Bloomberg Ordered to Stop Hogging 911 Report

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NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 12:  New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg delivers his annual State of the City address at Morris High School Campus on January 12, 2012 in the Bronx borough of New York City. Education reform was a significant part of Bloomberg's address.  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Photo: Mario Tama/2012 Getty Images

A Manhattan judge has ordered the Bloomberg administration to release a report on the city's 911 response system, despite the mayor's assertion that it's preliminary, and may not be entirely accurate. (Others believe it's just full of bad — potentially "nuclear" — news.) Today, Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron compared the city's secrecy reasoning to Richard Nixon during Watergate and ruled that they must turn the info over to FDNY unions within a week, although that doesn't necessarily mean the findings will become public. Engoron even mocked the city as he prepped his order, telling the lawyers, "This is just a draft. I can't reveal it."