Monday, August 06, 2012
Mark Guethle, Political Mafia Boss, Parties with Corrupt Politicians at the Expense of Workers
As part of an ongoing investigation into the Corruption of Aurora, we recently featured a story about political mafia kingpin Chuck Anderson (aka "Shorty") who works for the Painters Union and is a close friend and fundraiser for corrupt Aurora Mayor Tom Weisner.
Many viewers contacted us to say Mark Guethle (aka "the Bully") is equally part of the corruption problem in Aurora and across Kane County.
Guethle (aka "the Bully), handles "Government Affairs" for the Painters Union, which means it's his job to take thousands extracted from poor painters and workers to stuff into the pockets of corrupt politicians and use the money to intimidate or beat ethical or taxpayer-protecting candidates, including Democrats who don't play by the rules of the political mafia.
Unfortunately for taxpayers in North Aurora, Guethle is also a village trustee there and buddies with dishonest and profane trustee Chris Faber.
Guethle and Anderson (aka "Shorty") party hard at the expense of poor workers with corrupt politicians, who reward them at the expense of taxpayers.
Above, Guethle is pictured with Chicago's longtime King of Corruption, Richard Daley II, who created Chicago's worst fiscal crisis in history with wild spending, increased taxes, skyrocketing debt, rewarding cronies and buddies with contracts and exploiting taxpayers.
Weisner's has many friends of the political mafia like The Bully (Guethle) and Shorty (Anderson), but others as well, such as Raghuveer Nayak (recently indicted by the Feds) and Bill Abolt, mastermind of the Hired Truck Scandal in Chicago.
So, if anyone doubts Chicago's corruption and political mafia is limited to Chicago, welcome to Aurora, where thanks to Tom Weisner and his friends, corruption is second to none.