Christopher Kelly Andrew Breitbart deaths more suspicious, Donald Young Bill Gwatney murders, Obama camp death threats
“Why was Christopher Kelly transported past 2 trauma facilities on the way to Stroger Hospital?”…Thomas R. Bennett
“Why did Donald Young, Bill Gwatney, Christopher Kelly, Andrew Breitbart and others with information about Obama all die under mysterious circumstances?”…Citizen Wells
With the recent mysterious death of Andrew Breitbart, on the very day that he was supposed to go public with damning info on Barack Obama, and sentencing of Obama corruption buddies, I am reminded again of the mysterious death of former Blagojevich aide Christopher Kelly. Confirmed murders of individuals with information about Obama include Donald Young, the gay choirmaster at TUCC, Obama’s church, and DNC official Bill Gwatney, who Hollywood Producer Bettina Viviano states was murdered as a warning to Bill Clinton to keep his mouth shut.
One of the death threats I received in 2008 was reported to the FBI.
Here are just a few of the connections between Christopher Kelly and Barack Obama.
Obama was chairman of the Senate Health & Human Services Committee in January 2003.
IL senate records from January 2003 to August 2003 reveal Obama as chairman of that committee, played a major role in pushing through Senate Bill 1332, that led to the “Illinois Health Facilities Planning Act.”
The act reduced the number of members on the Board from 15 to 9, making the votes much easier to rig.
The bill was filed on February 20, 2003.
Less than a month later, Chairman Obama sent word that the bill should be passed on March 13, 2003.
On May 31, 2003 the House and Senate passed the bill.
Blagojevich made the effective date June 27, 2003.
From Capitol Fax May 1, 2008.
“On the stand is FBI Agent Charles Willenborg, who is testifying about spreadsheets he developed tracing Rezko’s phone calls.
The charts show the frequency and length of calls between Rezko and some key players in the trial — William Cellini, Stuart Levine, Chris Kelly, among others.”
From Rezko trial exhibits covering March – May 2004.
FBI chart presented to the jury on April 28, 2008, shows 257 calls from Rezko’s phones to Blagojevich’s chief of staff, Lon Monk, between March 2004 and May 2004 alone.
From Rezko trial March 10, 2008.
“Ziegelmueller asked Hayden about a 2003 e-mail exchange with Lichtenstein, then the governor’s top lawyer, in which Wilhelm made recommendations for the Illinois Health Facilities Planning Board.
The name of Barack Obama, the Democratic front-runner for the presidential nomination, also appears in the e-mail as a member of a strategic team reviewing hospital board matters with the governor’s staff when he was a state senator. The hospital board was scheduled to be revamped in the summer of 2003.
Obama was then chairman of the Senate Committee on Health & Human Services. Other legislative leaders, including Madigan, were part of that review panel as well, according to the e-mail.”
From the Chicago SunTimes February 10, 2008.
“In the media, Obama always made it sound like he rarely saw Rezko, saying they met for breakfast or lunch once or twice a year. However, the FBI mole John Thomas helped investigators “build a record of repeat visits to the old offices of Rezko and former business partner Daniel Mahru’s Rezmar Corp., at 853 N. Elston, by Blagojevich and Obama during 2004 and 2005,“
From the Chicago SunTimes February 10, 2008.
“Thomas is an FBI mole and he “recently told us that he saw you coming and going from Rezko’s office a lot.”
“And three other sources told us that you and Rezko spoke on the phone daily.””
From the Rod Blagojevich criminal complaint.
“Blagojevich, Rezko, Kelly, and Monk had conversations, individually and collectively, about how the four of them could make money from their control over the State of Illinois government.
