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Eliot Spitzer. (AP Photo/New York Daily News, James Keivom, Pool)

Former N.Y. Gov. Eliot Spitzer has filed legal papers to block the former bosses of insurance giant AIG from gaining access to his personal e-mails, reports The New York Post. The decade-old feud dates back to Spitzer’s tenure as state attorney general, when he brought civil fraud charges against AIG and its leaders, CEO Hank Greenberg and CFO Howard Smith.

Smith filed suit in 2008 to compel the Attorney General’s Office to obtain and release Spitzer’s e-mails from a private account to try to prove he engaged in biased, unfair prosecution against them. Spitzer, who later resigned in a call-girl scandal, urged a judge to toss out Smith’s Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) lawsuit.

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