Obama indictment, Will Obama be arrested?, Patrick Fitzgerald, December 19, 2008, Rod Blagojevich, Byron York article, National Review, Blagojevich investigation, Could the Blago Scandal Ensnare Team Obama? You Betcha
Why Barack Obama should be indicted
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.
The last article in this series, Part 9, used the same criteria
that the Chicago Tribune used to incriminate Blagojevich, to
incriminate Obama. Rod Blagojevich has been arrested. There is
no reason to not indict Barack Obama. If you have been reading
the articles on the Citizen Wells blog about Obama’s ties to
corruption in Chicago and IL, then you know that there is much
evidence for Patrick Fitzgerald to go over.
Obama’s ties to Blagojevich, Rezko and many other corruption
figures is starting to surface more with the Blagojevich scandal
being constantly in the news. Now the National Review has an
article dated December 17, 2008 that raises the possibility that
the Blagojevich investigation may implicate Obama and/or his staff.
“December 17, 2008 12:00 AM
Could the Blago Scandal Ensnare Team Obama? You Betcha.
If you don’t think it can, you don’t know prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald.
By Byron York
Will the Blagojevich scandal damage the incoming Obama administration? Given Rod Blagojevich’s profane railings against Barack Obama, revealed on federal wiretaps, few observers believe — although none know for sure — that the Obama camp engaged in any pay-for-play dealings with the governor, and therefore few see any legal problems for Team Obama resulting from the criminal investigation.
But that’s not the only way the incoming administration might be caught up in the Blagojevich affair. The probe is being conducted, after all, by U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald, the man who prosecuted one of the most intensely investigated and politically charged perjury-and-false-statements cases in Washington history. In that case, the Plame affair, no one was charged with any underlying crime, yet several Bush administration officials went through repeated sessions before a grand jury, plus interviews with investigators, with their statements subjected to extraordinarily close scrutiny. You don’t think the Blagojevich matter could cause trouble for Obama? Then you haven’t looked closely enough at the Plame affair.”
“But we do know that something big is going on. “There is a lot of investigation that still needs to be done,” Rob Grant, who is the special agent in charge of the FBI office in Chicago, told reporters at the news conference announcing the Blagojevich charges last week. “There are critical interviews that we have to do and cooperation we need to get from different people.” At the same press conference, Fitzgerald himself added, “We have a tremendous amount of information gained from the wiretap and bugs that occurred over the last month and a half or so….One of the things we want to do with this investigation is to track out the different schemes and conspiracies to find out which ones were carried out or not and who might be involved in that or not. And that’s something we haven’t done yet. Now that we’ve gone overt, we’ll be interviewing people and figuring that out.””
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