In those conversations, Blagojevich, Rezko, Kelly, and Monk discussed a number of specific ideas for making money, such as through operating businesses that would get state money in different ways or receiving fees from people who did business with the state. Blagojevich, Rezko, Kelly, and
Monk did not expect to have to invest significant money in any of these deals; instead, they were simply looking to collect money from the deals in the form of a finder’s fee or from revenue that might be generated from the deals. As a general matter, Rezko was the one who was trying to set up the money-making arrangements and Kelly and Rezko were the most knowledgeable about how
the plans would work. Blagojevich and Monk would then use their power and authority in state government as needed to assist whatever plans Rezko and Kelly put in place.
The conversations about making money from state action began before Blagojevich actually won the election in 2002. Kelly brought up the idea to Monk in 2002, when it seemed pretty certain that Blagojevich would win. In that conversation, Monk understood Kelly to suggest that Kelly, Monk, Blagojevich, and others could benefit if Blagojevich won the election. Kelly said that there
was money to be made from Blagojevich being Governor and that the Republicans had been doing the same for a long time.
There were occasions after Blagojevich became Governor that Blagojevich, Kelly, Monk, and Rezko all met to discuss their efforts to make money from state action. For example, the four men met in a conference room at the offices of one of Rezko’s businesses in about mid to late 2003.
During the meeting, Rezko led the discussion, standing at an easel or chalkboard and listed at least three or four different ideas or plans to make money being developed by Rezko that involved some kind of state action. At times, Kelly got up during the meeting and clarified or added to things that Rezko was saying. Blagojevich mostly listened during the meeting, but was engaged. As Rezko
talked, he indicated how much money Blagojevich, Kelly, Rezko, and Monk could hope to make from the different ideas. The amounts that were associated with the different ideas were typically in the hundreds of thousands of dollars per deal, which would be evenly split four ways.”
“At some point between mid-2003 and early 2004, Kelly talked to Monk about how the Republicans had used state action to make money. In that conversation, Kelly referenced one of the boards on which Levine served – either TRS or the Illinois Health Facilities Planning Board. Kelly told Monk that Levine was a smart guy and knew how to get things done, which Monk understood to mean that Levine knew how to get the board to do certain things that would help Levine make money. From what Kelly said, Monk understood that Kelly had recently been talking with Levine and may have just left a meeting with Rezko and Levine.”
Christopher Kelly’s mysterious death.
From Citizen Wells November 4, 2011.
From Nuclear Chicago.
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Thomas Bennett sent the link to the following video to me yesterday. Mr. Bennett addresses the bigger picture of Chicago, not just the Blagojevich trial, including former mayor Daley. He also provides some additional insight into the death and treatment of Christopher kelly and the mysterious deaths of others tied to Rezko and Obama.
From Chicago Breaking News September 13, 2009.
“Flores-Buhelos initially told police that Friday night she received
text messages from Kelly — who was married but estranged from his
wife — saying that he had tried to kill himself, Welch said.
She then arrived from Chicago at the Forest Lumber Co. parking lot –
near a storage yard owned by Kelly’s company — and found Kelly inside
his car, covered in vomit. She pushed him into the passenger seat,
Welch said, and apparently drove to Oak Forest Hospital.
What happened there, and the kind of medical care Kelly received after
arriving, are among the remaining mysteries behind his death.
After initially seeming incoherent, Kelly apparently became lucid
enough to speak to police and was, at one point early Saturday
Later that morning, his condition apparently deteriorated enough for
hospital officials to send Kelly to Stroger Hospital in Chicago, about
25 miles away from Oak Forest.
Cook County health officials said Oak Forest Hospital doctors thought
it made more sense for him to be treated at Stroger, which, unlike
their hospital, has a trauma center.
When asked why Kelly wasn’t transferred to a closer hospital, Cook
County Health and Hospitals System spokesman Lucio Guerrero said it’s
“standard procedure” to transfer patients from one county health
facility to Stroger when trauma care is needed after they have been
“The treatment or treatments necessary could be better facilitated at
Stroger,” wrote Marcel Bright, Stroger Hospital spokesman, in an
e-mail. “He was stabilized before being transported.”
Kelly was pronounced dead inside Stroger at 10:46 a.m. Saturday, officials said.”
“He was stabilized before being transported.”