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Alonzo Monk, Guilty plea background, Obama, Blagojevich, Rezko, Levine, Kelly, Harris, Cellini, Indictment, Rezko trial transcripts, Chicago IL corruption, Crime, Board rigging, Evelyn Pringle articles

Lest we forget about crime and corruption in Chicago

and the involvement by

Rod Blagojevich

Tony Rezko

Stuart Levine

Christopher Kelly

William Cellini

John Harris

Alonzo Monk

et al

and Obama’s ties to these corruption figures

 

Alonzo Monk Guilty Plea

Part II

 

In part I of this two part series on Alonzo Monk’s guilty plea, the Citizen Wells blog presented background on Monk’s involvement in corruption and how it impacted health care in Chicago and Illinois.

October 26, 2009
“It was further part of the conspiracy that defendants ROD BLAGOJEVICH and KELLY, along with Monk, Cellini, Robert Blagojevich, Harris, Rezko, and Levine, and others, used and attempted to use the powers of the Office of the Governor and of certain state boards and commissions subject to the influence of the Office of the Governor, to take and cause governmental actions, including: appointments to boards and commissions; the awarding of state business, grants, and investment fund allocations; the enactment of legislation and executive orders; and the appointment of a United States Senator; in exchange for financial benefits for themselves and others, including campaign contributions for ROD BLAGOJEVICH, money for themselves, and employment for ROD BLAGOJEVICH and his wife.”

The article reveals:

  • Just as Obama is politicizing now, Blagojevich touted health care for all in IL.
  • The IL Health Planning Facilities Board was rigged thanks to Obama.
  • Mercy Hospital construction was rigged for kickbacks.
  • Children’s Memorial Hospital was a corruption target.
  • Michelle Obama’s hospital pay nearly tripled after Barack was elected US Senator.

Alonzo Monk, et al corrupt IL Health Care

Now for more background on Alonzo Monk’s involvement in corruption.
From the Chicago Tribune, December 23, 2007.
“For years, Rod Blagojevich has projected two distinct images that define his tenure as Illinois’ governor.

In one, he is a populist champion with an agenda of “putting people first” by pushing causes like health care for all. In the other, he is a consummate politician with cronies who offer advice while raising campaign cash and asking for favors.

Now, under the lights of a federal investigation, the distinctions are blurring, and the crony image is threatening to wash out the populist one.

Federal prosecutors for the first time have put Blagojevich inside their widespread investigation of pay-to-play in his administration. Blagojevich told one convicted federal informant, “You stick with us and you will do very well for yourself,” according to a court document prosecutors filed.”
“Nix, however, disputed that Knapp’s influence is overriding. Instead, she said Blagojevich long has used a team approach to politicking and governing. In this vein, he is a public official heavily reliant on his aides. His team has a core nucleus of Nix, chief of staff John Harris, former chief of staff Alonzo Monk, longtime political aide John Wyma, state Rep. Jay Hoffman (D-Collinsville), state Sen. James DeLeo (D-Chicago) and campaign spokesman Doug Scofield.

But Monk, Scofield and Wyma are lobbyists, and their clients have won millions in state contracts under Blagojevich’s stewardship. And Kelly, another close adviser and friend, was indicted this month on federal tax fraud charges.”
Citizen Wells Note – I found this next statement interesting
Remember, originially, Blagojevich was going to be the presidential candidate, not Obama.

“Instead of concentrating heavily on winning votes for his health care plan, Blagojevich crafted a strategy to initially sell his idea via a media blitz—a strategy that quickly fell on its face. Critics, and even some of his allies, said the fatal flaw in this plan was funding the expansion through a gross receipts tax on businesses. True to political form, Blagojevich found his enemy—corporations—and railed against them.”
Read more:

