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Pioli's Comments On Walsh Taping Help to Put Negative Light On Walsh

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  1. BigMike

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    Great move by Scot Pioli who is not hated by the mediots like BB is. His revelations that Walsh taped his conversations eith him is helping this scandal to turn back towards its creator, the scumbag Walsh.
     
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    Yeah, it really is surprising how much Pioli has managed to escape the ****storm. If the organization is really going to take it to Walsh, imo Pioli will have to be the guy spearheading the effort.
     
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    Isn't taping a conversation without their knowledge a violation of the Federal Wiretapping Laws which would be considered a felony?
     
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    Pioli will beat down Walsh UFC style.
     
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    There's a political joke to be made there, and I don't even want to make it. Hell, I won't even take the easy out and make a Linda Tripp reference.
     
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    My understanding is that it varies by state. In California (where I live) both parties must consent to a call being recorded. Mass is also a two party consent state. Wikipedia has a stub on telephone recording laws if you are interested.
     
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    It doesn't really matter. All we need to know is that Walsh taped conversations with his employer which makes him suspect & suspicious in the public's mind...never mind the scumbag image that has been created of him.
     
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    One thing this raises is that maybe the "tapes" Walsh lawyers claims he has are in fact just these audio tapes he made.
     
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    doesn't sound like they weren't phone conversations.

    that could be worse actually, if they are making any references to illegal taping.
     
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    wtf is with you?
     
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    He's a Bills troll, he has nothing better to do than hang around here taking pokes at our management while his team is earmarked for the CFL...
     
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    It doesn't matter - in two party consent states all parties must consent to taping of any conversation - whether it be by telephone or in person.
     
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