Jan 162014
 January 16, 2014  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Ryan Gorman and Snejana Farberov:

A former Morgan Stanley executive’s defense in a criminal case accusing him of secretly taping sex acts with three women has gone to the dogs.

According to court documents made public Thursday, the once high-powered wealth manager John C. Kelly told investigators last February that he had set up cameras in his Manhattan apartment to keep an eye on his pooch, but the device accidentally caught his sexual escapades.

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