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By PFW staff

Louisiana State police said Monday that they have found no evidence to back up allegations that the Saints rigged wiring at the Superdome to eavesdrop on opposing coaches.

"This has been an intensive investigation, and after numerous interviews we have determined that there is no evidence that state laws have been violated," State Police Col. Mike Edmonson said.

The state police have been working with the FBI to investigate the accusations since an April ESPN story first reported that sources alleged GM Mickey Loomis had a device in his Superdome suite that enabled him to listen to opposing coaching staffs during 2002, ’03 and ’04 seasons.

Loomis has emphatically denied the accusations made in the report and the Saints have hired former FBI director Louis Freeh to do their own investigation.

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