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Andrew Kreig is a Washington, DC-based commentator, consultant, radio host and author, drawing on his careers in law, business and journalism. The consultancy Eagle View Capital Strategies (www.eagleviewdc.com) provides links to the core documents from his five-month investigation of the Siegelman case.

From 1996 to last year, Kreig was President and CEO of the Wireless Communications Association International in Washington. In this, he led its worldwide advocacy for broadband -- including innovative uses in community economic development, education, public health care, disaster relief, military preparedness and public safety.

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       Monday, June 4, 2012
Supreme Court Denies Siegelman, Scrushy Appeals True to recent form, the U.S. Supreme Court denied relief June 4 to former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman on corruption charges. This sets the stage for Siegelman's reimprisonment in the most notorious federal political prosecution and frame-up of the decade.

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       Thursday, June 25, 2009
Update on Major Forum June 26 on Selective DoJ Prosecutions The most recent news release is below from this afternoon, along with the latest agenda. The event is scheduled to be cablecast nationally on C-SPAN's channel 3, although not all systems carry that channel. It is available via Internet (live from 8 to 11 a.m. ET) by going to C-Span's website, and doubtless at other times, as well.