In news reports, Attorney General Eric Holder said he was "horrified" by the prosecutorial misconduct in the case against U.S. Senator Ted Stevens.
With the Stevens indictment and conviction now tossed aside by the Attorney General, there is now hope that justice will prevail against the Rove Republican Racket's political persecutions of Democratic politicians and fundraising allies.
The cases of Paul Minor, Sue Schmitz, former Gov. Don Siegelman among others should and most likely will be reviewed for prosecutorial misconduct.
Former General Counsel to President Nixon, John Dean gives an inside look at what motivated Holder to move on the Stevens case. His insightful column for findlaw.com focuses on Judge Emmett Sullivan.