Legal Schnauzer posts a summary of Don Siegelman’s disturbing new biography which “promises an inside look at perhaps the most notorious political prosecution in U.S. history.” The Schnauzer writes: In a searing political memoir, former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman explodes the myth of an impartial U.S. justice system. He should know. Arguably the most successful and promising politician in modern Alabama history, his three-decade career in public service ran afoul of Republican opponents who used the federal judicial system to take him out of contention in Alabama and nationally. Siegelman ultimately was sentenced to 88 months in federal prison and served five years, with long stretches in solitary confinement during […]
“It will be a raw and wonderful reunion” Dana Siegelman, the “Gov’s” daughter stated to WRGX as she waited for her dad to arrive in the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth Airport. Dana is an ardent supporter of her dad’s innocence, appearing on major networks’ talk shows and sponsoring petitions defending her Dad’s integrity. She had been waiting for this day for a long time. As Don Siegelman drove home from the airport with his family, a number of supporters gathered along his route to cheer him on. Chris Davis of WHNT19 News wrote that one loyal supporter drove 2.5 hrs from Tuscaloosa to see Don and welcome him home. “We drove up here so that […]
Word on the street is that Don Siegelman will be released from Oakdale Prison Camp on the earliest possible release date, February 8, 2017.
Good News for the New Year! Donations tallied! We raised over $8,000! After a total of 10 days collecting donations, the contributions been tallied and the matching has occurred. Thanks to our 53 donors, and our friend who matched the donations, we have netted $8,740! We also want to thank everyone who assisted in sending out the requests for donations & posted the donor appeals on social media. You have helped make this a truly Happy New Year for Don Siegelman, his family and many supporters. News Year’s Greeting from Don in Oakdale Hope for 2017 Here’s to a great year for us and, God willing, humanity! There is always […]