Blagojevich indictment

 
 

Rod Blagojevich impeachment trial, January 27, 2009, IL Governor impeachment, Obama ties, IL Health Planning Facilities Board, Bid rigging, Obama senate seat, Rezko, Levine, Weinstein, Criminal complaint, Blagojevich indictment, Patrick Fitzgerald

The impeachment trial of Governor Rod Blagojevich of Illinois began on Monday, January 26, 2009. Governor Blagojevich was not present at the trial Monday, instead he continued his road show antics of pleading innocence and being the victim of a witch hunt. Anyone that followed the Tony Rezko trial, read the indictments of Rezko, Stuart Levine, Dr. Robert Weinstein and a host of others and compared those revelations to the details of the Blagojevich criminal complaint knows of Rod Blagojevich’s deep involvement in Chicago pay to play politics. It isRead More


Obama indictment, Blagojevich indictment, Tony Rezko sentencing, Chicago Tribune, October 7, 2008, Prosecutors file motion, Delay sentencing indefinitely, Obama Chicago corruption

The Chicago Tribune has an article today, Tuesday, October 7, 2008, that reveals that federal prosecutors are seeking an indefinite delay in the sentencing of convicted criminal Tony Rezko. Rezko is a long time close associate of Obama. Here are some exerpts from the article: “Tony Rezko sentencing delay sought Prosecutors’ motion says 2 sides are talking By Jeff Coen | Chicago Tribune reporter October 7, 2008 In the first official sign that Antoin “Tony” Rezko and his lawyers are talking with federal prosecutors about his cooperation in corruption probes,Read More