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Yawn…Frawley Sentencing Postponed; Obama Joint Home Owner Rezko Sentencing Scheduled for Tuesday

Sun-Times 21 November 2011 3 Comments

Long known as the “political fixer,” who was friends with a politically young Barack Obama, Tony Rezko once grabbed headlines in a presidential campaign. At the same time in Illinois, Rezko’s name was synonymous with a federal investigation into former Gov. Rod Blagojevich.

But since Rezko volunteered to go jail after his 2008 conviction, he’s settled in as not much more than a footnote in both politics and corruption.

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  • Lee Cary said:

    The entire Sun Times article was written from the perspective of trying to soften us up to unquestionably accept a “time served” sentence for Rezko.

    See a piece someone wrote at http://illinoispaytoplay.com/2011/11/21/the-sun-times-asks-%e2%80%9chow-much-time-will-tony-rezko-serve%e2%80%9d/
    about that. Makes sense.

  • Bessie said:

    Can the Obama administration risk Rezko talking to the press? After reading his letter to the judge it would appear the the feds NEVER questioned Rezko about the accusations that came out of the Frawley vs. Weaver case…Could the FBI and U.S. Attorney’s office be this negligent?

  • ca said:

    Oh Bessie,

    As you yourself have blogged, Daniel Frawley is mentally unstable. Frawley is hardly a credible witness to anything. He has a long history of audacious statements and behavior, is a convicted felon, and not the brightest bulb.

    Among other misreprese­ntations, Frawley has claimed to be a Vietnam veteran, when he has never visited the country, even as a tourist. On other blogs, you cite “sworn documents­” containing his testimony. The number of “sworn documents” in which he has lied over decades is countless. The guy is a pathologic­al liar.

    Who could or would trust one word that comes out of his mouth? Yes, they asked him to wear a wire so they could listen to recordings, not to listen to that unscrupulous idiot.

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