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FEBRUARY 11 2008
1. Giuliani's and Mukasey's business partnership
2. Alice Martin in the Cross Hairs
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Giuliani's and Mukasey's business partnership
Wayne Madsen Report

Although Attorney General Michael Mukasey made it clear that he
would recuse himself from matters concerning his close friend
Rudolph Giuliani, Mukasey's failure to appoint a special counsel to
look into the Republican Party's political prosecution, and, in fact,
persecution of former Alabama Democratic Governor Don Siegelman
by Republican Alabama Governor Bob Riley and federal judge Mark
Fuller could not only financially benefit Giuliani but also Mukasey's
son Marc, a partner with Giuliani's law firm Bracewell Giuliani.

Mukasey has refused to appoint a special counsel to investigate the
activities of Governor Riley and US Judge Mark Fuller in the political
prosecution of Siegelman. According to informed sources, Giuliani
Partners, the consulting firm of Giuliani, stands to reap a huge
fmancial windfall from one of Riley's pet projects, the Patriot Highway,
a $1 billion toll road around Huntsville, Alabama. Riley has stated that
the project will be financed by "private investment partners."

Giuliani is no stranger to the toll road privatization business. Giuliani
Partners brokered a deal between Texas Transportation Commission
and Cintra, a Spanish frrm owned by Grupo Ferrovial, to construct
portions ofthe TransTexas Corridor, dubbed the "NAFTA
Superhighway," that will connect Mexico to Canada via Texas. Public
highways including Interstate 35 and State Highway 121.

....It is apparent why Mukasey has not and will not investigate the
Siegelman case. Anything that could result in a major investigation of
Riley and his colleagues could sink the Patriot
Highway deal, and that would cost his friend Giuliani and his son
Marc dearly.

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Martin in the Cross Hairs
Roger Schuler of Legal Schnauzer

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Of particular importance, Alexandrovna says, is the finding by U.S.
District Judge U.W. Clemon that the White prosecution might have
been influenced by "impermissible considerations."

What does this mean? Alexandrovna has some strong thoughts on
the subject. "Can you hear people wetting their pants," she writes.
"There is more that CBS has, and before (the story) runs, I would
suggest Ms. Martin get herself a very good attorney."

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photo: Al gov

Bush appointed US Attorney  who
was referred to in a sworn
statement as one of Bill Canary's
"girls" who would "take care" of
Siegelman.

She was politicallly mentored by
Hickman Ewing, known as
Kenneth Starr's dark side.