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Watergate type coverup in Blagojevich case?

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posted on Apr, 25 2010 @ 05:19 PM

Blagojevich Evidence Stolen: Burglary At Lawyer's Offices

CHICAGO — Burglars broke into the offices occupied by two members of former Gov. Rod Blagojevich's legal defense team overnight and stole eight computers and a safe, police said Friday.

The break-in occurred at the South Side offices of veteran Chicago criminal defense lawyer Sam Adam and his son, Samuel E. Adam, police said. They are two of the three leading members of the team defending Blagojevich on charges that he schemed to sell or trade President Barack Obama's former U.S. Senate seat.

Chief of detectives Steve Peterson told a news conference that detectives don't know whether anything related to Blagojevich's federal fraud case was contained on the computers. But he said they are interviewing the attorneys.
We broke the story HERE on ATS Thursday about the President being subpoenaed and in the course of that discussion it was an ATS member who first discovered the redacted portions of the legal motion could be read.

This whole thing looks like maybe whoever broke it, was possibly looking for information to find out who actually did such a poor job at the redaction. I'm looking for this to potentially escalate a lot more before this ever goes to trial, and the possibility now that it NEVER will go to trial.


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