Met Dana Siegelman in ’12 and she’s the real deal and has worked so hard for her Dad….
I don’t understand why Don is still in prison. He should never have been there–and he should be out. The president could make this happen with a stroke of his pen.
Hope the Dumbocrat crook rots in prison
This has to be one of the worst case of political prosectution that only happens in countries like North Korea and China!
Don has been punished beyond belief and now this for exercising first amendment rights? Something is awry. This is unbelievable.
If in your heart, you truly do not know whether you believe Don Siegelman is guilty or not, do not hold that against those of us who have fought for years believing in this injustice and the message behind his conviction.
I’m at a loss for understanding why he [the President] hasn’t pardoned Don after all this time.
Governor, you are a good man. Life seems to throw lessons at good people. . . . I think of you often and daily wish the best for you.
Wish he could be our governor again!
. . . most people could care less about you and don seigleman . by the way did he promise you one those boats, cars,trucks or something else in return for your council .
I remember in October 2012 . . . . when Siegelman’s daughter introduced herself, the audience gasped. That’s the feeling most in the room had about the whole case.
Give him 10 more years please !
I hope he runs for Governor again…if he was dishonest he wouldn’t be sitting in prison.
Frustrated for you.
We want you out! Home with your family! You should never have been incarcerated!!
God bless you and your family! Thanks for all you did and still do! Stay strong!
This is a joke, right?
This whole story of unprecedented political prosecution and grave injustice has become an inconvenient truth to the media, to the legal establishment to politicians and to name brand Democrats including the President. . .
Josh Moon: “It doesn’t matter why Don Siegelman is in solitary confinement at a Louisiana federal prison. . . . because Don Siegelman shouldn’t be in prison at all.”
Don was there for me and my 1200 co workers when we went out on strike back in the 1980’s . He was the only one in the state Alabama to stand by us. He is the real deal . The people who put him where he is today are evil people .
Siegelman was a crook convicted by a jury in a court of law. End of story.
Yes! I am disappointed that President Obama has pardoned some who were serving life sentences for drug offenses, yet passing over Governor Siegelman. Senseless and really sad.
Free Don! Hey Jerry, . . . If it can happen to Don it could easily happen to you and in your case they could throw away the keys.
Siegelman served Alabama well which is something republicans who hurt him can’t say.
- Don in Prison
- Early Release
- GOP Operatives
- JIll Simpson Affidavit
- Justice Department
- Political Prosecution
- Presidential Pardon
- Prison Reform
- Rob Riley
- Siegelman Documentary
- Testimony House Judiciary Committee
- The Governor's Commentary
- U.S. Law
- War Games