Tuesday, October 07, 2008

7 Troopergate Witnesses Will Now Talk To Investigators

As the Troopergate Investigation comes to a close, 7 of the witnesses in the case who previously refused to cooperate, have now changed their minds. They have agreed to talk to investigators before the Oct. 10th deadline. It's interesting that they have decided to cooperate so late in the investigation.

I think this may have something to do with the fact that investigators located e-mails over the past few weeks that could name names....and these State witnesses did not want to dig themselves deeper into the Palin scandal. I'm a little suspicious as to why the Attorney General, a Palin lapdog, decided to cooperate all of a sudden. A week ago, he was working to sabotage the State Legislatures investigation. I wonder if he knows something about the outcome that the rest of us don't. I am hoping that this case won't be a whitewash.

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