Corruption!! – Daniel T. Frawley… and it leads to….

As you are aware, I was attracted to the Citizen Wells site because of the Blagojevich trial. There are so many twists and turns in the relationships that it has been hard to keep a track of all of them… except that all roads lead back to one man…. Barack H. Øbama.

Daniel T. Frawley is yet another player in all of the scams, bribery and corruption in Chicago that is associated with Øbama. Brenda J. Elliot and Aaron Kline have been amongst those who have continued to concentrate upon the exposure of the Real Barack Øbama. Brenda has a very interesting post up regarding Daniel T. Frawley, who has been singing like a bird. My only question is whether he has been giving any information about the Øbama corruption, bribes and kickbacks.

This particular story regarding Companion Security seems to pull all of the characters together. It was a scheme the idea of bringing to Illinois Kurds who were to be trained as security guards. In Brenda’s own words:

This was the little scheme dating from sometime in 2005 that involved then-Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, then-Senator Barack Obama, then-Illinois Homeland Security advisor Jill Morgenthaler, Obama’s then-personal real estate fairy and political cash bagman Tony Rezko, Rezko’s Chicago pal and personal bail bondsman (and former Iraqi Minister of Electricity) Aiham Alsammarae, and British-Iraqi billionaire businessman (and one of Carter-Ruck’s frequent-flyer clients) Nadhmi Auchi.

Frawley was also involved in another sordid little story concerning the theft of guns and $100,000 cash from the house of his sister.

Each little piece of this puzzle is being put meticulously together, and it is Frawley who informed upon Rezko, who is still awaiting sentencing. However, there is another lawsuit in the works, where Frawley, the plaintiff is suing his former attorney Weaver, who advised him not to cooperate with the FBI.

It is this story that helps to tie in the main players and their links to Barack H. Øbama. Weaver, it seems prevented his client from cooperating with the FBI and recording a conversation between himself and Tony Rezko at a luncheon. The information that was to be obtained concerned Barack H. Øbama… and this goes all the way back to 2006!!!

And again in Brenda’s own words:

Frawley also confirmed in the deposition that the information he was to obtain was “about the payments made by Rezko to Obama.”

Because the deposition was specific to the Frawley-Weaver law suit — namely a possible change of venue requested by Weaver — no further details about the “payments” are included.

The deposition further reveals that the FBI instructed Frawley to not speak with Weaver anymore.

Frawley admitted he had brought charge card records and bank statements to Weaver, among which was a “statement showing payment to Tony Rezko in [the] amount of $1.5 million.” No mention is made as to the source of the funds.

Frawley said that Weaver’s reason was an apparent conflict of interest. Weaver, it seems, was representing others — namely himself and Rezko — on the same matter.

“George was my attorney,” Frawley says. He was “being paid by me, and George was supposed to be representing my interests. And George was representing his own and Tony Rezko’s.”

Additionally, Weaver had possession of all the records Frawley had brought to him. Charles R. Franklin, Frawley’s attorney, said that not only did Weaver have all the records but also he would not release them to Frawley, who could not get them.

It appears that the $1.5 million was paid as a bribe to win the contract. Please read the whole story because there is a lot of meat to be digested.

17 responses to “Corruption!! – Daniel T. Frawley… and it leads to….

  1. I continue to maintain that, no matter how bad things get, or how transparent the fraud, we will never “get” Commander Zero on nativity or early childhood (including adoption) issues. i.e. no action on “citizenship” whatsoever. One of the main reasons is that the national and international ramifications are inconceivable.

    But there is still a GREAT CHANCE that he will be toppled for administrative or criminal reasons. Like with Al Capone that may just have to be “good enough”.

    I think this is what Ulsterman and his Insider are hinting at.


  2. Carlyle, I agree that the corruption is what will get him in the end. The issues surrounding his birth status feed into the other issues, but they are not the main issue either.


