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Robert Kraft can breathe easy. The responsible public prosecutor sees no other choice due to the inadmissible acquisition of evidence.
Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots football team, does not have to fear any consequences following allegations of promoting prostitution.
As the responsible prosecutor Dave Aronberg announced, he had no choice but to close the case due to inadmissible evidence. The reason for this is that the videos that are supposed to strain force were obtained illegally and are therefore not admissible in court. Test
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The investigations into the case began in 2018, during which several massage parlors were closed.
Kraft had been accused of having visited one of these salons twice. The videos should therefore prove that he paid money for sexual activities.
Kraft took over the Patriots in 1994. Since then, the Boston franchise has won six Super Bowls in the US professional football league. The team last triumphed in 2019.
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