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Eliot's Alphabetnew

Everything from A to Z with Eliot Spitzer in between.
Pasadena Weekly  |  Ellen Snortland  |  03-24-2008  |  Commentary

On Day 437, Everything Changed for Eliot Spitzernew

The governor quits after his alleged involvement in a high-class prostitution ring is revealed by a federal investigation.
Metroland  |  David King  |  03-14-2008  |  Politics

Eliot's Messnew

From prosecution to prostitution, Spitzer proves to be the ultimate hypocrite.
Long Island Press  |  April Jimenez, Michael M. Martino Jr. and Beverly Fortune  |  03-14-2008  |  Politics

Snitching on Client 9new

Eliot Spitzer has exited the public stage, but he leaves plenty of questions behind. We're particularly interested to learn how the whole investigation fell into place, and what role, if any, political interference may have played in bringing down one of the top enemies of corporate America.
Los Angeles CityBeat  |  Editorial  |  03-14-2008  |  Commentary

Artvoice Exclusive: Eliot Spitzer's New Music Videonew

Now that Eliot Spitzer's political career seems to have ended, it looks as if the former Guv may have his eyes focused on a musical career to fill the void. From Ruler to Rocker ... can the Grammys far behind?
Artvoice  |  Staff  |  03-14-2008  |  Commentary

In Short, Eliot Spitzer Was Stupidnew

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.
New York Press  |  Edward-Isaac Dovere  |  03-13-2008  |  Politics

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