  3. What most people don’t seem to understand is that the trial against Rod Blagojevich is NOT about the selling of the Senate seat…The U.S. Attorney’s office and the FBI have been investigating Tony Rezko, Rod Blagojevich & BARACK Obama for over 10 years…They have sooo many criminal acts to choose from it’s like a criminal smorgasbord with plenty of testimony, documentation and evidence to back up any possible charges…Unfortunately for the U.S.Attorney’s office Barack Obama decided to run for President and was hugely popular staight out of the gate, making any indictment against him political dynamite for Patrick Fitzgerald…Fitzgerald has Tony Rezko who’s eye witness account of events can be backed up by Stuart Levine, Dan Mahru, Daniel T. Frawley and many others…AND you can be quite certian that he has the goods on Obama, why else would they cherry pick these charges against Rod when they have been tapping him for over 10 years? Why would the feds release the minutes to the 2 hour meeting Fitzgerald had with Obama just after Rod’s arrest? Why do the fed’s have NO interest in finding out who tipped off John Chase of the Chicago Tribune disrupting their ongoing covert investigation? WHY would Barack Obama use an emissary to contact his old friend Rod??? Why didn’t he contact him himself??? Why didn’t he have someone from his staff contact Rod??? Why wouldn’t he just send Rod a letter or email with his Senate request”s”, their qualifiactions, and how they would best benefit the State of Illinois??? That would have been legal and the most appropriate way to handle his very FIRST Presidential Elect order of business???


  4. Bessie, you ask excellent questions. Can you provide links on what is known about the investigations?

    I do want to highlight this corruption.


  5. Right now my mind is occupied with other matters, BUT would it be fair to say, just as a cursory observation, that it was the biggest dodge of all when Obama ran for president and won?

    I know this is a very shallow appraisal, but it looks as though when things got too hot in Dodge (Chicago) he just stepped up a notch into national politics (first the U.S. Senate and then to the presidency) and made it impractical for the folks back in Illinois to pursue any and all criminal charges chalked up against him there? Haven’t we been seeing this played out for about three years?


  6. If any of the folks here have not been reading lately at CW’s, you might want to check out cq’s posting re. the latest development in Orly’s case before Judge Royce Lamberth:

    cq says, “Chief judge of the U. S. district court in the District of Columbia, Royce Lamberth, issued his scheduling order on June 1st. What is important, that it says, that the FOIA cases are exempt from the initial meet and confer, which means that there is no need for Rule 26 conference, so the discovery is on, which means, Want to read more ???”
    Comment: According to some of the quotes by ObamaReleaseYourRecords of liberal, obot lawyers over at the Fogbow blog, they are running scared of this latest development out of Judge Lamberth’s court. Check out the comment section where ORYR has pulled over some sentiments from Fogbow. It is rather encouraging!!

    Orly Taitz has tried for so long to get somewhere. Now in this pleading we are talking about the fraudulent SSN and also I believe the latest fabricated birth certificate, which if proven to be fraudulent, just could be the thing that could bring Soetoro down. When you find the obot blog, Fogbow, which consists of liberal lawyers, expressing concern, that is something else. Could this end up being the Al Capone moment? Just as Carlyle referred to in his post? Time will tell.


  7. P.S. If this turns out to be an Al Capone moment, it won’t be based on the birth issue, per se, but on the coverup and deceit as evidenced by Soetoro’s actual presentation of a debunked on-line birth certificate, constituting intent to defraud and deceive. The coverup being worse than then crime? Judge Royce Lamberth is a Reagan appointee, if that means anything.


  8. Cabby, that is more like the Nixon moment. Nixon did nothing wrong. He was not involved in the break-in at the Watergate hotel, but he was involved in the cover-up. This is why he was going to end up being impeached.

    This is also the Slick Willy moment – Starr was onto something with regard to Whitewater, and conveniently Vince Foster died as a result of a gun-shot wound which was not in fact by his own hand. Someone else was most definitely involved and the coroner covered up the real facts. The papers that Vince Foster was going to give to Starr disappeared from his safe on the same day that he died. Slick Willy was impeached for perjury. The Senate however refused to go the next step.

    I am watching this case unfold, but when it comes to impeachment, which I believe should happen, then it will be over Libya – his failure to take the thing to Congress in the first place, and his failure to define the mission.

    You do know my position on Libya and it has not changed. The charge against the NTC that they are Al Qaeda is preposterous to say the least, and yet many American conservative continue to believe the lie started by Daffy Duck. However, that does not mean that there are people who have had Al Qaeda links who are in the east and who are fighting for their own lives as well as the lives of their families and friends. Neither is it clear as to how many are Islamist in nature (many of the imams are moderates, but there are some who are in fact radical).

    I actually agree with the Boehner resolution that was passed. Some are claiming that it is weak, but it is meant to get Østupid to bring this to the Congress. I think that if he continues to go against the Congress on the matter then he will deserve it if impeachment proceedings are commenced.

