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Part of Fox Business -- -- -- for -- talking only -- HealthSouth CEO Rick conspiracy enjoying his first full day of freedom.
After more than five years in jail now -- gonna remember that he was convicted.
A bribery corruption charges and a case involving former Alabama governor Don Siegelman we're gonna be -- -- will be the governor in a minute.
But first mercy giving shots and only us this statement -- no money.
Was ever changes in Gaza promises made to reach out is talking about -- -- -- -- the governor I know -- is innocent of the charges against them as I am innocent as well.
This whole mess opens up a lot of questions about money -- point money in politics.
As a political contribution.
Former Alabama governor Don Siegelman wants to notes because he says one former HealthSouth executive Richard -- Citi.
We gave half a million bucks to one of the governor's favorite causes there was no deal don't have no anything no pay for screws -- to play.
On the stage that -- hospital board has prosecutors had charged never -- Siegelman didn't benefit financially from the transactions.
Or that more than 100 former state attorneys general would later ask the Supreme Court -- selves.
To review the case in -- to define when political contributions can be prosecuted.
The Supreme Court didn't bother last month refusing to even hear the case.
Leading Siegelman in the weird position of going back to jail to -- serving this seven year accredited said it's.
He's been fighting for years.
All looking kind of helpless.
Kind of hopeless.
And for even outside observers over a case that remains very weird even now.
Bull the weirder when you considers who see themselves was first acquitted in 2004.
I'll hold 36 charges of fraud and making false statements and false corporate reporting it is.
Only to be -- a year later found guilty along with governor Siegelman a bribery and -- -- among other charges.
-- -- attorneys accused prosecutors of filing charges.
For his original jury -- no matter screw she would spend five long years in jail until today.
This is Lucy's first full day of freedom Siegelman is only nine days away from likely losing as.
That is when an Alabama federal judge is set to reset itself.
And all over grey -- -- the -- those who contribute money and doesn't get money went isn't good.
And when is it bad.
And that the guy presumably getting it isn't profiting from it.
-- -- guy giving it busy getting anything because it what exactly is a long -- Visit there to grow either behind bars for years no less.
All of the lawyers weigh on --