Governor Jailed for Questioning his Electoral "Defeat"

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Don Siegelman, Democratic governor of Alabama from 1999 to 2003, has been convicted and jailed in a 'bribery' case that sounds a lot like politics as usual. Could it be that the real reason he was charged was that he was getting too close to the conspiracy that altered the vote totals in 2002, where Seligman was 'defeated' in a private, midnight 'Recount' attended only by Republicans.

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Why doesn't this surprise me? Southern justice... by Archie on Wednesday, Nov 28, 2007 at 2:21:31 PM