Wednesday, September 03, 2008


An aide to Sarah Palin had agreed to testify in Troopergate.

She changed her mind.

And this:

In the latest sign that Sarah Palin's promised cooperation with the Trooper-Gate investigation is failing to materialize, her lawyer is now demanding that the entire case be taken out of the hands of the independent prosecutor hired by Alaska lawmakers, and given over to a state personnel board -- whose three members were appointed by the governor herself.

1 comment:

Ted W said...

Palin has, in fact, filed a ethics grievance against herself in regards to troopergate. By so doing, she is effectively trying to keep the independent investigation at bay. If he grievance is allowed to go forward as you have mentioned, it will be turned over to the personnel board which she appointed.

Sound familiar? She might as well have been a member of Bush and Company.