04/19/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Pellicano Trial Exclusive Audio: Hear Ken Starr's Call

Below is the exclusive audio of a phone call between Anthony Pellicano and Ken Starr. Ken Starr (no relation to the former special prosecutor) was Sly Stallone's former business manager. When Mr. Stallone sued him on Feb. 14, 2002, Starr retained Bert Fields, who recommended that he hire Anthony Pellicano. That month, prosecutors say, Mr. Pellicano wiretapped Mr. Stallone. The played the following recording in court (read about the day in court) in which Ken Starr asked Pellicano to go after Sly. In this tape, Pellicano says "Bert is like my blood." And all kinds of other good things about going after Sly.

It sounds personal...

Pellicano has no idea who Mort Zuckerman is, who has recently parted ways with Starr, after Starr says his name.
AP: I need to know what his name is
KS: Mortimer Zuckerman
AP: Mor-ti-mer...
KS: Zuckerman. He owns the Daily News
AP: Zipper?
KS: Zuckerman

AP: You cannot say a word to anybody in the world about what I just told you... You are not going to tell Bert this, I am. So there's not going to be any communication between you and Bert. And you and I never had this conversation.

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