Monday, December 22nd, 2008
Obama indictment, Obama must be arrested, Patrick Fitzgerald, Blagojevich arrest, Raghuveer P. Nayak seeks immunity, December 22, 2008, Obama Rezko Levine Weinstein Blagojevich,Nayak, Pay to play, Chicago corruption, US Dept of Justice, IL corruption, Will Nayak talk?
Why Barack Obama should be indicted Part 12 One or more of the following events should happen: Obama steps down. Obama is forced to prove eligibility. Obama is indicted and/or arrested. If one of the above does not occur within a few months, perhaps we should look to the Declaration of Independence or Thomas Jefferson, for our next strategy. Raghuveer P. Nayak, the unnamed “Individual D” referred to in the Rod Blagojevich criminal complaint, is seeking immunity. This is making news because of the Blagojecvich arrest and potential ties theRead More
Secret Tapes Helped Build Graft Cases In Illinois, Washington Post, December 22, 2008, Pamela Meyer Davis, IL Health Planning Facilities Board, Stuart Levine, Blagojevich, Rezko, Barack Obama IL senate, Board rigged, 9 members, Obama corruption
The Washington Post has an article today, Monday, December 22, 2008, that reveals how tapes provided by Pamela Meyer Davis, helped Patrick Fitzgerald and federal prosecutors begin their shakedown of corruption in Chicago and IL that has led to the arrest of Rod Blagojevich. “Secret Tapes Helped Build Graft Cases In Illinois Hospital CEO Reported Shakedown, Wore Wire” “By Carrie Johnson and Kimberly Kindy Washington Post Staff Writers Monday, December 22, 2008″ “CHICAGO — The wide-ranging public corruption probe that led to the arrest of Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich gotRead More
Nayak seeks immunity, Blagojevich arrest, Patrick Fitzgerald investigation, December 22, 2008, Raghuveer P. Nayak, Oak Brook businessman, Medical businesses, Political fundraiser, Individual D,Wiretaps, U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson, Obama’s senate seat, Obama ties, Chicago Tribune
The Chicago Tribune has an article today, Monday, December 22, 2008, that reveals that Raghuveer P. Nayak, the unnamed “Individual D” referred to in the Rod Blagojevich criminal complaint, is seeking immunity. “Fundraiser seeks immunity in Blagojevich probe Blagojevich allegedly pressured ‘Individual D’ for cash to pick Jackson By David Kidwell and John Chase | Tribune reporters December 22, 2008” “A key figure in Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s alleged scheme to sell a U.S. Senate seat has sought immunity from federal authorities in return for his cooperation in their ongoingRead More