Gordon Howie contends that the felony charges against Annette Bosworth should be dismissed because everybody does it. Cory Heidelberger, who led the effort to show that Bosworth was not in the country when she claims she witnessed petitions being signed, takes issue with the Howie's claim.
I grew tired long ago of the Bosworth circus. This political soap opera should have gone away before election day. In most normal situations, there would have been a plea deal. The lack of plea bargain prompts a few questions.
First, why hasn't a deal happened?
Second, has the prosecution offered a deal that Bosworth refused because the refusal helps her cause as a political martyr?
Third, did Bosworth offer to plea but prosecution rejected the deal for personal or political reasons?
Fourth, is it too much to hope for that a plea deal can be reached so that this political circus can finally end?