Lawmakers Investigate Selective Prosecutions

The House Judiciary Committee is set to hold a hearing on what some Democrats are calling selective prosecutions by the Justice Department, apparently aimed at helping Republican candidates get elected. Of particular interest is the prosecution of Don Siegelman, former Democratic governor of Alabama. He is in prison on corruption charges, but Democrats say his case was politically motivated.

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