Summary:Obama completed more than just five hours of legal work for Antoin “Tony” Rezko, his main contributor who also ran slum landord operations both inside and outside of Obama’s Illinois state Senate district. And according to answers Obama’s Presidential campaign submitted in response to a question posed by the Chicago Sun-Times, this legal work involved multiple entities tied to Rezko’s tenement empire, not the one “church” Obama disingenuously cited during the debate.
That legal work occurred after Obama received $1,000 from Rezko during the winter of 1997, when residents of one of Rezko’s slums located within Obama’s state Senate district shivered without heat for five weeks during a cold Chicago winter. Obama also wrote letters on Rezko’s behalf on his state Senate stationary after he received that donation. Although this is just a scratch on the surface of Obama’s long and checkered history with Antoin “Tony” Rezko, it provides some insight into the 2005 real estate transaction involving Obama, Rezko and a mansion in the Kenwood neighborhood of Chicago.
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