US Justice Department corrupt, Blagojevich trial, Patrick Fitzgerald, J Christian Adams
We now have multiple confirmations that the US Justice Department is corrupt and racially biased. J Christian Adams and others are speaking out. For well over a year Citizen Wells has been questioning the Justice Dept. and their actions.
Who in the US Justice Dept. made these decisions?
Wait until December 2008, after the elections, to arrest Rod Blagojevich.
Omit the following from the Indictment. The following statement was in the Criminal Complaint. “The Planning Board was a commission of the State of Illinois, established by statute, whose members were appointed by the Governor of the State of Illinois. At the relevant time period, the Planning Board consisted of nine individuals.”
Focus the prosecution of Blagojevich on the selling of the senate seat.
Indicate the trial will end much earlier than expected (month and a half vs three to four months).
Why did Judge James Zagel speak out and say that Tony Rezko would be a bad witness?
Was he laying the groundwork for prosecutors not calling Rezko?
Stuart Levine was the main witness in the Rezko trial. Not only was Levine heavily enmeshed in crime and corruption, he was a long time drug user. Criminals and corruption figures are routinely used as witnesses.
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