It has been reported that convicted fundraiser Tony Rezko has been singing like a bird since his arrest. He was allegedly involved in a special deal where Obama bought his house for $125,000 under market value. How does that work? U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald is know as a bulldog prosecutor who will pursue every lead to the fullest extent possible. This could become a big problem for Obama.
Fitzgerald renews interest in Rezko-Obama deal
Appraiser claiming fraud says prosecutor's office talked to him after Blago arrest
Posted: December 15, 2008
10:14 pm Eastern
By Jerome R. Corsi
U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald
Since arresting Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald has renewed interest in convicted fundraiser Tony Rezko's part in the purchase of Barack Obama's Chicago mansion, according to a former real estate analyst who says he was interviewed by the federal prosecutor in the past 10 days.
Kenneth J. Conner told WND he was interviewed by investigators from Fitzgerald's office regarding the purchase of the Obama mansion and the adjacent vacant lot that Rezko's wife, Rita, purchased simultaneously. As WND reported last week, Connor filed a civil complaint in October with the Illinois Circuit Court in Cook County alleging he was fired by Mutual Bank of Harvey, Ill., because he objected to land appraisals submitted on behalf of the Rezkos and the Obamas, with the complicity of the bank...
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