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Stranger in His Own House: Did Pat Fitzgerald Leak Blagojevich Arrest information to the Chicago Tribune?

Chicago Daily Observer 14 September 2012 No Comment

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Chicago Tribune reporters John Chase and Jeff Coen, in their recently released book Golden, claim that former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald lied when he said he did not know who was leaking information to the Trib about the Rod Blagojevich investigation being conducted by his office.

Chase and Coen state in their book that, “The newspaper also had information about a planned arrest date and that the investigation had spread to whether Blagojevich had corrupted the process of choosing a new senator to replace Barack Obama.”

According to Chase and Coen, the decision to arrest Rod Blagojevich on the morning of December 9th 2008 was made one week earlier by Patrick Fitzgerald.

Coincidentally, his decision was made at the same time Rod Blagojevich was attending the Governor’s Conference in Philadelphia with President-elect Obama.

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