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Topic - Judith Kaye
Gov. David Paterson could face a criminal charge for what a special counsel called inaccurate and misleading testimony on tickets he secured last year from the New York Yankees for the opening game of the World Series.
A special investigation concludes that New York Gov. David Paterson's testimony about his plans to pay for World Series tickets last year was "inaccurate and misleading" and warrants consideration of criminal charges by a prosecutor.
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Ms. Kaye said there's a question whether the Democratic governor gave "intentionally false testimony" to the state Commission on Public Integrity about having written an $850 check in advance for two tickets.
However, Ms. Kaye said the perjury issue was "clouded" by the way Mr. Paterson's testimony was given, with the entries read aloud to the legally blind governor.