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Along with the state officials and law professors who are happy that the Supreme Court this week is reviewing the corruption conviction of former Virginia governor Robert F. McDonnell, add inmate No. 24775-001 at the federal prison in Oakdale, La.

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I never gave a single dime to Governor Siegelman and the facts show this but for some reason the jury didn't care about the facts either and neither did the prosecutors or the Judge.First, I never wrote a check to him and he never received any money.

Published in Criminal Injustice
Friday, 09 January 2015 00:00

Editorial: A gross injustice in sentencing

Robert F. McDonnell, the man who served as Virginia’s governor from 2010 until 2014, was sentenced to 24 months in federal prison Tuesday. To say McDonnell was convicted of corruption is to tell only a fraction of the story surrounding his dealings while in office.

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Consider the following: A high-ranking elected official is aided greatly, in his campaign for office, by rich donors who contribute or raise millions of dollars for his campaign. Once he is in office, he rewards those contributors by appointing them to high-profile and much-sought-after positions. What, if anything, should the Justice Department do in response?

Published in Criminal Injustice
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 00:00

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