Don Siegelman

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FORMER DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR OF ALABAMA

Don Siegelman was the unbeatable former Governor of Alabama. He had been Lt. Governor, Attorney General and Secretary of State – an extremely popular democrat despite the conservative leaning of the rural and undereducated population of the southern state. Since certain rogue local republicans could not beat him fairly through the election process, a cadre of corrupt GOP operatives helped them put on a Federal show-trial and convicted him for “bribery.” The acts for which they convicted him are commonly performed by politicians – including President Obama and President elect Trump – everyday.

As a result of this conspiracy, Don Siegelman is currently a guest of the Federal Bureau of Prison until 2017. After release he will be under house arrest and then will be on probation until 8.17.2020.

 

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    Directed the Siegelman Prosecution from D.C.

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    Initiated the investigation of Siegelman in ’99

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    Hosting planning meeting for Siegelman prosecution

  • Leura Canary

    Alabama US Attorney appointed to “get” Siegelman

  • William Canary

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  • Rob Riley

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