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Ala. Newspaper Editorial Calls Fed Prosecution in Ala. Incompetent

By The Daily Home
Editorial

Rather than settle any questions of guilt or innocence, the acquittals and mistrials returned last week in Alabama’s gambling corruption trial have only exacerbated mistrust of state government and the legal system.

What are we to make of a trial that charged nine people, including four state legislators, with 125 crimes, took 10 weeks of court time after months of FBI investigation, cost an untold amount of money and produced not a single conviction?

Given that three of the original defendants pleaded guilty and testified against the nine who were tried, one word comes to mind: incompetence.

Incompetence in the investigation that produced such flimsy evidence that federal prosecutors could not put together a convincing case against any of the accused, or incompetence in the prosecutors who bungled their presentation of the evidence available to them. Maybe both.

To read more click here.

Ouch! Feds Comes Up Empty in Big Ala. Gambling Trial (ticklethewire.com)


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