http://newsblogs.chicagotribune.com/clout_st/2007/12/gov-blagojevich.html

From the indictment of

ROD BLAGOJEVICH, CHRISTOPHER KELLY, ALONZO MONK, WILLIAM F. CELLINI, SR., JOHN HARRIS, and ROBERT BLAGOJEVICH
“Alonzo Monk was a long-time associate of defendant ROD BLAGOJEVICH, and among other things served as his general counsel while a Member of Congress, as campaign manager for his 2002 and 2006 gubernatorial campaigns, on his transition team after his election in November 2002, and as his Chief of Staff from in or about January 2003 until in or about December 2005. Beginning in or about early 2007, Monk worked as a lobbyist, doing business as AM3 Consulting, Ltd. As a lobbyist, Monk principally represented businesses with interests involving Illinois state government, including businesses in the horse racing industry. In addition, Monk served as Chairman of Friends of Blagojevich from in or about December 2006 to in or about July 2007.”
“Means and Method of the Conspiracy
6. It was part of the conspiracy that defendants ROD BLAGOJEVICH and CHRISTOPHER KELLY, as well as co-conspirators Alonzo Monk, William
F. Cellini, Sr., John Harris, Robert Blagojevich, Antoin Rezko, and Stuart Levine, and others, engaged in a scheme to deprive the people of the State of Illinois and the beneficiaries of TRS of their intangible right to the honest services of defendant ROD BLAGOJEVICH, Alonzo Monk, John Harris, and Stuart Levine, as more fully described in Count Two, paragraphs 3 through 44 of this indictment.
7.
It was further part of the conspiracy that defendants ROD BLAGOJEVICH and KELLY, along with Monk, Cellini, Robert Blagojevich, Harris, Rezko, and Levine, and others, used and attempted to use the powers of the Office of the Governor and of certain state boards and commissions subject to the influence of the Office of the Governor, to take and cause governmental actions, including: appointments to boards and commissions; the awarding of state business, grants, and investment fund allocations; the enactment of legislation and executive orders; and the appointment of a United States Senator; in exchange for financial benefits for themselves and others, including campaign contributions for ROD BLAGOJEVICH, money for themselves, and employment for ROD BLAGOJEVICH and his wife.”

“Defendants ROD BLAGOJEVICH and KELLY, along with Rezko and Monk, agreed to direct lucrative state business relating to the refinancing of billions of dollars in State of Illinois Pension Obligation Bonds to a company whose lobbyist agreed to provide hundreds of thousands of dollars to Rezko out of the fee the lobbyist would collect, and Rezko in turn agreed to split the money with ROD BLAGOJEVICH, KELLY, and Monk;”

Citizen Wells – Note Ata contributions to Obama below
“Rezko arranged for a total of $50,000 in contributions to Friends of Blagojevich from Ali Ata, a Chicago-area businessman, and in exchange for those contributions discussed with Ata, ROD BLAGOJEVICH, and Monk obtaining a high-level state appointment for Ata, whom ROD BLAGOJEVICH ultimately appointed as the executive director of the Illinois Finance Authority;”

“At times, ROD BLAGOJEVICH acted with the assistance of others, including Monk, Harris, and Robert Blagojevich. These efforts included, but were not limited to, attempts to:

a. withhold a state grant to benefit a publicly-supported school until a campaign fundraiser for ROD BLAGOJEVICH was held by a United States Congressman who supported the school, or by a relative of that United States Congressman;

b.
extort a campaign contribution from Children’s Memorial Hospital, a not-for-profit children’s hospital located in Chicago, Illinois, and its chief executive officer, in return for official action on state reimbursement for pediatric care;”

“It was part of the scheme to defraud that defendants ROD BLAGOJEVICH, MONK, HARRIS, and ROBERT BLAGOJEVICH, together with Kelly, Cellini, Rezko, Levine, and others, used and attempted to use the powers of the Office of the Governor, and of certain state boards and commissions subject to influence by the Office of the Governor, to take and cause governmental actions, including: appointments to boards and commissions; the awarding of state business, grants, and investment fund allocations; the enactment of legislation and executive orders; and the appointment of a United States Senator; in exchange for financial benefits for themselves and others, including campaign contributions for ROD BLAGOJEVICH, money for themselves, and employment for ROD BLAGOJEVICH and his wife.”

“It was further part of the scheme that to ensure that defendants ROD BLAGOJEVICH and MONK would continue to give Rezko substantial influence regarding matters such as appointments to boards and commissions, the selection of candidates for state employment, and the awarding of state contracts, grants, and investment fund allocations, Rezko gave certain benefits to ROD BLAGOJEVICH and MONK, including the following:
a.
In or about late August 2003, Rezko directed to ROD BLAGOJEVICH’s wife a payment of $14,396, purportedly in connection with a real estate transaction involving property at 850 North Ogden Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, for which transaction ROD BLAGOJEVICH’s wife had not performed any services.
b.
From in or about October 2003 to in or about May 2004, Rezko, through his real estate development company, provided ROD BLAGOJEVICH’s wife with payments of $12,000 a month, purportedly for real estate brokerage services.
c.
In or about January 2004, while Rezko’s real estate development company was paying ROD BLAGOJEVICH’s wife $12,000 a month, Rezko directed to ROD BLAGOJEVICH’s wife a payment of $40,000, purportedly for brokerage services in connection with the sale of property at 1101 West Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois, even though ROD BLAGOJEVICH’s wife had provided few, if any, services in relation to that sale.
d.
From in or about the spring of 2004 until in or about 2006, Rezko provided to MONK a number of $10,000 cash gifts to pay for various items, such as a car and home improvements, which cash gifts totaled approximately $70,000 to $90,000.”

