Daniel Frawley Tony Rezko sentencing, November 21 and November 22, 2011, Companion Security partners, Obama investigation witnesses, Fall guys or deals, Where is House Judiciary Committee?
“Why wasn’t Rod Blagojevich, Governor of IL, prosecuted before Tony Rezko, a businessman?”…Citizen Wells
“I’m assuming the information is about the payments made by Rezko to Obama, so we know we’re talking about the right conversation, right?” …Attorney Daniel Konicek, Frawley Deposition
“I just think it’s very, very disturbing that we have these pay-to-play allegations going on for years.”…Patrick Fitzgerald
Next week Daniel Frawley and Tony Rezko are scheduled to be sentenced. Frawley on Monday, November 21 and Rezko on Tuesday, November 22. Both have information about Obama shady dealings. Both were partners. Both should be witnesses in an Obama investigation.
Next week we will learn if Tony Rezko is the fall guy in Operation Board Games. Set up to protect Obama. Why wasn’t Rod Blagojevich prosecuted first? Why wasn’t Tony Rezko sentenced earlier? Rezko was never called as a witness.
We have a corrupt US Justice Department, with a corrupt prosecutor, Patrick Fitzgerald, headed by a corrupt Attorney General, Eric Holder, headed by a corrupt occupant of the White House, Barack Obama.
We have little if any checks and balances left.
Where is the House Judiciary Committee?
From the House Judiciary Committee website.
About the Judiciary Committee
The jurisdiction of the The House Committee on the Judiciary as follows:
1.The judiciary and judicial proceedings, civil and criminal.
2.Administrative practice and procedure.
3.Apportionment of Representatives.
4.Bankruptcy, mutiny, espionage, and counterfeiting.
7.Criminal law enforcement.
8.Federal courts and judges, and local courts in the Territories and possessions.
9.Immigration policy and non-border enforcement.
10.Interstate compacts generally.
11.Claims against the United States.
12.Members of Congress, attendance of members, Delegates, and the Resident Commissioner; and their acceptance of incompatible offices.
14.Patents, the Patent and Trademark Office, copyrights, and trademarks.
16.Protection of trade and commerce against unlawful restraints and monopolies.
17.Revision and codification of the Statutes of the United States.
18.State and territorial boundary lines.
19.Subversive activities affecting the internal security of the United States.
Hon. Smith Chairman (R) Texas, 21st
Hon. Sensenbrenner Jr. (R) Wisconsin, 5th
Hon. Coble (R) North Carolina, 6th
Hon. Gallegly (R) California, 24th
Hon. Goodlatte (R) Virginia, 6th
Hon. Lungren (R) California, 3rd
Hon. Chabot (R) Ohio, 1st
Hon. Issa (R) California, 49th
Hon. Pence (R) Indiana, 6th
Hon. Forbes (R) Virginia, 4th
Hon. King (R) Iowa, 5th
Hon. Franks (R) Arizona, 2nd
Hon. Gohmert (R) Texas, 1st
Hon. Jordan (R) Ohio, 4th
Hon. Poe (R) Texas, 2nd
Hon. Chaffetz (R) Utah, 3rd
Hon. Griffin (R) Arkansas, 2nd
Hon. Marino (R) Pennsylvania, 10th
Hon. Gowdy (R) South Carolina, 4th
Hon. Ross (R) Florida, 12th
Hon. Adams (R) Florida, 24th
Hon. Quayle (R) Arizona, 3rd
Hon. Amodei (R) Nevada, 2nd
Hon. Conyers Jr. Ranking Member (D) Michigan, 14th
Hon. Berman (D) California, 28th
Hon. Nadler (D) New York, 8th
Hon. Scott (D) Virginia, 3rd
Hon. Watt (D) North Carolina, 12th
Hon. Lofgren (D) California, 16th
Hon. Jackson Lee (D) Texas, 18th
Hon. Waters (D) California, 35th
Hon. Cohen (D) Tennessee, 9th
Hon. Johnson (D) Georgia, 4th
Hon. Pierluisi (D) Puerto Rico, Resident Commissioner
Hon. Quigley (D) Illinois, 5th
Hon. Chu (D) California, 32nd
Hon. Deutch (D) Florida, 19th
Hon. Sánchez (D) California, 39th