Judge blocks release of video in Patriots owner prostitution case

Judge blocks release of video in Patriots owner prostitution case

A Florida judge on Wednesday blocked prosecutors from releasing surveillance video from inside the massage parlor where New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has been accused of soliciting prostitution. The judge ruled that the video would remain sealed pending an April 29 hearing, when he will consider whether the evidence should be suppressed.

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Judi Em
Judi Em 1 year

There is no friggin reason for any of that to be released, except media outlets begging for it so they can try boost revenue with the kind of crap they love so much.

No Signal
No Signal 1 year

Oh hell no! I don't want to see that. Even through a blurred screen. I think this is the only time that I won't request citation!

JanitorJez Darkest Winter
JanitorJez Darkest Winter 1 year

I wonder if the judge has been a naughty boy and wants to edit out his visits before releasing it. 🤔

CoLpOeSnED
CoLpOeSnED 1 year

oh come on, everyone was just getting lubed up!

Jake Middleton
Jake Middleton 1 year

Why? What is the purpose? Just because?

DMan
DMan 1 year

The problem here for the prosecution is that the video was obtained due to illegal surveillance. They are going to lose this case in my opinion.

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