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Aug 01, 2013

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Phoenix Woman

Towards the end of the Brian Bakst and Patrick Condon story:

That his list became public probably won't help Brodkorb build pressure for a deal in a case at least a year away from a possible trial, said Columbia University law professor Vivian Berger, who specializes in employment cases.

"The guillotine is more effective when the blade is hanging over you, not when the guillotine comes down," Berger said.

The document offers scant evidence to back up his allegations. The affairs would have occurred under different leaders than those who fired Brodkorb. Most of the supposed affairs involved no direct boss-subordinate relationship.

All of which is of course why Mister Independent Blogger keeps saying that what got released was only a teeny weeny part of his arsenal.

Except that now that the document's been released and found to be somewhat of a damp squib, his reputation as invincible and possessed of mighty oppo juju has taken a big hit. He'd better hope he still fits into that chicken suit, because that's about the only way he's going to get any new paying political gigs.

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