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Patrick Fitzgerald special prosecutor, Write President Bush, Dr. Orly Taitz request, Chicago corruption, Chicago mob, drorly.blogspot.com, Saturday, January 3, 2009, Write to Pres Bush appoint Patrick Fitzgerald a special prosecutor

I spoke to Dr. Orly Taitz for some time this morning. She is an attorney,
a concerned American and the driving force behind several lawsuits in the US
Supreme Court and California Courts. Dr. Taitz came to this country from
Russia and she cares deeply about the US. She and I have both contacted
Patrick Fitzgerald’s office regarding Obama’s ties to corruption in
Chicago. Dr. Taitz is urging all to write President Bush to make Patrick
Fitzgerald a special prosecutor. Here is her request:

“Saturday, January 3, 2009
Write to Pres Bush: “Appoint Patrick Fitzgerald a Special Prosecutor”
As of now the only person that is actively investigating New Chicago Mafia
is Patrick Fitzgerald. Keep in mind, God works in mysterious ways. Elliott
Ness didn’t get Capone and old Chicago Mafia on murder, he got them on tax

Unless things change, as of now, Fitzgerald is hard at work cleaning up new
Chicago mob and corruption. Obama might be forced to resign or will be
removed before his Natural Born status is adjudicated in courts. There is
more and more evidence coming and being evaluated on the issue of public
corruption, financial dealings, tax evasion. The investigation might last
past the 20th. Just to be on the safe side, please write to Pres. Bush,
asking him to appoint Patrick Fitzgerald a special prosecutor. That will
asure us that BO will not fire him come 20th. Of course the best assurance
is indictment before the 20th. Let’s work hard.


Contact Information

The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
Phone Numbers:

Comments: 202-456-1111
Switchboard: 202-456-1414
FAX: 202-456-2461


Senate Judiciary Committee:

Chairman Patrick Leahy (D), contact information (senator_leahy@leahy.senate.gov)
Ranking Member Arlen Spector (R), contact information

House Judiciary Committee:

Chairman John Conyers (D), contact information
Ranking Member Lamar Smith (R), contact information
Remember that House and Senate members are more likely to pay attention to contacts from constituents.”

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