2008_07_kerik.jpgThe AP says that former police commissioner Bernard Kerik has had at least two "closed-door" sessions with federal prosecutors and the judge. It's unclear what they've been discussing (the judge won't unseal records of the talks), but Kerik was indicted last fall for accepting free renovations on his apartment, making false statements (you know, lying to the White House), and more. Even Rudy Giuliani, who championed Kerik and promoted him to head the NYPD, admitted that not vetting him properly was a mistake.