Obama arrest, Justice Department protects Obama, White House insider?, Blagojevich Rezko Obama
One comment posted suggested this is linked directly to Obama when he was the Chairman of a IL State Senate Committee back in 2003.
in April 2005, one month before Mr. Alsammarae left his post, his Ministry of Electricity signed a contract for $50 million with Companion Security to provide training to Iraqis to guard electrical plants by flying them to Illinois for classes.
Companion Security was headed by a former Chicago policeman with a troubled history, Daniel T. Frawley, in partnership with Mr. Rezko and in association with Daniel Mahru, the lawyer for the original contract and Mr. Rezkos former business partner. In April 2006, Mr. Frawley entered negotiations with Governor Rod Blagojevichs staff to lease a military facility in Illinois to be a training camp.
In August 2006, Mr. Frawley started negotiations with Mr. Obamas U.S. Senate staff to complete the contract . The timeline of Companion discussions in 2006 is important to note: April 2006 Frawley speaks to governors office; August 2006 Frawley speaks to senators office; October 2006 indictment of Rezko revealed; October 2006 Rezko arrested upon return from Syria; October 2006 Alsammarae convicted in Baghdad and makes his first escape attempt; December 2006 Alsammarae escapes from Baghdad. (In 2004) Mr. Auchi traveled by private aircraft to Midway Airport in Chicago and then to a fete at the Four Season Hotel, where he met with his business partner in Chicago real estate, Mr. Rezko, as well as with Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich.
Also present that night, according to a fresh report by James Bone and Dominic Kennedy of the London Times, was State Senator Barack Obama, who had recently won the Democratic primary for the U.S. Senate seat
Rezko/Obama/Blago associate Frawley is now cooperating...
Frawley headed a company called “Companion Security” which received a $50M contract to “train” Iraqi police at a IL military base supposedly facilitated by Obama/Blago/Rezko.