Jussie Smollett: Famous Special Prosecutor Chosen, Dan Webb, Iran-Contra Affair

A high-profile former US attorney was appointed special prosecutor Friday morning to re-examine the Jussie Smollett case and why charges were abruptly dropped against him.

Dan Webb was picked to lead the second look at the notorious false report case — including whether new charges should be brought against the “Empire” actor — by Judge Michael Toomin during a hearing in a Chicago criminal court.

Dan Webb is now on Jussie's case

Dan Webb is in the history books as the U.S. trial lawyer who achieved successful prosecution of retired Admiral John Poindexter in the Iran-Contra affair. He serves as co-chairman for Winston & Strawn LLP is an international law firm with nearly 1,000 attorneys in 16 offices in the United States, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Founded in 1853, it is the oldest law firm in the city of Chicago and one of the largest law firms in the world.

Toomin ruled back in June the case was rife with “unprecedented irregularities” and needed a special prosecutor to restore the public’s faith in the justice system.

Webb, who was the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois in 1985, has spent the better half of his career as a private litigator at Winston & Strawn where he is now the co-executive chairman. Smollett’s case won’t be the first time Webb has been called in as a special prosecutor and it’ll be the second time he was appointed by Toomin.

In 2012, Toomin named Webb special prosecutor in a Chicago case against then-Mayor Richard M. Daley’s nephew Richard Vanecko who was involved in 21-year-old David Koschman’s death. Webb found police and prosecutors failed to adequately investigate the case and Vanecko was ultimately sent to jail for the crime seven years after it happened.

Before that, Webb was appointed a special prosecutor in the 1990 Iran-Contra scandal where Vice Admiral John M. Poindexter, the National Security Advisor under President Ronald Reagan, was tried for conspiracy, lying to Congress and obstruction of Congress. In 1989, he was appointed a special prosecutor to investigate election fraud and corruption in Chicago.

No timeline was given concerning Webb's investigation.

According to CBS News, also on August 23rd, 2019, Webb has served as a special prosecutor a total of six times and stated that he plans on using a special grand jury to assist in the investigation. That grand jury could decide if new charges are warranted.

"Early on in the case, I will be setting up interviews with certain witnesses that I think are key witnesses that are important to the case," Webb added.

Due to Dan Webb's prosecution, General Poindexter was convicted on April 7, 1990, of five counts of lying to Congress and obstructing the Congressional committees investigating the Iran–Contra affair, which were investigating the Reagan Administration's covert arms sales to Iran and the diversion of proceeds to insurgents fighting to overthrow the Sandinista government in Nicaragua. The convictions were reversed in 1991 on appeal[8] on the grounds that several witnesses against him had been influenced by his testimony before Congress, even though Congress had given him immunity for that testimony.[9]

As a federal prosecutor, Webb oversaw the “Operation Greylord” investigations into judicial misconduct in Cook County. Last year, Webb declined to represent President Donald Trump, citing “business conflicts.”

August 24th 2019

“Special prosecutor who will re-investigate Jussie Smollett announced”

Scott Campbell

LIES; Jussie Smollett and the Deep State Agenda:

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LIES is about Jussie Smollett and his most entertaining and politically significant scandal. Democratic and black LGBTQ poster boy, Jussie Smollett, is in big trouble. Updates in eBook form will be available periodically for a nominal fee. The date at the end of this description is the book ending date for you.Jussie’s hoax and court case gripped the nation. His charges were dismissed and the case sealed into secrecy only to be reopened a month later after petitions were filed. The Deep State hid something that they don’t want you to know about. LIES attacks those secrets directly and with evidence.Unusual, unpredictable and sometimes unbelievable, it’s a story that continues to get bigger and more important. Jussie’s circus is not going away because it tripped over itself into a quagmire of legal and political issues underlying the elections in 2020. President Trump is slamming “third rate actor” and “national disgrace” Smollett in his rallies because Jussie slandered millions of white male Trump supporters.LIES presents the facts about Jussie's scandal, summaries of important news articles, and provides insight, added meaning and opinions.Here is a brief summary of what you get with LIES. A Detailed Timeline, Deep State and Legal Analysis, Police Report and Bond Summaries, Opinions, Slams, and Motives. The full cast of characters- and suspects- includes Jussie Smollett, Jussie’s sister, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Kim Foxx, Tina Tchen, Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, Ola Osundairo, Bola Osundairo, George Soros, Lori Lightfoot, Rahm Emmanuel, Michael Skolnik, Joseph Magats, Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, President Trump, and Empire’s executives and stars. Jussie’s story becomes a detective mystery full of intrigue and pits the Deep State and its well-paid puppets against the American public. Anchoring the entire book is a detailed timeline that begins with Jussie’s birth. When you study his family tree, Jussie and Kamala Harris appear to be first cousins, once removed. The timeline continues with the start of his career and then the important background information leading up to the alleged attack by two white Trump supporters in the middle of a freezing Chicago night. LIES begins with the attack itself and the emotional national reaction it received in the news and social media. Then comes the turnaround. A team of a dozen or more detectives and police arrest two subjects, brothers Ola and Bola “Abel” Osundairo as the assailants. Far from white attackers, they are dark-skinned African-Americans of Nigerian descent who were extras on Empire.The Osundairo brothers tell a very different story to a grand jury than Jussie’s story. They say, under oath, that they knew Jussie, and that the attack was staged and a hoax. Jussie paid them and plotted with them.Instead of the victim, Jussie suddenly became the defendant, with sixteen felony charges of lying to the police.Jussie hired high-profile attorneys to join his circus act that came to the Chicago justice system and the charges were dropped which caused outrage and accusations of impropriety and corruption. Next comes a thorough account and analysis of the legal issues and research into the roles of Kim Foxx, George Soros, and Kamala Harris played in setting the stage for the scandal with “alternative justice.” It’s a fun ride into one of the most fascinating and unusual scandals in recent memory and is infused with some of the most important issues confronting America today. Several relevant history lessons are included about race relations. Since Trump will bring up Jussie’s case when the timing is right, Jussie will undoubtedly play a role in who wins in 2020….8/24/2019

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