With Special Prosecutor Henry Tonigan’s unsuccessfully trying to link campaign contributions to McHenry County State’s Attorney Lou Bianchi to a dismissal of a misdemeanor charge against a man who had previously received the group’s report, the Pro-Life Pig Roast Sunday from 1-4 might yield some interesting conversation.
Although former Pro-Life Victory PAC head Sue Suedar denied in an affidavit that a quid pro quo existed and Quest investigator Patrick Hanretty agreed under oath before he disagreed under oath in front of confused court officials and audience in Rockford Friday, such a quid pro quo was part of the criminal indictment against Bianchi.
Tonigan has all but disappeared from the case, leaving his associate Thomas McQueen to present what remains of the case. The two have not submitted a bill since.
But, back to the pig roast.
This is where any candidate courting the pro-life vote in McHenry County ought to be Sunday afternoon.
Here’s a map showing where the event will be: