April 14

 
 

Blagojevich trial evidence released, April 14, 2010, Judge James B Zagel, CoSchemers statements, EVIDENTIARY PROFFER

Blagojevich trial evidence released, April 14, 2010 Here are some exerpts from the GOVERNMENT’S EVIDENTIARY PROFFER SUPPORTING THE ADMISSIBILITY OF CO-CONSPIRATOR STATEMENTS, released by Judge James B Zagel today, Wednesday, April 14, 2010. “A. Efforts To Obtain Personal Benefits for Blagojevich and Campaign Contributions In Exchange For State Action (2002-04) 1. Influence and Actions of Christopher Kelly and Antoin Rezko Rod Blagojevich was first elected Governor of the State of Illinois in November 2002. Christopher Kelly and Antoin “Tony” Rezko played important roles in assisting Blagojevich in this campaign. KellyRead More


Blagojevich trial documents, Judge Zagel, April 14, 2010, Obama lies, Documents unsealed, Chicago Tribune SunTimes request, Blagojevich Obama Rezko Levine

Blagojevich trial documents, Judge Zagel, April 14, 2010   ***  Update below  *** Judge James Zagel is expected to make a decision to unseal Rod Blagojevich trial documents today, Wednesday, April 14, 2010. Will Obama or his administration be mentioned? Here is one of numerous Obama lies. I had no contact with the Governor or his office. Listen carefully at 3:08 into the video. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEWib5SeNv8] How often will the names of Tony Rezko, Stuart Levine and Barack Obama  be mentioned during the Blagojevich trial? *** Update 2:30 ET *** “TheRead More


Blagojevich pleads not guilty, Rod Blagojevich, April 14, 2009, Chicago US District Court, District Judge James Zagel, Robert Blagojevich pleaded not guilty, Corruption charges, Running state government as a criminal enterprise

From Chicago WGN News, April 14, 2009 “Former Gov. Rod Blagojevich pleaded not guilty this morning to 16 charges of criminal corruption including racketeering conspiracy and wire fraud. His brother, Robert, a fundraiser for his campaigns, also pleaded not guilty to similar charges. The former governor remained free on bond after the 10-minute hearing in which his lawyer Sheldon Sorosky did most of the talking for him. “Mr. Rod Blagojevich would waive reading of the indictment and enter a plea of not guilty,” the lawyer said. U.S. District Judge JamesRead More