President Obama, set an innocent man free! One Last Blow against Injustice! To our most honorable President, You have one week left in the White House, a time of fond memories and farewells. Before you go, however, you could strike just one more blow against injustice. The former Alabama Governor, Don Siegelman, was the victim of a selective prosecution for political gain; he was wrongfully prosecuted and convicted! Observers and experts alike, say that the prosecutorial misconduct in his case was so remarkable that it stands out in recent American Jurisprudence. In fact, some say it is the most egregious example of prosecutorial misconduct in recent American jurisprudence. You are […]
SENT TO THE SHU AGAIN Former Alabama governor Don E. Siegelman was sent to the SHU again this week. Former Alabama governor Don E. Siegelman was sent to the Special Housing Unit, called solitary confinement or SHU, this week at the Louisiana facility in which he is imprisoned on political corruption charges, according to his son Joseph Siegelman. Siegelman, 70, was quoted extensively in a Washington Post article this week on former Virginia governor Robert F. McDonnell, whose 2014 conviction on public corruption charges was reviewed by the Supreme Court on Wednesday. This case is similar to Governor Siegelman’s case in that the definition of political bribery is so loosely […]
Final Bid Closed at $4500! Really! Congratulations, BBPCB, on getting this piece of history! The final bid of $4,500.00 was submitted after a fast and furious competition ensued for the prison garb worn by former Governor Don Siegelman. Friends of Siegelman RIPPED THE SHIRT OFF HIS BACK to raise money for Steve Wimberly’s documentary, Atticus v. the Architect. Don Siegelman literally sold the shirt right off his back! The shirt was auctioned on EBay for considerably more money that was anticipated. Not many people have an authentic prison T-shirt worn by a “America’s #1 Political Prisoner”? Well, bidder bbpcb just paid $4500.00 to own this piece of history. Don Siegelman […]
How many people do you know have an authentic prison T-shirt worn by a “America’s #1 Political Prisoner”?