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Thomas Fuller, British historian
“They’ve lost trust in democratic process,” said Clark. “That’s the sad part; that’s the legacy #Rowland is leaving. pic.twitter.com/vohyqCj9l5
Corrupt pols alienate our young adults, says Mike Clark, ex @FBI boss who twice helped expose #Rowland's misdeeds.. pic.twitter.com/JyFpvTq9h6
"Justice has been done," said Mike Clark, ex@FBI agent who played vital role in #Rowland's 2004 and 2014 convictions. pic.twitter.com/0mqWUGcBEz
#Rowland, CT's thrice-elected former governor, is now a twice-convicted former governor, too. nyti.ms/1r7LlA1 pic.twitter.com/6DLxnNVaYv
Rowland tells Foleys, "I know crisis mngt.This is where experience will save the day." (Gov Exh 3) #TheRowlandFiles pic.twitter.com/pYEby4AxSf
Weingarten's parting shot: #Rowland defense is "very much looking forward to litigating case'' Declined to ID issues might B ripe 4 appeal.
Weingarten: defense team always believed that the feds made far too much of "an all-too political dust-up" in pursuing #Rowland as they did.
A somber-looking Reid Weingarten, the lawyer whom #Rowland most wanted representing him on his case, said "We're extremely disappointed."
Legal system, said Gustafson, depends on transparency so "what voters see is what they get. The defendant today didn't want that to happen."
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