Describing himself as “merely a thankful beggar,” Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams sought hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes from deep-pocketed donors seeking his help with their legal woes, said federal authorities, unveiling a 23-count indictment charging the two-term Democrat in a sprawling corruption case. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that investigators accused the cash-strapped prosecutor of repeatedly selling his . . .
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