Attorneys Argue Over Release of Day Spa Video

An attorney representing several media organizations says the public has the right to see surveillance video that shows men paying for sex at a Jupiter day spa.

But the lawyer for Patriots owner Robert Kraft argued that the release of the tapes would damage his reputation and make it impossible to find an impartial jury.

Kraft's lawyers will argue later this month that the police never should have conducted the undercover operation or recorded it.

Kraft was one of hundreds of people arrested after a statewide crackdown on illegal sex activity in massage parlors.

He is facing two misdemeanor counts of soliciting a sex act and has asked for a jury trial.

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