Monday, June 27th, 2011
Obama under the bus? Democrat Party or Rezko Or Cellini, Too late for Blagojevich? “Why has the mainstream media avoided coverage of the William Cellini trial? Why are Chicago news stories being scrubbed or altered?”…Citizen Wells “Why was Obama in constant contact with Tony Rezko in 2004 when Rezko was conspiring with William Cellini to use TRS, Teacher Retirement Fund, assets for political gain and personal enrichment?”…Citizen Wells “I believe I’m more pristine on Rezko than him.”…Rod Blagojevich Blagojevich has been convicted of 17 of 20 counts. An appeal is certain.Read More
Blagojevich convicted on 17 counts, June 27, 2011, Appeal and William Cellini trial next Rod Blagojevich has been convicted on 17 of 20 counts. Counts 1,2 and 4 were dropped earlier this year. An appeal is expected. The William Cellini trial is scheduled for August 2011.
Blagojevich verdict reached on 18 of 20 counts, Blagojevich jury in courtroom this afternoon, June 27, 2011
Blagojevich verdict reached on 18 of 20 counts, Blagojevich jury in courtroom this afternoon, June 27, 2011 The Blagojevich trial jury has reached a verdict on 18 of 20 counts. The verdict will be read in the courtroom this afternoon. Counts 1,2 and 4 were dropped earlier this year. United States v. Rod R. Blagojevich, 08 CR 888 (N.D. IL) Amended fact sheet / Second superseding indictment April 2011 trial Charges: Counts Wire fraud 3, 5-13 Attempted extortion 14, 15, 19, 22 Bribery 16, 20 Extortion conspiracy 17,Read More
FBI Obama records, Operation board games, Middle eastern ties, Questionable associations The FBI knows plenty about Obama’s corruption ties in Chicago and Illinois from Operation Board Games, the investigation that netted Stuart Levine, Tony Rezko, Rod Blagojevich, William Cellini, et al. With the extensive list of dubious ties to the middle east, socialists, communists and radical bombers that Obama has, his FBI dossier, if not destroyed, must be enormous. I am still certain that the recent Washington Post article on the FBI investigation involving Patrick Fitzgerald is a political ploy.Read More