Patrick J. Fitzgerald United States Attorney
United States Attorney's Office
Northern District of Illinois
Eastern Division 219 S. Dearborn St., 5th Floor
Chicago, IL 60604
Phone: (312) 353-5300 Fax: (312) 353-2067
Dear Mr. Fitzgerald,
First let me say how big a fan I am of your work! I thought Conrad Black was gonna walk for sure, and heck I didn’t think anyone could get Scooter Libby in court, let alone a conviction, man you are my hero! Anyway, I’ll skip further pleasantries and get to the purpose of my letter. R. KELLY!!!
O.K., we will look over the fact that he should have been brought up on federal charges for the “In the Closet” series (didn’t he break some RICO laws or something with that? Dominating the air waves by making one song last 12 months?), but lets talk about this “Child Pornography” charge. I know he is innocent till proven guilty, but it appears that with the
Crook Cook County States Attorney taking his sweet time to prosecute this case, guilt just ain’t gonna get proven if he is in fact guilty. If you would prosecute the case in Federal court (maybe for him taking the child porn across state lines) it would be better for R. Kelly (henceforth referred to as “Kels”) and the victim. We know you would have a “speedy” trial, and if he is in fact not guilty ( as most Black women in Chicago keep insisting for some odd reason), it would be over and Kels could immediately get in production with “Out of the Courtroom” 1-12, and fun could be had by all!! B. uffoon E. ntertainment T.elevision could do a reality show on the trial AND the after party!
I know you are familiar with
Crook Cook County and its “way” of doing things, I just fear that Kels gave one of Todd Stroger’s some importaant person's family members a job carrying music equipment to the studio making six figures which might influence the outcome of this trial, maybe you could get two birds with one stone (wink, wink)!!
Anyway, keep up the good work!
Your fan DJ Black Adam