Former Alabama Governor has been in prison for nine months. But now that he smells freedom, Siegelman also evidently smells blood. And his nose is leading him in the direction of Karl Rove.
To that, we here at Legal Schnauzer can only say, "Go get 'em, Governor."
Anyone thinking Siegelman might act with timidity upon his release was sorely mistaken.
Siegelman promptly told The New York Times' Adam Nossiter that Rove's fingerprints were "smeared all over the case." Gee Don, could you be a little more specific?
Steve Benen, at The Carpetbagger Report, has an excellent piece on Siegelman's statements and the weak response from a member of Rove's team.
Let's see how the Republicans like it when Siegelman isn't fighting with both hands tied behind his back.