In Short, Eliot Spitzer Was Stupid

New York Press | March 13, 2008
The day after The Wire signed off on HBO, Eliot Spitzer -- the governor of New York, the sheriff of Wall Street, the man who brought down so many in his years as a prosecutor and attorney general -- had his career ended by the sort of basic mistakes that even the teenage drug dealers of David Simon's imagination knew how to avoid.

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