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20 August 2009

In a word, David L. Cohen, the answer is "No."

One guest miffed by the news media's attention was David L. Cohen, now an executive vice president of Comcast, whose name had come up during the Fumo trial. Cohen, former head of the law firm Ballard Spahr, reportedly told the then-CEO of Verizon to "work it out with the senator" when he sought advice about demands for money being made by Fumo.
"Don't you think this is rude? Even a little?" Cohen asked reporters who had gathered to interview him about the party.

And in 29 more words: You're defending a thief who you allegedly enabled by not discouraging him from fantasies of a healthy eight-figure take. Don't you think that is rude? Even a little?
Now, a portrait entitled Rich White Dudes (Alleged Enabler on the left, and in the middle, of the frame):

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