Here is the beginning of this important piece:
No Quarter introduced readers to the Mutual Bank in Chicago after a Chicago Sun-Times columnist mentioned how a certain financial institution in Chicago would become the subject of a federal probe to be conducted by Fitzgerald’s prosecutors in relation to the conviction of Antoin “Tony” Rezko. Although I cautioned I did not have conclusive evidence when I argued Mutual Bank is most probably the financial institution in question, it now appears I may have been correct.
For according to a Washington Times exclusive printed today, a Real Estate and Commercial Credit Analyst of Mutual Bank has assumed whistleblower status and filed complaint against his former employer.
The subject of his complaint is the Mutual Bank and its potentially fraudulent reappraisal of the lot on which Obama’s home sits.
Obama, we recall, was only able to purchase the mansion he could not afford in June 2005 as a result of Rita Rezko’s ability to secure a mortgage for the lot on which the home sits from Mutual Bank.
And yes, Obama is involved in this complaint, for his decision to purchase a 10 foot strip of the lot on which his home sits from Rita Rezko in January 2006 was, according to the complaint, the reason why these potentially fraudulent reappraisals of the Rita Rezko lot were drafted.
For the rest of the story, please click HERE. This is powerful stuff, and Truthteller does an outstanding job of laying it all out there.
CHANGE OF TOPIC: If you have not yet seen Sarah Palin On Saturday Night Live last night, you are missing something FUNNY. Here's the beginning of the show LINK. And here she is on "Weekend Update" .HERE Pretty funny all the way around, if you ask me. And Palin's a mighty good sport - and funny, to boot (as are Tina Fey and Amy Poehlers, but that just goes without saying).