Jussie Smollet: Judge Says "No" to O'Brien's Special Prosecutor Request
May 17, 2019
WGN9 of Chicago runs a story stating that Judge Michael Toomin rejected former appellate judge Sheila O’Briens request for a special prosecutor to investigate exactly how and why charges were dropped so surprisingly in People v. Jussie Smollett.
Toomin is saying it would not be a conflict for Cook County judge to oversee Jussie’s case. The judge scheduled a May 31, 2019, hearing on the special prosecutor request and O’Brien retaliated by saying she might request that the Illinois Supreme Court take a look at the case.
In parallel, Patrick Blanchard, Cook County Inspector General, is investigating if Smollett’s case was handled properly.
Opinion: Toomin did stand up to the corrupt Daley family to proceed with an indictment in a famous shooting case in 2012 in which the police department was accused of covering up a homicide. Toomin was called “honest” for doing so.
LIES: Jussie Smollett and the Deep State Agenda
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