The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Alex Gibney's new documentary about the prostitution scandal that toppled former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer is marketed as a piece that brings to light whole new dimensions on the spectacular public fall of the "Sheriff of Wall Street. That distinction goes to a still relatively anonymous young woman who worked at the same agency as Dupre under the pseudonym "Angelina," and though Spitzer has never been eager to talk about her, Gibney found her one of the most fascinating characters he encountered. Gibney tracked her down and found an honest, smart young woman who had stayed out of the tabloids and now works as a commodities day trader.
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Behind the Emperor’s Club Escort Service - The New York Times
An Israeli man accused of running an escort service that brought down New York governor Eliot Spitzer in March was set to plead guilty on Thursday afternoon to money laundering, prostitution and conspiracy, according to his lawyer. The federal case against Mark Brener, 62, is apparently so strong that he wasn't offered a plea deal. Experts say that doesn't bode well for Spitzer. Spitzer is a target. On Tuesday, the New York Sun reported that Spitzer is now proposing to start a "vulture" fund that would buy distressed real estate and then flip it for a profit. Spitzer, whose father, Bernard, manages a real estate company in New York, is proposing to invest pension money from labor unions, according to the newspaper. However, a source familiar with the situation denied that Spitzer had firm plans to start a vulture fund.
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Scroll down for updates…pm Eastern Spitzer is expected to resign…Wow. This is an astounding turn of events for a ruthlessly ambitious, self-styled crusader against corruption. Proverbs , anyone? No reference to the prostitution ring.
Like my fellow former liberal arts majors across the country, I've been following news reports about Temeka Rachelle Lewis, one of the two dispatchers at the Emperor's Club V. It seems that the Brooklyn-based Lewis, whom the New York Daily News has dubbed the "hooker booker," graduated from the University of Virginia in with a bachelor's degree in English language and literature. Journalists covering the story apparently find it shocking that it was Lewis -- whom the New York Times described yesterday as "a reserved and bookish graduate of the University of Virginia" -- who haggled over payments with Client 9, and who set up the Washington, D. It's silly, of course, to assume that someone who majored in literature will go on to lead a sheltered and morally perfect life.