Boston Globe joins media organizations opposed to protective order of Robert Kraft video

Ryan Hannable
April 03, 2019 - 9:28 pm

The Boston Globe has joined other media organizations looking to make sure the Robert Kraft video is made public.

According to attorney Daniel Wallach, the Globe has joined in in opposing Kraft’s motion for a protective order to block any public release of the alleged videotapes. Last week, organizations such as ESPN, CNN and CBS filed a joint motion opposing Kraft's motion to have video evidence suppressed by protective order.

Police allegedly have on tape Kraft receiving sex acts at the Orchids of Asia day spa on back-to-back days in January.

Kraft has pleaded not guilty to soliciting prostitution and has requested a speedy jury trial.

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