Lou Bianchi, “Free at Last,” Set for Announcement at Fund Raiser Thursday Night

Bill Parrot, a man who attended the specially prosecuted criminal trials of McHenry County State’s Attorney Lou Bianchi, writes the following.

Considering that Bianchi is holding a fund raiser at Boulder Ridge this evening (cost $75 a person/$125 per couple, walk-ins welcomed), it seems appropriate to publish it.

Rumor has it that Bianchi will announce whether or not he is running for a third term as State’s Attorney or whether he considers two directed verdicts of acquittal by Winnebago County Judge Joseph McGraw (meaning there was not enough evidence presented by the Special Prosecutor to require a defense to be presented) is vindication enough.


Bill Parrot hold microphone for Bill Perry at Patriots United Town Hall Meeting on Health Care.

Perhaps now that the final chapter in the total vindication of State’s Attorney Louis Bianchi has been written, real justice will descend upon those most responsible for this abject misuse of taxpayer dollars.

Over an arduous two-year period, this principled honest public servant has been the target of unscrupulous, sinister bottom-feeders dominating politics in McHenry County.

May the facts borne out during an unprecedented second bench trial, exonerating a dedicated virtuous man, provide bright sunlight to expose that political good-old-boy network and the sycophantic print/broadcast media so deeply invested in underwriting their focused agenda.

That same “silent majority” so minimized and ridiculed in the 70s slumbers no longer, has awakened and arisen to oppose the sleaze inherent with “business as usual”.

In this particular case, the truth has indeed set us ALL free.


Lou Bianchi, “Free at Last,” Set for Announcement at Fund Raiser Thursday Night — 3 Comments

  1. The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion. ~Proverbs 28:1

  2. What a great day it is to wake up, read the blog and see the truth is there for anyone with an open mind to see.

    The very telling decision in Lou Bianchi’s case, the independence of people like Mr. Parrot, Cal, and the FEN should start the clock running to vote good, decent people into office. The “good old boys” have sucked the taxpayers dry; time to retire them and the ugliness they brought to this county. They can take their newspaper with them, while they’re at it. None will be missed.

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