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The Governor of Goat Hill: Don Siegelman, the Reporter who Exposed his Crimes, and the Hoax that Suckered some of the Top Names in Journalism
     

The Governor of Goat Hill: Don Siegelman, the Reporter who Exposed his Crimes, and the Hoax that Suckered some of the Top Names in Journalism

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by Eddie Curran
 
"This is a book you will either love or hate. One thing you definitely won't find it to be is boring. If you believe Don Siegelman got shafted by over-zealous, intensely partisan prosecutors you will find the case presented against him in great detail, making it easier for you to contradict with opposing evidence. I consider Don Siegelman a personal friend and this

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"This is a book you will either love or hate. One thing you definitely won't find it to be is boring. If you believe Don Siegelman got shafted by over-zealous, intensely partisan prosecutors you will find the case presented against him in great detail, making it easier for you to contradict with opposing evidence. I consider Don Siegelman a personal friend and this book has not changed my mind. He is a man of great ability and it will be up to the reader to decide if he abused the trust that was placed in him-or was the victim of a witch hunt orchestrated at the highest levels of American government."

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ISBN-13:
9781440189418
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
04/14/2010
Pages:
688
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.63(d)

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The Governor of Goat Hill: Don Siegelman, the Reporter who Exposed his Crimes, and the Hoax that Suckered some of the Top Names in Journalism 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ewa42 More than 1 year ago
Mr. Curran shows the ability to "preservere" in getting to the bottom of a story that most newspaper reporters that i know will not do.I can say with some degree of knowledge that he found the pony underneath the pile of manure and there are more ponies still to be found.After reading his book i don't understand why more people did not or have not gone to jail and if anyone in the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals reads the book they might want to remand it back to the federal district court with the thought that he should have gotten a longer sentence.