Eddie Curran

Investigative reporter for the Mobile Press-Register

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Investigative Reporter for the Mobile Press-Register whose stories led to the investigation and prosecution of former Alabama governor Don Siegelman; author of a forthcoming book about the Siegelman Administration

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Two months ago, Alabama's former Democratic Governor  Don Siegelman  was sentenced to seven years for  bribery and obstruction of justice .

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Two months ago, Alabama's former Democratic Governor Don Siegelman was sentenced to seven years for bribery and obstruction of justice .

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