Sunday, April 1, 2007

The Nobel Prize . . .

Michael Sneed

The Nobel Prize . . .

April 1, 2007
Sneed hears the Nobel Prize nomination of former Gov. George Ryan for his opposition to the death penalty has been accepted by the Nobel committee -- which has narrowed its list of thousands of nominees to 181.

It is the fifth time Ryan, who is still awaiting the outcome of his appeal for a mistrial, has been nominated by University of Illinois law Professor Francis Boyle.

Word is fedejral indictments against two top Illinois political players are this/close to hitting the headlines.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ummm ... did anyone think maybe Ryan commuted the death sentences for the purpose of distracti from the corruption charges that were even then starting to surface?