Monday, October 03, 2005

DeLay Indicted AGAIN

New Grand Jury, new charge, this time "Money Laundering" as opposed to "Conspiracy" but it's for the same crime as his first indictment:

Both indictments accuse DeLay and two political associates of conspiring to get around a state ban on corporate campaign contributions by funneling the money through the DeLay-founded Texans for a Republican Majority Political Action Committee to the Republican National Committee in Washington. The RNC then sent back like amounts to distribute to Texas candidates in 2002, the indictment alleges.

The new charge was the first action from a new Travis County grand jury, which started their term Monday...The new indictment comes hours after DeLay's attorneys filed a motion to dismiss the case.


Fox News's little bit of editorializing at the end of their report was classic. I'm paraphrasing, but it was something to the effect of:

This second indictment comes on the heels of the defense's request to dismiss the case. It could signal the prosecutor's attempt to solidify his case.

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