Signed, Unsealed, Almost Delivered
The parade's begun, reports The Dallas Morning News, which is on Indictment Watch at the Earle Cabell Federal Building and Courthouse. Unfair Park has its own team on the way -- by which we mean Glenna Whitley -- but till then, Dallas' Only Daily No Longer Formally Affiliated With a TV Station counts ex-Mayor Pro Tem Don Hill and State Rep. Terri Hodge among those to have RSVP'd for U.S. Attorney Richard Roper's VIP-only shindig.
The public reception begins at 11 a.m., when Roper holds a press conference unsealing the indictments the federal grand jury handed down last week in the corruption case that's been occupying City Hall monitors these last two-plus years. Glenna will begin filing later this morning and early this afternoon; till then, then. --Robert Wilonsky
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