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MagickMuffin Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-20-07 04:34 AM
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8. More Puzzle Pieces
Simpson affidavit, provides a detailed specific account of what transpired, starting with Bill Canarys statement not to worry about Don Siegelman that his girls would take care of him.

Then Rileys son asked Canary if he was sure that Siegelman would be taken care of, and Canary told him not to worry that he had already gotten it worked out with Karl and Karl had spoken with the Department of Justice and the Department of Justice was already pursuing Don Siegelman.

His girls were Canarys wife Leura Canary, who as U.S. Attorney in the Middle District of Alabama, did in fact start the investigation, only dropping off when objections were raised by Governor Siegelmans counsel due to her obvious political bias and the U.S. Attorney in Birmingham Alice Martin.

Ms. Simpson, who gave the affidavit, is a lifelong Republican and was a worker in the Riley campaign against Siegelman, and her account has been contemporaneously corroborated all facts the News reporters have also suppressed. The statements denying the affidavit are extremely vague non-recollections, are unsworn, and in a law court would count for absolutely nothing.

http://www.harpers.org/archive/2007/06/hbc-90000257

Boy the puzzle is starting to come together.


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