Had enough of Levine yet?

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I believe it's day 11 of Stuart Levine on the stand in Tony Rezko's trial.

Are readers still savoring every word, or have we had enough yet?

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Stories are great. Levine clearly only "remembers" the things that that the feds pounded into his head 100 times over and over. The items they didn't prep him on he doesn't a clue to. This is a case the Gov't brought and then, because of the ego of the DA, wouldn't drop once they realized their star was really a black hole.

Stories are great. Levine clearly only "remembers" the things that that the feds pounded into his head 100 times over and over. The items they didn't prep him on he doesn't a clue to. This is a case the Gov't brought and then, because of the ego of the DA, wouldn't drop once they realized their star was really a black hole. Nice to see them spend millions on this case, while Levine's drug dealers are still out there ruining kids' lives.

Yes, I think we have had enough of Levine. The prosecution made it perfectly clear what a big bag of dirt Levine is, now we have to hear what a big forgetful bag of dirt Levine is. Duffy, everybody forgets things once in a while, move on.

Crystal Meth? Purple hotel? Keep it coming.

Thank you so much for these entries. This is really important and this really is the greatest way to stay on top of what is happening in this courtroom.
Please hang in there - sneezes and all!

He's a convicted felon. Is he in federal custody? Halfway house, ankle bracelet, anything? Are his associations and movements restricted and/or monitored? Is he subject to drug testing? Is he being drug tested?

To Wordslinger: He has it alot worse than anyone can imagine. The FBI video-taped his confession, gave it to his wife and kids and then sent him home. I would rather go to jail.

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Natasha Korecki

Natasha Korecki is the Federal Courts Reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times, covering federal news, corruption investigations and trials.

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