Monday, March 10, 2008

Caught on Tape: Lawyer Demands Sex From Client; Case Landed on Spitzer's Desk

Running a news-oriented blog is pretty interesting. All kinds of things come your way--but a note today, given the context of New York Governor Eliot Spitzer's sex scandal, was not only shocking, but frightening.





A New York woman taped a prominent attorney demanding oral sex from her for his services, and haranguing her about his contacts and his power. She says that her complaint, reported on by several media sources, was forwarded to then-NY Attorney General Eliot Spitzer back in 2006.



It was fairly common for women breaking gender barriers in the 1960's and 1970's to be sexually harassed. This is now the 21st century, and still men with power are abusing that power for sex. What's wrong here?

Spitzer, in his brief statement, said that his link to a inter-state prostitution investigation, is a "private matter." If a self-declared Eliot Ness, pro-family man who proudly calls himself "the steamroller" in his ballyhooed battles against corruption acts as Spitzer did, should we be surprised that sexual demands and harassment run rampant in our society?

5 comments:

  1. I think that spitzer is a jerk - Seedplanter.

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  2. Wow, I hope this lawyer is finally behind bars, and has lost his license to practice law as well.This guy is a perverted sexual predator.

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  3. Lock this guy Isaac up and throw away the key. He's a sick twisted pervert.

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  4. Go to "exposecorruptcourts" and read about the "systemic corruption" throughout our Judicial and legal systems.

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  5. Woman's Rights AdvocateApril 27, 2008 at 6:10 AM

    I read about this story, and also saw it on the News. I can't believe this lawyer is still practicing law and he's never been arrested.This "youtube video" says it all. He clearly admits to having Judges in his pocket, and he's heard admitting to sexually abusing her. I guess it all about "POWER AND POLITICS", and knowing the right people in the right places, puts you "ABOVE THE LAW".

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