I was in Interior Alaska all day today with an Internet connection as sketchy as my record this month in posting. All I can do right now is point you in the direction of Rich Mauer's story in the Anchorage Daily News this morning. Mauer's article reports that the court has given the special counsel looking into the conduct of the prosecutors in the Ted Stevens trial the power to compel testimony from those six government attorneys as well as from the lead FBI agent in the case, star prosecution witness Bill Allen, and Bill Allen's attorney. That article is at http://www.adn.com/news/politics/fbi/stevens/story/879880.html on the Internet.
I'll have more analysis tomorrow. As a bonus, I'll have photos. Come on back.