Obama, Wright, Chicago Police Affadavit, Larry Sinclair, allegations, Donald Young murder
Larry Sinclair has posted a new blog entry about his Chicago Police affadavit regarding the murder of Donald Young. Sinclair comfirms that a Chicago Police detective wants to speak to him about the death of Donald Young, the gay former choir director at Obama’s church. Sinclair mentions that Obama and Jeremiah Wright may have trouble sleeping. Why does Sinclair mention that Wright may have trouble sleeping? I am following up on this and hope to get a clarification soon. Here is an exerpt from Larry Sinclair’s blog:
” Chicago PD Request: Is Obama & Rev. Wright Having Trouble Sleeping?
Posted on Thursday, April 24, 2008.
As reported yesterday the Chicago Police did leave a message on my answering machine and did later make contact with my Attorney Montgomery Sibley, in regards to the affidavit I provided the Chicago Police Department on April 1, 2008.
I can now confirm that the Detective (I will not identify for obvious reasons), is from the Chicago Police Department’s Homicide Division, Division 2. I can further confirm that the Detective did state the Department would like to speak with me concerning the information in the affidavit in regards to the murder of Donald Young.
The date time and place of this meeting is still to be determined.
I would think that this (if the Chicago Police are truly seeking the truth into Mr. Young’s death, and not being used by the Obama/Axelrod machine), would be causing these two gentlemen some difficulty sleeping right now.”
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