Tom DeLay acquitted

Misuse of Prosecutorial Powers, Again

Jeffrey Scott Shapiro, Washington Times

Reversals in the cases of Tom DeLay and five New Orleans police officers are part of a troubling pattern reminiscent of the Soviet criminal justice system where the state is always right, even when it is wrong.

The Legal Assassination of Tom DeLay and Criminal Justice Reform

The decision of the Texas court overturning the verdict and entering a full acquittal in Tom DeLay’s money laundering case is not only a personal vindication for DeLay, it is a clarion call for criminal justice reform and structural changes in the criminal justice system to prevent prosecutorial abuse. 
By Richard A. Viguerie

Tom DeLay Vindicated?

Ed Morrissey, Hot Air

A Texas appeals court has not only overturned the money laundering conviction of former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, but has also ordered an acquittal.