. You hoped. You prayed. You bribed. You begged. Now, it has all paid off. You can revel in the details. You can embrace the hypocrisy. You can share in the reflected glory of abject corruption. (Pending appeal).

A Manhattan judge has ordered the government to make public sealed documents about wiretaps in the Eliot Spitzer scandal.
U.S. District Judge Jed S. Rakoff ordered prosecutors Thursday to release documents detailing calls on cell phones used by a prostitution ring whose clients included the former governor. The documents were not immediately released; prosecutors will have a chance to appeal.

Judge orders release of Spitzer wiretap documents [Associated Press]