McHenry County Clerk candidate Joe Tirio was in court today again in a suit against Breaker Press.
That is the printer of the smear pieces claiming he had taken a vacation using a “slush fund,” as well as hired “cronies” from that source.
Breaker Press was the only traceable identification of the hit pieces by allies of Jack Franks during last March’s Republican Primary Election.
Delivered to Tirio attorney Philip Prossnitz by Break Press attorney Natalie Harris at today’s hearing was a motion to reconsider Judge Kevin Costello’s finding that Tirio had a right to learn who had paid Breaker Press to make the mailings.
A hearing was set for November 29th.
Judge Costello said that he would order rapid discover if he did not decide to overrule his previous decision.