Larry Craig responds to foot-tapping appeal ruling
Sen. Larry Craig, (R-Idaho) responded today on the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruling to reject his appeal on the foot-tapping guilty plea for the incident last year in a Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport bathroom.
Here is his statement:
"I am extremely disappointed by the action of the Minnesota Court of Appeals. I disagree with their conclusion and remain steadfast in my belief that nothing criminal or improper occurred at the Minneapolis airport. I maintain my innocence, and currently my attorneys and I are reviewing the decision and looking into the possibility of appealing. I would like to thank all of those who have continued to support me and my family throughout this difficult time."
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