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 trial documents, April 13, 2010, Documents unsealed, Judge James Zagel, Obama reference?, Rezko Levine Obama connection
Blagojevich trial documents, April 13, 2010, Documents unsealed When Rod Blagojevich Trial documents are unsealed before or during the trial, will we find more references to Obama and his administration and past connections? Here are just two of the many connections that link Obama to Blagojevich, his cronies and Chicago, IL corruption. Reported on Citizen Wells, December 11, 2008. (Note the highlighted areas) Obama’s role in rigging the Health Planning Facilities Board Evelyn Pringle, Obama Curtain Time 2 “Obama was chairman of the Senate Health & Human Services Committee inRead More
Blagojevich trial, Monday, April 12, 2010, Documents unsealed, Judge James Zagel, Chicago Tribune SunTimes request, What has been kept hidden?
Blagojevich trial, Monday, April 12, 2010, Documents unsealed Today, Monday, April 12, 2010, sealed documents in the Rod Blagojevich trial will be made public except for portions that defense attorneys successfully plea to keep hidden. From The Chicago SunTimes. “Blagojevich judge to unseal key document in case” “U.S. District Judge James Zagel said today he will make public a key document in the Rod Blagojevich case after major news outlets, including the Chicago Sun-Times, objected to its secret filing. The Santiago Proffer, a prosecution filing that acts as a roadRead More