Is Robinson Indictment the Beginning of “Alabama’s Watergate?”

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Former state Rep. Oliver Robinson pleaded guilty last week to federal charges of conspiracy, bribery, tax evasion and wire fraud. But questions remain as to whether Robinson will be the only person indicted in this scheme. Does this situation go beyond Robinson’s involvement? And if so, how far does it go? Alabama Media Group columnist John Archibald has a few thoughts on the situation.

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