@DN2, Of course the investigation will continue. With questions about
houseboats, golf trips million dollar lots. cement companies and Krispy creme.
There are many unanswered questions about Mr Swallow.
It is good the bar is saying they may reopen their investigation depending on
what the many other complaints are about. When you perceive all the
election campaigning promises Chief Deputy AG Swallow supposedly made such as
the April 7, 2012, recorded telephone conservation between Swallow and Aaron
Christner. Recorded conversations can be fabricated but I
haven't seen the AG deny that recording is his voice. The
Lieutenant Governor finally departed his many investigations to the wind due to
needing more money. This should be a hint for the elected AG to seek other
resolutions than to keep his office appearing to be muddied by his actions as
Chief Deputy Attorney General. It appears as if was doing actions for the then
Attorney General who appears to be out of this picture any type of investigation
nor depositions and documents.It seems as if there would be overflow
from the prior AG to the present AG even though this is not Illinois or Chicago.
Having lived in Illinois for 9 years there was always some investigation of
elected officials whether a federal or state investigation. President Lincoln
had his own team of rivals and put them into his administration.
Of course, the ongoing "investigations" are likely to stretch on for
years. After all, they are being conducted by lawyers billing by the hour. If they cannot find anything they will continue to search. And search,
until they finally find something, anything, to be able to claim they found some
wrongdoing. I bet Swallow will rue the day he neglected to clean up
after walking his dog a decade ago, or perhaps spitting on a sidewalk in grade
school. Not to mention an expired parking meter while in college.Remember, Democrats, and liberals, your demands for "investigations"
have set the new standard for such witch hunts in the future.