Justice DENIED in the trials of Don Siegelman, Bernard Kerik

From Andrew Kreig:
Dear Colleagues:
I’d like to share with you the results of a major investigation by the Justice Integrity Project
published April 7 by Nieman Watchdog, a Harvard publication for the nation’s journalists:
  • “Another Look At The Kerik Case,” (April 7, 2010) http://snipurl.com/vb7gd.
  • Synopsis: The judge in the corruption trial of Bernard Kerik, acting at the request of prosecutors, suppressed testimony that could have been helpful to the former New York police commissionerŠ.
Feel free to republish, or arrange an interview for your own research.
Separately, Alabama journalist Roger Shuler reviewed our Huffington Post exclusive showing
why the federal prosecution of former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman was sought by business speculators in Alabama and Washington allies.  Shuler did a great job getting at the gist: Replacing Siegelman with his better-connected Republican rival would help EADS/Northrop Grumman
beat Boeing for one of the largest military contracts in U.S. history.  The long-shot bid by EADS/Northrop Grumman would help bring an assembly plant to Alabama for Air Force tankers and boost jobs elsewhere also in Europe for EADS supporters, courtesy of U.S. taxpayers.
Our Project’s main mission is to help other researchers.  As indicated by our focus on the
Republican Kerik and Democrat Siegelman, we provide non-partisan, behind-the-scenes research
on U.S. Justice Department tactics in white-collar investigations of prominent figures, including
those in U.S. political leadership.   This sometimes includes scrutiny of federal judges, and other sensitive/controversial areas.  Visit our website below to read more, especially if this might help
your own research or you have views to share.
In the meantime, thank you for your attention.
Andrew Kreig
Executive Director, Justice Integrity Project

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