2008_07_spitz1.jpgWhile four Spitzer administration officials were charged for breaking the law by misusing the State Police to smear a rival, former Governor Spitzer--who knew full well what was going on--wasn't charged. State Commission on Public Integrity head Richard Teitelbaum, though, suggested Spitzer could potentially face charges, telling the Post, "If there's additional evidence that is received, we will deal with that evidence... We will pursue that evidence." (Teitelbaum's law firm did donate to Spitzer's various campaigns for AG and governor, but he said he wasn't friends with the disgraced gov.) Still, there are e-mails explicitly showing that his aides kept him in the loop in the effort to bring down former Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno.