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State Appeals Court Says Massage Parlor Videos Of Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Should Be Suppressed

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State Appeals Court Says Massage Parlor Videos Of Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Should Be Suppressed

State Appeals Court Says Massage Parlor Videos Of Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Should Be Suppressed

The ruling by a three-judge panel of the 4th District Court of Appeal was a victory for Kraft, whose arrest in 2019 on misdemeanor prostitution charges drew national headlines.


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