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Dirty deed done dirt cheap

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Another Day, Another Hooker Scandal

http://news.aol.com/political-machine/bloggers/liza-porteus-viana/By Liza Porteus Viana
Apr 2nd 2008 1:32PM

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Debbie StabenowThe news today is that Thomas Athans, the husband of U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich., paid $150 to a prostitute for sex at a Troy, Mich., hotel in February. Athans, co-founder of liberal talk radio network, Democracy Radio, has been married to Stabenow since 2003.

The Detroit Free Press obtained
a copy of the police report under
the Freedom of Information Act.
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It says Athans, 46, was not arrested or charged,
but agreed to fully cooperate with police in their
investigation into Internet-based prostitution
at city hotels.
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The Free Press reports that Athans was pulled
over by police on I-75 minutes after leaving the
Residence Inn on Livernois, Mich.,
the night of Feb. 26.
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He was driving a Cadillac DeVille
registered jointly to him and Stabenow
at their address in Lansing.
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He was ticketed for driving on a suspended license.
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During that stop,
Athans admitted he had been at the hotel
with a woman he met on the Internet and
that he paid her $150 to do the deed.
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Police later went to the hotel and arrested
the lady of the evening.
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The Detroit News has some more details
of what police found when they entered
the room where the transaction took place.
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The police report said Athans was only
in the room for about 15 minutes that
night before he was seen getting
into his Cadillac.

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“This is very disturbing and serious.
Obviously it’s a deeply difficult
and personal matter,”
Stabenow said in a statement issued
Wednesday morning in response
to the newspaper’s story.
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Insert here the lecture:
“What the heck were you thinking –
being an elected official or married to one?!”
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News flash:
The dirt always gets dug up.
Just ask Eliot Spitzer, Jim McGreevey,
Bill Clinton … the list goes on and on.

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