Friday, August 6, 2010

Judge Announces that Ruling on Vic Kohring's Motion Will Come "Soon"

Anchorage—

U.S. District Court Judge John Sedwick stated at a hearing yesterday that he would rule “as soon as I can” on a motion by former State Rep. Vic Kohring (R.-Wasilla) to have the ex-lawmaker’s corruption convictions thrown out. The comment came at the oral argument on the motion, and you can read the story in the Anchorage Daily News at http://www.adn.com/2010/08/05/1397941/kohring-ruling-coming-soon.html on the Internet.

And a correction: The federal criminal investigation of U.S. Rep. Don Young (R.-Alaska) apparently included a probe of an allegation of Young’s involvement in changing the language of an earmark to benefit the “Coconut Road” project in Florida. My post regarding Young’s announcement that the feds had ended its investigation of him mistakenly referenced "Coconut Grove," which is the name of a Miami neighborhood and (in slightly different spelling) a Boston nightclub that was the site of a terrible fire in 1942.

3 comments:

徐雅黃昱行婷 said...

工作,是愛的具體化~~~~努力吧!........................................

Howard said...

I'm sure Don Young, of all people, will forgive the occasional malapropism.

凱v胡倫 said...

不錯的資訊~我會好好記下來!............................................................