2Nov/200

Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi caught up in public corruption scandal!

Marty Watters, Investigative reporter

Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi who represents the 8th district of Illinois and is Chairman of the Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy should not be asking questions of witnesses regarding the dangers of asbestos.

He should be hauled in to answer questions himself.

And he might want to have a competent lawyer sitting next to him when that happens.

The line of questioning should start off something like this:

"Congressman Krishnamoorthi, you have been provided irrefutable proof that United Airlines illegally removed asbestos from its former World Headquarters and then illegally dumped it in a suburban neighborhood in your district, exposing countless men, women and children to this dangerous cancer-causing material.

"And for years now, you have been stonewalling and ignoring your constituents, United Airlines employees, material witnesses and the mayor of Rolling Meadows' pleas for help while the people in your district continue to be exposed to this dangerous hazard.

"Mr. Krishnamoorthi, why are you ignoring these very serious crimes being committed by United Airlines?

"Why are you protecting United and not your own constituents?

"Is it because United Airlines' Political Action Committee (PAC) as well as its crooked attorneys at Seyfarth Shaw, donated thousands of dollars to your political war chest?

"Mr. Krishnamoorthi, how long have you known about United's asbestos problem, and fact that the Evironmental Protection Agency (EPA) along with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have been trying to keep United's criminal activities a secret?

"Did you know about United's asbestos cover-up when Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan appointed you Special Assistant Attorney General in charge of the public corruption unit?

"Did you know that United Airlines had this enormous asbestos problem at its World Headquarters before taxpayers subsidized United's moving of its headquarters to the Willis Towers in downtown Chicago?

"And Mr. Krishnamoorthi, can you answer the question that completely stumped United Airlines management when they were asked about the signs that were posted at United's former WHQ informing its employees to avoid breathing airborne asbestos fibers?

https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/barbara-hollingsworth/united-airlines-warned-employees-avoid-breathing-airborne

"How do you avoid breathing airborne asbestos fibers in rooms you've already entered?

"Can you tell us?"

These are just a few questions that Congressman Krishnamoorthi should be forced to answer.

It really shouldn't require a congressional hearing to get answers to these simple question. Perhaps someone in Illinois "fake news media" could just ask the congressman.

Since the media is in possesion of the same evidence, don't hold your breath waiting for that.

But definitely do hold your breath when entering United Airlines buildings!

Much more to come…

An editor's response to charges of fake news

https://www.dailyherald.com/amp-article/20171001/business/171009925/

https://www.dailyherald.com/amp-article/20200910/discuss/200919975/

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