One of Jack Franks’ election night guests, caught on camera by the Northwest Herald and published on its front page last Saturday, was Sean Tenner.
Tenner of KNI was identified in Judge Kevin Costello’s court last Friday, along with Michael Noonan, as those involved in the printing of the Illinois Integrity Fund’s hit pieces against McHenry County Clerk candidate Joe Tirio.
Now a McHenry Times article on what happened when Breaker Press President Richard Lewandowski decided he would give up identifying information, rather than go to jail for contempt of court reports Tenner’s reaction:
“I did not—nor did anyone with my firm—write, design, print, mail or pay for the mailers in question.”
Was it Mike Noonan who put together the hit pieces?
And who gave him the idea of referring to the Recorder of Deeds Automation fund as a “slush fund?”
Who concluded that the four people hired through the Fund’s money were “patronage” employees?
There are so many questions to be asked?