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kgrant Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 6:55 PM
Where is your evidence? You wouldn't make an accusation like this without evidence would you? And I mean evidence from a reputable source.
doc, aka Rich Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 10:30 PM
Duh. You're truly a blind believer. The story was broke back in 2005 by the Chicago Tribune with numerous stories. Tony Rezko's wife wrote the check for the adjacent lot purchase IIRC. Funny, as soon as Barack Obama began his presidential campaign the Chicago Tribune lost all interest in the story, Patrick Fitzgerald assured reporters that no laws were broken, Obama attempted to after-the-fact refund Rezko $106,000 for his encroachment on the Rezko lot, and then publicly admitted the famous "it was a bonehead thing to do" apology. Funny, republicans indicted, tried, and convicted of similar acts were not let off the hook with a mere apology.
ColdWolverine Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 8:59 PM
The story was in several major newspapers before the 2008 election, just never on the front page. Google the names (if you're truly interested) and you'll find lots of hits in papers you trust.
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