The Boston Globe files to oppose Robert Kraft's protective order of video


Last week, a number of media organizations filed a joint motion opposing Robert Kraft's motion to have evidence suppressed by protective order in his solicitation case.

The Boston Globe is joining in on the intervention in hopes that the alleged video of Kraft be released to the public, attorney Daniel Wallach reported on Wednesday night. 

Kraft's legal team filed its motion on March 20 to prevent evidence in the case from going public. Police claim they have video of the Patriots owner paying cash for sexual favors at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Fla.

Kraft waived his arraignment last week and requested a jury trial. As for any discipline from the NFL, commissioner Roger Goodell said he is waiting for all of the facts before making a decision.

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