Tuesday, February 7, 2006

Governor Ryan's Trial

While the Enron trial has been moving quickly, in the north, Governor Ryan's case is moving slowly. The latest, as reported by the Chicago Tribune here is the admission of a log that displays a long list of gifts received by Ryan.    So it looks like he received some beanie babies as gifts.  Were they Maple, or Izzy, or what?  Which beanie babies could make a difference.  Then again, will the defense be arguing that getting things like beanie babies and teashirts really are just a perk of the job? For prior posts on the Ryan trial, see here, here, here, here, and here.

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