Recently explosive emails obtained by BBC reporter Greg Palast--and supported by testimony given by Monica Goodling--implicated Karl Rove disciple and tainted appointee (by way of legislation sneaked into the Patriot Act) to the position of U.S. Attorney, Tim Griffin, in voter caging--a felony offense.
Air America's Randi Rhodes spoke to Palast last week, and that interview got the attention of House Judiciary Committee Chair, John Conyers. Palast met with Conyers since then, and Palast went on the air with Rhodes again yesterday to tell the tale.
By the way, Tim Griffin? He resigned.
Here's Randi Rhodes recounting the recent developments.
Later, Randi was joined by Palast, who discussed his meeting with John Conyers.
Crossposted at Ice Station Tango.
TAGS: Greg Palast, Randi Rhodes, Karl Rove, Caging