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Former Okla. lawmaker convicted of bribery
AP via SFGate ^
| TIM TALLEY, Associated Press
Posted on 03/05/2012 7:06:51 PM PST by SmithL
Oklahoma City (AP) -- A federal jury has convicted a former leader of the Oklahoma Senate on a single bribery count and cleared him on 32 other charges. A co-defendant was cleared of all wrongdoing.
Former Senate President Pro Tem Mike Morgan was convicted of bribery for his actions involving a nursing home bill. Jurors couldn't reach a decision on 28 other counts one of extortion and 27 of mail fraud.
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Government; US: Oklahoma
KEYWORDS: cultureofcorruption; mikemorgan; protem
Gee! I wonder what political party former Senate President Pro Tem Mike Morgan represents?
posted on 03/05/2012 7:06:57 PM PST
The unmentioned party rule works nearly every time.
Well you know if he was a republican, AP would have stated it three times in the first sentence.
posted on 03/05/2012 7:17:19 PM PST
(santorum is Mr Rogers without a spine. Check his record, not his rhetoric.)
Must be their keyboard is missing the “D” key.
Must be a member of the Whig Party or something.
posted on 03/05/2012 7:21:58 PM PST
by Gay State Conservative
(Massachusetts...proud home of *two* of Obama's illegal alien relatives!)
posted on 03/05/2012 7:30:04 PM PST
(Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
Well, you sure won’t hear which party he belongs to if you listen to the local news, or see it if you read it in the local papers. Yet every time a conservative runs into trouble, they always, every time, mention the party.
posted on 03/05/2012 8:44:40 PM PST
(Now that Perry's out, I guess I'll just have to vote for "Generic Republican Candidate")
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