Sunday, April 5, 2009

Acquittal in Puerto Rico

Democratic Governor Anibal Acevedo Vila of Puerto Rico was targeted by the Rove Republican Racket as you can guess right before the elections in November of 2008. The wild accusations and nine counts of corruption cost the one-term governor the election.

Even the Puerto Rican media piled on demanding his resignation before the election. It was a well orchestrated win for the Rove Racket.

After 30 witnesses for the federal prosecution and a month long trial, the jury came back on March 20th and unanimously found the former Governor NOT guilty on all nine counts.

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder should now look at the prosecutorial misconduct on that sunny island. Here is the full story.