Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer was not charged with violating state law because he was not involved in the misuse of State Police to discredit the ex-governor's keenest political enemy, said the executive director of the Commission on Public Integrity. Herbert Teitelbaum reiterated Friday that the commission could renew its inquiry into Spitzer's activities if new evidence surfaces against him.
Commission Head Defends Integrity of Spitzer Investigation
New York Law Journal
July 28, 2008