Q&A With Don Siegelman
By Markeshia Ricks
The Anniston Star
Sunday 18 May 2008
Birmingham - Almost two months after being released from a federal prison in Oakdale, La., former Gov. Don Siegelman looks noticeably healthier.
The ghostly pallor and thinness that seemed to cling to him when he was released is all but gone.
He's got color in his cheeks, a little more weight on his body and a fierce determination to not only clear his name but to do his part to expose a scandal in the U.S. Department of Justice that he says is bigger than Watergate.
While he's got plenty to say about President Bush's former deputy chief of staff Karl Rove and the conspiracy he believes was cooked up to oust him and other prominent Democrats from office, he has nothing to say about his nine months in prison.
"That's just not something that's on my mind,
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