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Prosecutors to use interview for WPMI-TV in case against former local politician

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According to WPMI-TV, federal prosecutors had planned on using the interview that their news reporter Andrea Ramey conducted with Freeman Jockisch, a former commissioner for Mobile County, shortly after his arrest back in November (his arrest was on the 26th day of that month to be precise. The day of the calendar week upon which it occurred was Tuesday) in their case against him based on a grand jury's indictment of him on his charge of attempting to coerce or entice a person under the age of 18 after being accused to responding to advertisements on the World Wide Web site Craigslist from a policeman for the Saraland Police Department in Saraland, Alabama (north of Mobile) posing as a female person 15 years of age as part of a sting operation that resulted in his arrest.

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