Maryland’s strict two-party consent wiretap law that helped to snare a former top aide to Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) was the result of a political feud between former Gov. Marvin Mandel (D) and Baltimore political boss James H. “Jack” Pollack over a questionable secret recording involving what appeared to be a bribe or payoff and a deal for a judgeship.
Frank DeFilippo: The Fly on the Wall may be an Electronic Bug
October 12, 2021