18 October 2007

More Politically Motivated Prosecutions, This Time in Mississippi

Seems strikingly similar to the Siegelman case in Alabama, but this time in Mississippi.
The case fits a familiar pattern. The corruption Mr. Minor was charged with was disturbingly vague, as it was with Ms. Thompson [Wisconsin where her case was overturned on appeal as "beyond thin"], whose only “crime” was awarding a contract to the lowest bidder, and Mr. Siegelman, who was convicted for fairly routine political behavior.
We will be paying for the Damage inflicted by for years to come.


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