Read more:

http://www.justice.gov/usao/iln/pr/chicago/2009/pr0402_01a.pdf

From the Tony Rezko Trial

“March 10, 2008; 12:46 a.m.

The government alleges that Antoin “Tony” Rezko and Stuart Levine worked together to try to rig decisions on where to invest tens of millions of dollars in state pension funds. Prosecutors worked Monday to link the two through the testimony of Jill Hayden, the former director of boards and commissions for Gov. Rod Blagojevich.

Levine had been appointed to the teacher’s pension fund board by Blagojevich’s Republican predecessors, but his appointment expired in 2004. In mid-May 2004, Blagojevich reappointed him. Hayden testified that a few days before that appointment was finalized, she got a call from Rezko urging her to speed things up.

“He called me and he said we need to move on Stuart Levine,” Hayden testified. Hayden said Rezko told her he had already spoken to her boss, Blagojevich chief of staff Lon Monk, about the Levine reappointment and been assured the appointment would go through.

Hayden said Rezko laughed when she said she would have to check with Monk herself. “I took that to mean that I could go ahead and ask him, but it was already a done deal,” she recalled.

Government filings in the case suggest a reason behind the alleged rush. The government claims that Levine and Rezko were arranging to take kickbacks from investment firms in exchange for pension business that was to be voted on within days of Levine’s reappointment.

Hayden also testified that Rezko had at one point sought to have Ruth Rothstein, then the longtime head of the Cook County health system, appointed to the Health Facilities Planning Board, another regulatory panel prosecutors allege Rezko was involved in corrupting.”

“March 19, 2008; 11:21 a.m.

Prosecution witness Stuart Levine is walking jurors through the evolution of his relationship with defendant Tony Rezko. The two met at a dinner party shortly before the 2002 election in which Rezko’s close friend Rod Blagojevich was elected governor.

At the dinner, Levine said he learned that Rezko was holding up a lucrative real estate deal that would have rendered a hefty kickback for Levine. Rezko promised to back off and was true to his word, Levine said.

With the assistance of political insider Robert Kjellander, Levine said he set up a meeting with Rezko about a month later to discuss an insurance deal Levine was trying to get for a client with Cook County. Levine said Kjellander had told him Rezko held considerable sway in Cook County government.

Levine said he met increasingly with Rezko in early 2003 after Blagojevich was sworn in as governor. On occasion, Levine said, Rezko described his close relationship with Blagojevich.

“He said that he had raised a great deal of money for Gov. Blagojevich and that he had great hopes and expectations that Gov. Blagojevich would run for president,” Levine recalled. “And although he knew it was a long shot, he was working toward that end.”

Levine also said that Rezko told him that he and fellow Blagojevich fundraiser Christopher Kelly “exercised the most influence” in Blagojevich’s kitchen cabinet. And Levine said Rezko told him that “all the major decisions in the governor’s office were cleared through [chief of staff] Lon Monk and through Mr. Rezko.”

“Mr. Rezko told me that he was able to have individuals appointed to state boards and was able to have individuals hired into state agencies and that he spoke very often — and in fact went over decisions — that Lon Monk would put into place,” Levine said.

In summer 2003, Levine said he met with Rezko at his office on Elston Avenue and the two talked over the notion of Levine’s position on a state pension board to make money for themselves.

“Anything that I, Mr. Rezko, decide to do at TRS [the pension board], you’ll be a part of it,” Levine said Rezko told him.

Levine said Rezko made it clear that Levine’s assistance was required, and “any moneys that would be earned in doing that he would share with me.”

Levine said that as he left the meeting, he told Rezko he was “extraordinarily pleased to know him and I thought we could do a lot of business together.”

