The other prosecutorial shoe has finally dropped on Robert McDonnell, Virginia’s just-retired Republican governor. Last week a federal grand jury indicted the former governor and his wife, Maureen, for conspiring to defraud Virginia’s citizens of McDonnell’s “honest services” and to obtain property “under color of official right” — that is, to procure bribes through extortion. He was also charged with making false statements and obstructing an official investigation.