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Dear Friends,

I once again need your help in furthering the message to free my dad.  Congress is back in session, and it is up to us to provide the pressure than will keep Congress investigating partisan prosecution and the corruption of the Department of Justice (aka: my dad's case).  

Please take a few minutes on January 10th to call your Representative and/or Senator about continuing this investigation.  This is our chance to show those who represent us that prosecuting Democrats over Republicans, for political reasons, will not be tolerated.  Using the Justice Department as a political tool will not be tolerated.  Incriminating one's opponents to win elections will not be tolerated.  

We can have our country back, only if we take action.  Please use your voice January 10th and call your Congressperson(s)!   Lets welcome 2008 with our combined voice for liberty and justice.   Information on how to reach your Congressperson can be found at

Thank you for your continued efforts to free my dad!

Originally posted to Dana Siegelman on Mon Jan 07, 2008 at 10:41 PM PST.

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  •  I'll be calling (2+ / 0-)
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    shayera, farleftcoast

    One of my senators is Specter, who is on the Senate Justice Committee.  He disappoints on the individual bills, but probably will be pragmatic about the longer picture and returning the DOJ to its former nonpartisan status.

    You might want to put 'my dad' somewhere in your diary title.  Sad to say, many of us middle-years types don't always remember names.  I remember yours from radio interviews and the fact that what was done to your dad is just so far beyond the pale.

    This sounds sort of inadequate, but hang in there...trying to get heard in the midst of election season is difficult, but must be done.  I hope you have the strength to keep fighting.

    Everyone is talking about crime... Tell me who are the criminals. - "Equal Rights," Peter Tosh

    by Nastja Polisci on Mon Jan 07, 2008 at 11:29:33 PM PST

  •  I'll call (1+ / 0-)
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    Boxer & Feinstein.  Boxer can probably be relied on, but I have my doubts about Feinstein.  But I'll certainly call!

  •  They will be getting my faxes. (0+ / 0-)

    "The Conservatives definition of torture: Anything that provides death or false information from its captive." Me 2007

    by army193 on Tue Jan 08, 2008 at 01:13:30 AM PST

  •  I'll try to help. (0+ / 0-)

    Cuthullu 08, why vote for a lesser evil?

    by Timothy Scriven on Tue Jan 08, 2008 at 01:43:34 AM PST

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