Asked by a prosecutor to elaborate, Levine said, “I meant there were illegal deals that I could bring to TRS and perhaps to the Illinois Health Facilities Planning Board,” on which Levine also served.”
Chicago Tribune Rezko trial transcripts

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-rezko-court-story-archive,0,6366703.htmlstory

Evelyn Pringle Curtain time for Obama part 1
“Even in 2006, he said, Rezko assured him that things were going to turn out all right because of a plan to get rid of Fitzgerald. When asked why he believed Rezko could get him removed, Ata said, “Mr. Rezko has the influence and power to do that.”

Ata told prosecutors he lied to the FBI in December 2005, because he was encouraged to be a “team player” by people he believed to be acting on Rezko’s behalf. When he received a grand jury subpoena in late 2005, he said, people contacted him in an effort to stop him from cooperating.

After he met with Federal agents the first time, Ata said, he got a voice-mail from Michael Rumman. The voice mail said Rumman was traveling with “our friend,” meaning Rezko, and asked Ata to delay meeting with investigators.

On his final day on the stand, Ata told the jury he finally agreed to cooperate with the Feds in April 2008, after an unnamed person delivered a threat. He testified that prosecutors once had him wear a wire to make a recording after the person threatened him.

Ata told the jury he delivered one $25,000 contribution to Blagojevich at Rezko’s office in the latter part of 2002, and the three men discussed the prospects of Ata getting an appointment in the administration. He said people at the office that day included Blagojevich’s campaign chief and later chief of staff, Lon Monk, Christopher Kelly, and state Representative Jay Hoffman.

“I learned that Mr. Hoffman was part of a select group of advisers that were referred to as the kitchen cabinet,” Ata told the jury.

“The way Ali Ata described it, the waiting room in the North Side office of Antoin “Tony” Rezko seemed as busy as an airport terminal,” the Tribune noted on May 1, 2008.

Ata brought another $25,000 check to a fundraiser on July 25, 2003, and he was appointed to lead the Finance Authority.

Ata made a $5,000 donation to Obama less than a month earlier on June 30, 2003. Ata is also an investor in Riverside Park. Almost without fail, the people identified in the Board Games cases as investors in Riverside Park contributed to Obama’s US senate campaign.

According to the Sun-Times, to raise the $8 million to spring Rezko out of jail in April, in addition to the $2 million worth of property pledged by Alsammarae, six people who are “current or former state employees,” also put up property.

The list has three current employees from Rumman’s former Department of Central Management Services, including Jenan Shamoun, Donald Lynch, and Mustafa Abdalla.

A state employee familiar with the hiring of the employees told the Associated Press that CMS personnel were pressured by then-director Rumman to hire them

Campaign records show Mustafa Abdalla gave Obama $1,000 on June 30, 2003.”

Evelyn Pringle Curtain time for Obama part 2

“Feds track Obama’s visits to Rezko

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,“ according to the February 10, 2008 Sun-Times.

During his March 14, 2008 interview, the Times told Obama, 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.”

“Is that true?” the reporter asked.

“No,” Obama said, “That’s not accurate.”

“I think what is true,” he said, “is that, it depends on the period of time.”

“I’ve known him for 17 years,” Obama stated. “There were stretches of time where I would see him once or twice a year.”

He told the Times, “when he was involved in finance committee for the U.S. Senate race, or the state senate races, or the U.S. Congressional race, then he was an active member.”

“During the U.S. Senate race, there’s be stretches of like a couple of weeks – for example prior to him organizing the fundraiser that he did for us – where I would probably be talking to him once a day to make sure that was going well,” he said.

“But the typical relationship was one that was fond,” he added. “We would see each other.”

“But there would be no reason for me to be seeing him that often,” he stated.

This issue may be sorted out soon enough because Fitzgerald’s charts matching up Obama’s contributions, visits and calls are bound to be every bit as thorough as the ones produced to prove Rezko is guilty as charged in the first trial. They simply were not produced because they were not needed to prove the defendant guilty in the first case.

As an example of what records might be squirreled away, consider that an FBI agent presented a chart to the jury on April 28, 2008, showing 257 calls from Rezko’s phones to Blagojevich’s chief of staff, Lon Monk, between March 2004 and May 2004 alone.”
Evelyn Pringle articles

http://therealbarackobama.wordpress.com/2008/10/01/evelyn-pringles-operation-board-games-and-curtain-time-for-obama/

 We may never know the full extent of Alonzo Monk’s role in crime and corruption due to his guilty plea. One thing is certain, just as in the case of Blagojevich, Rezko and Obama, what we do know is just the tip of the iceberg.

Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis, DC law firm, Larry Sinclair, James Barry, 202-449-9737, neonzx.wordpress.com, Larry Sinclair update, “HARRIS, WILTSHIRE & GRANNIS: OBAMA FUND RAISERS AND THUGS?”

Larry Sinclair has provided an update to the controversy surrounding attacks made on him and contact from James Barry. The telephone number that James Barry called from, when dialed, was answered by the office of DC law firm Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis. Sinclair was contacted by William Wiltshire, a partner in the firm. Wiltshire denied that the telephone number, 202-449-9737, was associated with his law firm. Here is the latest from Larry Sinlclair on this story:

 

HARRIS, WILTSHIRE & GRANNIS: OBAMA FUND RAISERS AND THUGS?

Posted by Larry Sinclair on July 23rd, 2008

UPDATED 7-23-08 @ 10:06 PM CDT: It seems HW&G partner Mark Grannis (left) has a blog at WordPress and it turns out that this blog has been ping backing every article I have posted on the old and new blog. Why?

This morning while trying to contact an individual who claimed to be one “James Barry” at 202-449-9737 I received a heck of a shock.  See the previous article so I do not have to repeat it here.

Since posting the article this morning about the above phone number being answered by the DC Lobbyist Law Firm of Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis, several things have become known that causes me to be of the opinion that HW&G is not being completely honest about the association between its firm and the owner of the phone number which I was called from and harassed, and which Youtube removed a video of the recorded conversation had with the man claiming to be “James Barry.”  One of the things coming to light is the following piece in USA Today, on the Senior Partner of HW&G, Scott Blake Harris:

 

Scott Blake Harris, managing partner of Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis, a Washington telecommunications law firm. Harris withdrew as a lobbyist for Microsoft and Cisco in June, but his partners still lobby, he said.

“My practice isn’t going to be helped by this at all,” said Harris, who said he got involved with Obama after his 14-year-old son interned in the senator’s office. “I went to see him because of how nice he’d been to my kid, and I was captivated by his vision.”

http://www.usatoday.com/news/politics/election2008/2008-04-15-obama_n.htm

 

Another is the phone conversation this morning with Alex Bryson, Assistant to Scott Blake Harris, where Mr. Bryson (without me ever saying anything about the above number being his) in an extremely nervous and defensive tone states the phone number is not his (this before I even started to give him the number) and then hanging up on me without even taking the message for Mr. Harris.  This conversation recording raises more questions than it answers that is for sure.

Now the following comment was posted on this blog and has sat in moderation until I received verification from William Wiltshire of HW&G that it was posted by him.  Mr. Wiltshire emailed me stating he did make the comment and asked that it be posted.  Below is the comment and the email I sent to verify that Mr. Wiltshire (right) was the person posting the comment.

 

 

RE: DID YOU SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING COMMENT? I WILL NOT ALLOW IT UNTIL I CAN CONFIRM IT CAME FROM YOU?
From: William Wiltshire (WWILTSHIRE@harriswiltshire.com)
Sent: Wed 7/23/08 12:21 PM
To: Lawrence Sinclair (lws022737@hotmail.com)

Yes, I did.  Please post it.

 

         

 

From: Lawrence Sinclair [mailto:lws022737@hotmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2008 1:05 PM
To: William Wiltshire
Subject: DID YOU SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING COMMENT?

I WILL NOT ALLOW IT UNTIL I CAN CONFIRM IT CAME FROM YOU

 

Wiltshire
wwiltshire@harriswiltshire.com | 66.XXX.38.3

On behalf of Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis, I can assure you that the phone number you called is in no way associated with the firm or any of its employees.
Unfortunately, for some unknown reason, whoever owns that number unilaterally chose to forward his calls to our main switchboard. Because no one here was aware of this, it is no surprise that no one knew what you were talking about when your call came in this morning. So far, we have been unable to determine whose number it is, but we have learned that it is a landline and not a cell phone. It also seems to have been disconnected within the last hour or so.
We are continuing to investigate and hope to know more soon. But one thing is sure — whoever called you from that number had nothing to do with this firm.
Bill Wiltshire

 

I do not accept nor do I believe the statement from Mr. Wiltshire and I will tell you why. 

