Where does the corruption end?
Attorney General Alan Wilson attempted to shut down David Pascoe’s corruption investigation, only to be overruled by the Supreme Court. Now we learn that the father of one of the people eventually indicted in the corruption case, Rep. Rick Quinn, had been consulted by the attorney general “for tone and grammar” in a letter he wrote to maintain control of the inquiry.
Really? The attorney general needs help from a political consultant in drafting a letter? And he sought that from the father of someone who was named in the SLED report, and who is now also under investigation? Time to drain the swamp in our state government.
Gere B. Fulton