This week, a Florida circuit court judge ruled the controversial Orchids Day Spa video of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft cannot be released ahead of the trials for Kraft and the 24 other men charged with soliciting prostitution at the massage parlor.
Prosecutors on the Robert Kraft case say controversial video “will be released” per Florida records law
Controversial video footage of 77-year-old New England Patriots’ owner Robert Kraft engaging in sexual acts at a Florida day spa will be released, according to recent reports. However, lawyer’s defending Kraft have filed an emergency motion today to prevent footage from reaching the public.
Robert Kraft’s lawyers call to block release of day spa recordings through Florida public records law
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is making headlines again following charges for soliciting another to commit prostitution at the Orchids of Asia Day spa in Florida. This time around, Kraft’s lawyers are seeking to work around Florida’s public records law and block video recordings showing Kraft engaging in sexual acts at the parlor.
FOIA works best when everyone assumes that requests are made in good faith, as a means for journalists, activists and average citizens alike to contribute in a meaningful way to oversight of the their government. This week, we take a look at a few stories that undermine that assumption of good faith, both among government officials and in the public eye.
Remember the service kangaroo that was kicked out of a McDonald’s and the national coverage that followed? We’ve uncovered the police call logs that show how it all went down.