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Kilpatrick didn’t put Detroit in its current financial mess, but his self-dealing took precedence over what was best for the city.
After closing arguments in Kwame Kilpatrick’s Public Corruption Trial, I posted an entry asking that everyone remain patient and allow the jurors to deliberate.
Kilpatrick left office in 2008. Since then, the city has failed to do anything to right its sinking ship.
One name that was not mentioned to replace Levin – former Senate hopeful, Detroit mayor, now convicted felon, Kwame Kilpatrick.
Friday, February 15, 2013, 11:20 AM: The jury that will decide the fate of ex-Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, father Bernard Kilpatrick, and Bobby Ferguson were given their marching orders by Federal Judge Nancy Edmonds. The twelve member jury will officially begin deliberations on Tuesday, February 19, 2013 after the President’s Day holiday. What a task they … Continue Reading →
The people of Michigan are losing in every way. Nothing is getting better for the state. There is no tunnel, so how can there be a light at the end of the tunnel? The state loses people and jobs daily. The education of the young and poor is just not happening. The state dropped three … Continue Reading →