    Next cab off the rank is Eric Holder who should be impeached as well.


  9. You have covered the bases well, Aussie. Eric Holder has much baggage of his own to deal with such as the pass on the Panther voter intimidation issue, etc.

    Somehow I feel that the Dems may eventually get behind the effort to push Soetoro to bring the Libya engagement to Congress. After all, the leftist base is quite upset with more military involvement. Soetoro is getting it from all fronts, it seems.


  10. I will grant Denis Kuchinic one thing, and that is he is consistent in his opposition. I do not necessarily agree with his position, but he is consistent.

    The others flip flop all over the place and that is far more dangerous.

    I really do think that this has to be brought to the Congress. It is important.



    1. From the “Blago Blog” Sun-Time’s Natasha Korecki…Testimony from Tom Balanoff on his call from Obama

    2. From the archives of the “Blago Blog” everything Balanoff..

    3. The famous interview where Obama undoubtedly perjured himself…The feds interviewed Obama, Jarrett & Emanuel…

    4. Also from the “Blago Blog” the Craig Greg “Internal Investigation Report” to Barack Obama at his request…(NO mention of his phone converstation to Tom Balanoff the day after the election) Is there any doubt that the fed’s covered this in there questioning of Barack and his staff??? ANY DOUBT??? THIS is the reason Judge Zagel will not turn over the minutes to the 2 hour meeting Fitzgerald had with then President ‘Elect’ Obama…He perjured himself…

    5. I have been following the “Operation Board Game’s” and everthing related for quite some time…Many articles have been written by different out-lets but especially the Sun-Times…Interestingly they are being scrubbed from the internet and are no longer available, I’m sure you could find copies or other bloggers who have picked them up…



    Do you think the President hired Eric Holder because of his qualifications or his willingness to “play ball”, the Chicago way???



    This is from Barbara Hollingsworth of the Examiner…This is an important piece to the puzzle because it was NOT just John Chase of the Tribune that was tipped off about the fed’s covert investigation, they tipped off the Obama camp as well…THIS is the reason that Obama/staff didn’t want to talk to Blagojevich directly, he/they knew the fed’s were listening…It has alway’s been my opinion that the leak was John Wyma with permission/request from the feds…


  14. Bessie, thank you, thank you, thank you for what you have provided. This is something very big and yes I believe that Østupid has perjured himself and that he did it before he was sworn in. I also believe that Holder is more corrupt than Østupid and that he is assisting in keeping it under wraps.

    Judge Zagel seems to be in on the deal, and quite honestly Blago is not getting a fair trial unless all of this comes out into the open.

    I have constantly stated that people should just forget about the eligibility issue for the time being and concentrate on the corruption instead. The eligibility issue is real and part of the whole deal, but the corruption is so bad that this man belongs in jail.

    I also believe that there are now very strong grounds for impeachment proceedings, especially in regard to thumbing his nose at the Congress over action to be taken in Libya. (I still believe the action itself was necessary), and also believe that now he has actually shown that fraudulent certificate and claimed it as his own, that he should be questioned under oath – and then impeached for committing perjury.


  15. Cabby - AZ

    In reading different opinions and sorting out my own thoughts, I am strongly leaning toward the opinion that the Repubs are NOT going to make waves by bringing any complaints (in the form of impeachment charges or otherwise) against Obama for the simple reason that they would rather have him to run against in 2012 than another Dem candidate. In other words, politics trumps statesmanship, as far as they are concerned.

    Now, however, it IS always possible that criminal charges can be brought through the court system ultimately forced to do so by public opinion, but imo, it is very unlikely. The justice system moves too slowly in the U.S.

    Interestingly, when the House impeached Clinton, the Republican Senate refused to remove him from office. That is now history, but at the time I felt that sometime in the future the Repubs would rue that day, simply because in failing to follow through for justice’s sake created a precedent which would pave the way for evil to have greater sway down the road. Now we have a far worse than Clinton to deal with.


  16. Cabby, who knows what might happen. If there are sufficient members in the Congress who are upset over the way that he has thumbed his nose at them over the action taken in Libya, they might just be willing to proceed with impeachment.

    People seem unwilling to act because of all the screams of “racist” that emanate from the fart sniffers of the DNC. However, there is a point where the boy calling wolf will not work. I think the time is approaching.