"This is New York - he’s in deep doo-doo when it comes to future aspirations"

“It ain’t done. We don’t know what the facts are,” said Hank Sheinkopf, a veteran New York Democratic consultant. “There are too many reporters asking too many questions to avoid any of this.”…

Technical data could settle this question. The photograph was uploaded to the site yfrog.com, which is integrated with Twitter, and either Twitter, yfrog, or both almost definitely have logs indicating the unique digital address of the computer or device that sent the image. (Twitter declined to comment on a specific customer; Imageshack, which owns yfrog, didn’t respond to a request for comment.) But Weiner told reporters, in a pair of impromptu and increasingly testy interviews outside his office on Capitol Hill, that he didn’t think asking the companies for that information or turning to law enforcement would end the story…

“This is New York – he’s in deep doo-doo when it comes to future aspirations,” said a pleased adviser to one of his rivals. “You’ve got every enemy of his, and interested political reporters, all digging, because there’s something too weird about this.”