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Unrepentant Sen. Stevens Trashes Prosecution On Campaign Trail

Even after his conviction, Sen. Ted Stevens isn’t admitting any wrongdoing on the campaign trail. In fact, he’s telling voters the only ones who have done something wrong are the prosecutors.

Sen. Stevens Back Home/campaign web page

Sen. Stevens Back Home/campaign web page


By William Yardley
New York Times
ANCHORAGE – If Senator Ted Stevens is feeling down about his felony convictions, his uphill battle for re-election or the sudden supremacy of another Republican, Gov. Sarah Palin, on the Alaskan political stage, it would be tough to tell from the crunch of determination that has long shaped his face.
Even in good times, Mr. Stevens was never much of a smiler – though he was wearing a rare grin this week when he arrived home.
“Is he down?” said Bill Sheffield, a former Alaska governor and a close friend. “No, he’s pretty up and thinks he’ll be vindicated.”
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