Saturday, December 1, 2007

Congressman Jefferson's Motion Denied

It appears that indicted Louisiana Congressman William (Cold Cash) Jefferson is trying to avoid the inevitable: Standing Trial For Bribery & Corruption Schemes

Yesterday a federal judge rejected his attempt to have his trial moved out of northern Virginia. It appears that the Congressman believes that he stands a better chance of being exonerated if his trial was moved to the District of Columbia in order to draw a largely black jury pool.

As I have said before, Congressman Jefferson erroneously believe that somehow blacks will not listen to the evidence and find him not guilty based on race alone.

Let's get on with the trial, Congressman Jefferson, and stop trying to play a badly dealt race card.

The State of Louisiana has spoken: Just Say No To Corruption

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