Wednesday, October 29, 2008

This Blog Will Keep Going

Washington, D.C.--

Although the verdict in the Ted Stevens trial--and the fact that I didn't post yesterday--may lead a reader to conclude that the blog is finished, that conclusion would be dead wrong. This blog will keep going and follow the Alaska corruption scandals to their conclusion. The federal investigation(s) in the Last Frontier will produce a number of other indictments and trials.

Thanks for all the support, and I really appreciate your thoughtful feedback. Keep those electronic cards and letters coming, folks.

My next several topics will include:

· What happens next in Ted Stevens' case (appeals, campaign, political maneuvering)
· Other targets in the investigation and possible new indictments
· Analysis of closing arguments in the Ted Stevens trial
· Winner(s) of the closing argument quiz contest

The next trial arising out of the Alaska public corruption scandals is that of Alaska Sen. John Cowdery, R.-Anch., which is now scheduled for January. There will be other developments before then, however. Stay tuned.

1 comment:

erindgr8 said...

Ha, I called Cowdery's office to urge my state senator to use his Legislative Council vote to release the Branchflower report. I wonder why he's still on the Council, then.