Eliot Spitzer caught in Prostitution Ring
Mr. Spitzer gained national attention when he served as attorney general with his relentless pursuit of Wall Street wrongdoing. As attorney general, he also had prosecuted at least two prostitution rings as head of the state’s organized crime task force.
In one such case in 2004, Mr. Spitzer spoke with revulsion and anger after announcing the arrest of 16 people for operating a high-end prostitution ring out of Staten Island. . . .
$5,500 per hour prostitution service sure makes these Democrats appear to have a lot in common with everyday middle class people.
Governor Spitzer's public statement can be seen here, though he wouldn't take any questions and had it take place before most of the press could get there.