The federal racketeering lawsuit against KY Democrat Senate leader Ed Worley is getting interesting.
Apparently, Worley got caught saying something on tape that he wishes he hadn't said.
In a motion Worley filed Wednesday is U.S. District Court, he said "At no time did Earl Estes disclose to me that any conversation I ever had with him, including any conversation I had with him in November of 2005, was being recorded and I did not know the conversation was being recorded. I did not and do not consent to being secretly recorded and would not have talked to Mr. Estes if I knew that I was being recorded."
Kentucky law does not require a crime victim to notify a perpetrator he is recording a telephone call to collect incriminating evidence.