Conrad Black looks over the record in elected office of Eliot Spitzer, who resigned in disgrace as Governor of NY. As New York's Attorney General he harassed innocent people and caused them great expense and ruined careers. He lost the big cases; they had little merit. And, even today, he is resisting the release of his emails; he has a lot to hide.
Good news. He was rejected Tuesday in his bid for a renewal. The voters of NY City rejected him for the office of controller.
NY Sun (Conrad's article is mostly about our president; Spitzer is farther down the page.)