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HELP DANA SIEGELMAN!
To help Dana Siegelman hire a publicist so she
can spread the word about her Dad's
prosecution, give her a gift/contribution
using the ChipIn link below!
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PETITION
Sign our petition at Change.org

  HOW can I sign in both
myself and my spouse on the
petition? The petition kicks me
out when I try to add another
name.
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the green/blue header bar. Then you
can log in again for a family member
or spouse.
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CALL THE WHITE HOUSE

Vice-President Joe Biden (202-224-2424)

Democratic Leader
Nancy Pelosi (202-225-
0100)

If you call, be sure to spell Siegelman as
some aides may not have heard of him.
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A LETTER FROM DON

You are my last hope for freedom.

I never thought this prosecution would be at this point. I am at
the end of my rope and you are my last hope for freedom.

I thought Karl Rove’s involvement and the fact that my
prosecutor’s husband was running my opponent’s campaign
would have ended this.

60 Minutes, the New York Times, Time Magazine, Harper’s, two
Congressional investigations, 113 former state Attorneys
General and top Constitutional Law Professors  and Pulitzer
Prize winning journalist, George Will all have argued that my
prosecution is legally flawed – the courts have disagreed.

I have nowhere else to turn to for my freedom but you.
My daughter, Dana, has created an online Petition to the
President.  Please sign the
Petition for Freedom.

Ask your friends and family to sign.  Ask just one person (or
more) a day to sign and we will reach our goal.  Ask them to post
a request on Facebook and Twitter.

If enough people express their concern over this I won’t stay in
prison… the President will listen.

Please sign the
online petition today and ask others to sign
using your smart phone or iPad  - right  then and there - to sign
them up.

Just save this link as a bookmark and you’ll have it ready:
www.change.org/pardondon

If you want to collect signatures on a paper petition I have
attached one you can printout: (
PDF Print Petition)

With your help and your asking others to sign this petition,
maybe, just maybe I’ll be home before Christmas.

Sincerely,

        PLEASE SIGN our PETITION
      to the President
     to "Pardon Governor Don Siegelman"


    The American Trial Lawyer Magazine called Don Siegelman “America's #1 Political Prisoner."

    In Jack Abramoff’s book, Capitol Punishment: The Hard Truth About Washington Corruption From America's Most Notorious Lobbyist, he admits
    that one of his top priorities was “stopping Don Siegelman.”

    Don Siegelman said in 2007 at his first sentencing; “ If this ruling stands....a rogue Justice Department can prosecute contributors and elected officials they
    simply do not like."

    Please petition the President of the United States for clemency in Governor Siegelman's case by signing the petition on
    Change.org and posting this message publicly however you can. By doing so we may one day clarify the law and keep our democracy and freedom intact.

    Our goal is to have 50,000 signatures by Nov. 6 , election day. But every day that we do not get a decision we will continue to add signatures. Please sign and get
    all your friends to sign too!
donate to the Legal Defense Fund

        PLEASE SIGN our PETITION
      to the President
     to "Pardon Governor Don Siegelman"