I apologize that this newsletter is not as attractive as the last; my
sources for doing a "professional" layout have expired. The
contents, however, should be of interest to you. They are the
lastest developments and news regarding our Dad. While progress has
been predominantly positive, we are concerned that real investigation
in Congress is not taking place. Many people who are involved with
these injustices have yet to be contacted for testimony. Please
continue writing letters and calling members of the House Judiciary,
urging them to focus on this and other related cases. We need them
to do a thorough investigation to reach the truth. Their contact may
be found here http://judiciary.house.gov/contact.aspx
Thank you for all your help, encouragement, and prayers.
Dana and Joseph Siegelman
1) NY Times Editorial: Mr. Rove Talks, but Doesn't Answer - June 2, 2008
Karl Rove continues to avoid conversation that would place him at
blame in the Siegelman case, amongst others.
2) Harpers: Siegelman Prosecution Continues to Unravel, By Scott Horton
June 4, 2008
Professor Scott Horton of Harpers Magazine writes how the Siegelman
case makes a mark on history. Associated Press announces the
pull-out of U.S. Prosecutors' appeal for longer "death" sentencing
for Siegelman and Scrushy.
3) NY Times Editorial: A Case of Politics - June 16, 2008
New York Times editor restates the allegations regarding Siegelman
and his prosecution. The article calls on Karl Rove to testify.
4) The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - June 16, 2008
J on Stewart brings up the Siegelman case while interviewing fired
U.S. Attorney David Iglesias on "The Daily Show."
5) Tuscaloosa News: Siegelman correct to question his prosecution-
June 27, 2008
"A blistering report this week from the Justice Department's
inspector general gives strong support to Don Siegelman's claims of
political meddling in his prosecution."