Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Whistleblower Annabel Melongo thanks bloggers (including me) who have reported about her case

Subject: Thanks
From: Annabel Melongo <>
Date: 10/24/2011 11:50 PM

Jason Haap, The Cincinnati Beacon
Lee Cary, The American Thinker
Peter M. Heimlich, The Sidebar
Stephen Lendman, The Stephen Lendman Blog

Dear Jason, Lee, Peter, and Stephen:

Last week I was released from Cook County Jail after Judge Steven J. Goebel granted my motion to be released under house arrest. I'm now living with a close friend and doing fine.

Under the provisions of Judge Goebel's order, I'm unable to discuss my case with representatives of the media, but I wanted to express my heartfelt gratitude for the articles you've written.


Annabel Melongo
Chicago, IL

SALF whistleblower’s atty: IL cop’s “fraud and perjury” led to her indictment!, Cincinnati Beacon, July 15, 2010

A Political Prisoner in Illinois? by Lee Cary, The American Thinker, September 20, 2010

Annabel Melongo: Victimized and Imprisoned by Stephen Lendman, January 5, 2011

After being held for 18 months in Cook County Jail for "eavesdropping," SALF whistleblower Annabel Melongo has been released under house arrest - and an Illinois senator wants to know what's been going on: "To say this whole case is troubling would be an understatement" by me, The Sidebar, October 21, 2011