Mr. Rezko has left the building

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For the first time since late January, Tony Rezko walked out of a federal courthouse into the fresh air.

Just moments ago, Rezko, with a couple of family members (or friends) at his side, walked out of the Dirksen Federal Building and with photographers and reporters running after him, he rushed toward an awaiting black Cadillac Escalade. Right before he got there he was met by a tall man -- the two gave each other a giant hug. Rezko was beaming.

Rezko's family was waiting for some time near and around the federal courthouse before Rezko's release. One of his son's and other family members grabbed lunch at McDonald's -- to go -- just before Rezko walked out of the building.

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The Judge is nuts to let Rezko free on bond. The man has already liquidated his US holdings and will fly the coop on one of his cohorts private planes--first to Mexico and then back to Syria.

Senator Obama will benefit as this will put a stop to the next set of questions in which he would be implicated as the facilator of several Rezko contracts during his tenure as Chairman of the Illinois Legislature Hospitals Committee.

NOW TONY REZCO CAN GO AND CAMPAIGN FOR HIS BEST FRIEND SEN. OBAMA AND TELL VOTERS WHAT THEY DID TOGETHER AND HOW IN A CLANDESTINE WAY HE HELPED OBAMA TO BUY HIS MANSION.
IT IS BETTER IT COMES OUT NOW BEFORE THE REPUBLICANS BRING IT OUT IN CASE OBAMA IS THE DEMS NOMINEE.
bhagwan deol los angeles

This is unbelievable. I just don't understand how Rita Rezko comes up with that kind of cash about 4 months after she and Tony told the judge they were broke. What on kind of song did they sing behind closed doors to this judge? 8 mil. dollars worth of leans on the homes of friends - talk about thick as thieves.

i want to know why isnt any reporting about karl rove and don siegelman and their involvement. i have been looking for more information about this issue was on 60 minutes and vedict. please get more information about this issue and publish the issue. i will contiune to read for this issue.THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

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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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