First, no one just picks a Law Firm to forward their phone calls to! 

Second, the Law Firm not once, but several times stated (all recorded) the number belonged to one of the Firms Attorney’s!

Third, the number was actually set to be picked up by a fax machine this morning before it was disconnected, (again this is documented after someone claimed the number was disconnected it was called and in fact was picked up by a fax machine) it was only after the updates posted after the original article was published that the number was then disconnected.

Fourth, Youtube notifies its user’s under normal flagging when it removes a video, the phone conversation video was removed and YouTube still has not notified me they removed it or why.

Fifth,  the office manager of Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis assured me the firm would contact me by the end of business today and they did not.

And finally, all this from a Firm that is so deeply embedded in the Telecommunications and IP, IT industry that they have the resources and knowledge to move so quickly in having this number pulled from service.

Now the following email was received as well, and I find it interesting the name used and the fact that it was sent through an email service that of course hides the original senders address.  But let me make it clear, I am not scared and in fact what has been done is these people have made me more determined than ever to get to the bottom of all of this and expose Barack Obama and his Thugs for what they truly are.

 

 

 

You just completely fucked up?
From: George Orwell (nobody@mixmaster.it)
  Medium riskYou may not know this sender.Mark as safe|Mark as unsafe
Sent: Wed 7/23/08 8:16 PM
To: lws022737@hotmail.com

 

 

Well, Lartard, you just completely fucked up. I will spare you the full details because I can’t wait to see your apshit antics when the shit hits the fan, but suffice it to say that things are about to get a great deal more interesting, and stressful, for you. Il mittente di questo messaggio|The sender address of this non corrisponde ad un utente |message is not related to a real reale ma all’indirizzo fittizio|person but to a fake address of an di un sistema anonimizzatore |anonymous system Per maggiori informazioni |For more info https://www.mixmaster.it

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note:  I have received more threats from dead people than Obama has votes from the Grave!!  Guss Obama is capable of raising the dead! ” 

Read more from Larry Sinclair here:

http://larrysinclair0926.com

 

Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis, DC law firm, Larry Sinclair Youtube video, James Barry, Neonzx blog at WordPress, Sinclair update from Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis

Larry Sinclair has been back in touch with the DC law firm, Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis. Larry Sinclair was called by someone named James Barry and when Sinclair called the number that appeared on his screen when Barry called, he reached the law office of Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis. Here is the update from Larry Sinclair:

“UPDATED 7-23-08 @ 11:22 AM CDT:  The phone number 202-449-9737 has been disconnected since reporting this morning that if was being answered by the DC Law firm of Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis.  I just spoke with the Office manager of HWG who now claims that number does not belong to anyone at the firm.  When I informed her I have multiple recorded phone calls to the firm on that number this morning, with all of them being answered by the Firm and the Firm stating it was the cell phone of one of the firms Attorney’s she could only say “we are trying to figure out how it happened and who the number belongs to.”  This from a Law Firm that specializes in what?  Telecommunications and IP’s!!!

UPDATED 7-23-08 @ 10:45 AM CDT: Another interesting development in the client list for this firm.  Seems HWG represents the Phone Company Sprint-Nextel which just so happens to be the Phone Company telling me they cannot provide me with my phone records.  Even though they provided them to the Chicago PD, Sprint Nextel tells us they do not exist.  This cannot simply be a coincidence.”

Read more from Larry Sinclair here:

http://larrysinclair0926.com

According to Larry Sinclair, James Barry has a blog on WordPress called neonzx. Apparently neonzx is a fairly new blog devoted to attacking and discredititng Larry Sinclair. Here is the list of posts:

  • Recent Ramblings

  • Archives

  • Here is a typical comment from this blog:

    “But even you must realize the curtain is beginning to close on your scam. If you manage to avoid jail next month and stay a free man until after the election, I suspect that those with real authority and power will deal with you then. You’ve been seemingly ignored because if they do anything with you now, you become a news story (and could impact the election).

    Try and enjoy the free time you have remaining.”

    Is James Barry, the owner of neonzx blog, or the person that called Larry Sinclair from 202-449-9737 affiliated with Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis?

    Is James Barry being paid by the Obama Campaign, David Axelrod, Senator Joe Biden or his son?

    Is James Barry working for Google or YouTube?

    Who is James Barry and why is he attacking Larry Sinclair?

    Who are the persons referred to in the comment above?

    “those with real authority and power will deal with you then.”