The sentencing of Cowdery has put Alaskan corruption in the spotlight again. This Sunday, C-SPAN will air an hour-long interview with an Alaskan blogger who closely followed the Ted Stevens trial last November. Cliff Groh is an Anchorage attorney in private practice. As part of the research for an upcoming book on Alaskan political corruption tentatively called “The Slippery Slope,” Groh attended the entire five weeks of the Stevens trial in Washington DC.
Robert Woolsey, KCAW – Sitka