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She will give us the details of the case and she will tell us how we can help.
BTW, I a have submitted a panel for NN about the Don Siegelman case. Dana will be part of the panel. In addition, the panel will also include;
Scott Horton, Columbia law professor and Harper's contributor who has been called the leading legal expert on the Siegelman case. He wrote this Harper's article; Boss Rove’s Justice
Mimi Kennedy, actress, celebrity activist and National Chairwoman of the Progressive Democrats of America. She may talk about her Huffington Post piece 'The Curious Case of Don Siegelman,' stolen elections and false democracy under the Bush Administration. She said in a separate post, "A pardon would be a step towards justice - for Don and for the country. Otherwise, we live in a lawless land, with justice only for some - and the rest of us are sitting ducks if we try to get involved in politics that anger certain rich and powerful people."
Parker Griffith, former Republican Congressman from the 5th congressional district in Alabama on Rove's work in the South, the judge's corruption, and what he called a "political assassination of one of the finest governors we've ever had in the South." (Yes a Republican at NN)
Hopefully the panel will get approved.
Speaking of NN, one thing I will propose at the meeting is the possibility of pulling LA Kossacks together to get a bus to go to San Jose. So we can save some dough and have fun on the way to San Jose.