Free Don Siegelman

Sarah Smith
Sarah Smith 8 Comments
1,187 Signatures Goal: 1,000

In 1998 Don Siegelman was elected Governor of Alabama.He was the only official elected to all four of the states\' highest offices. Don was a threat to the Republician party which caused a lengthy investigation to begin in 1999. On June 29,2007 Don Siegelman was sentenced to 7 years and 4 months. This case centered around Richard Scrushy giving a contribution to Don\'s campaign for the lottery. Scrushy was appointed to a board of which he had served on under three governors.Scrushy gave the contribution like he said, because he believed in the man and what he could do for the state. Where was the crime They were brought to trial one month before the Democrat primary in 2006. This is a Watergate 2008,if ever there was. We citizens of Alabama and the United States sign this petition in agreement that Congress needs to fully investigate this case. We also want Don Siegelman set free and his name cleared by Congress. Go to wwwdonsiegelman.org for a study of this case.

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Sarah Smith & Friends of Don Siegelman\'s; We want to see Don Siegelman free. We want Congress to investigate this case throughly.

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www.donsiegelman.org
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