As He Returns to Prison, Don Siegelman Still Seeks Justice

On September 11, 2012, in Articles, News, by John Wellington Ennis

In a labyrinthine epic that would make Kafka blush, Don Siegleman has spent the past 13 years ensnared in a legal battle that has seen trumped-up corruption charges, unapologetic partisan prosecutions, and his governorship stolen out from under him in the middle of the night.

U.S. Rep. Jean Schmidt’s Contenders

On April 30, 2010, in Articles, Films in Production, by John Wellington Ennis

Ohio has long been romanticized as a microcosm of America and a bellwether for national politics. Yet primary elections are a pivotal point in our democratic process, and it often goes ignored by the media and the public, even on the local level.