Pete Gonigam’s Article on Zinke Report Decision

The reporting on Thursday’s court hearing before Judge Thomas Meyer by The First Electric Newspaper Editor and Publisher Pete Gonigam is worth reading. You can find his comments on the Freedom of Information Act case about the former Sheriff Keith … Continue reading

Gonigam Gets Permission to See Summary of Zinke Exoneration Report

Because the sound system is so bad, I can’t be sure what was said in the courtroom of Thomas Meyer Thursday morning. But I think he ruled that the Sheriff’s Office had waived its right to use an excuse in … Continue reading

Zinke Switches Lawyers in License Plate Look-Up Case

Yesterday, the photo of the Chicago Police Office who lost her job appeared on McHenry County Blog. She looked up the names license plate owners on the official Law Enforcement Agencies Data System (LEADS) for a Boone County recreational development … Continue reading

Sheriff’s Campaign Contributions – Zinke Reports Contributions from Jail Medical Services Provider

Considering that former McHenry County Sheriff’s candidate Andy Zinke was conducting a discovery recount after the close Republican Primary Election during the second quarter of 2014, let’s look at his campaign committee’s financial records, too. (Winner Bill Prim’s were written … Continue reading

Sheriff’s Campaign Contributions – Prim Scores Some Zinke Contributors

I’ve been remiss at looking at the summer campaign contributions of various candidates and office holders. Today, we’ll take a look at the McHenry County Sheriff’s race, first at the man who won the McHenry County Sheriff’s Republican Party Primary … Continue reading