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William “Bill” Daddono III

Posted on 25. Mar, 2011 by in Organized Crime


I recently learned some information that sheds a great deal of light on a matter that I am trying to work out. I am sorry that I am not comfortable going into details on it at this time. While I have been thinking about my situation, I began to analyze a man that was once an […]

The Planning Of An Outfit Hit Caught On Tape

Posted on 29. Jan, 2011 by in Organized Crime


American News Post’s readers should recall that on December 16, 2010, Susan Nolen wrote an article titled ATTENTION PUBLIC: Joe Messino Threatened Joseph Fosco’s Life, which tells about a murderous threat I received on the evening of December 14, 2010. Please be advised that Messino’s residential address, which is listed in the article hyperlinked above, […]

Breaking News: Conrad Black’s Visit To Court Today

Posted on 13. Jan, 2011 by in Current Events


I had an opportunity to visit with Conrad Black at his court hearing early this afternoon. After Conrad’s uneventful status hearing, we both walked quickly to our awaiting vehicles as we discussed some very important matters. Apparently, one of his wife’s dogs had a serious medical procedure performed at the University of Florida at Gainesville. […]

Happy New Year From The Publisher – 2011

Posted on 02. Jan, 2011 by in Announcements


The year 2010 was a unique year in my life. As some of you may have realized, I took the last couple of months of 2010 off, primarily to reenergize after an extraordinarily vigorous year. I seem to have conquered an extremely serious personal struggle. I was fortunate to see my very beautiful grandmother reach […]

KTF Media Group Welcomes Betty Loren-Maltese, Former Town President Of Cicero, Illinois, As Our Latest Literary Contributor

Posted on 15. May, 2010 by in Announcements


For those of you that do not know me, I am Betty Loren-Maltese, the former Town President of Cicero, Illinois. I have recently made the decision to be a literary contributor to KTF Media Group because of some common experiences that I happen to share with the Publisher, Mr. Joseph Fosco, and part-time contributor Conrad […]

Chicago Outfit Boss John “No Nose” DiFronzo Ordered Rudy Fratto And Others To Murder Teamster Official Senese

Posted on 08. Apr, 2010 by in Organized Crime

Dominic Senese

When I was a little kid, my dad used to tell me about a friend of his that smoked one carton of cigarettes a day. This person was a fellow by the name of Dominic Senese. Like my father, Dominic was the secretary-treasurer of a Chicago based local for the Teamsters. In fact, the interests […]

The Pope ‘Speaks Out’ On Child Abuse, But Does Little Else

Posted on 12. Feb, 2010 by in Current Events

In the recent wake of yet another child abuse scandal, Pope Benedict XVI spoke out strongly, condemning the unconscionable actions of predator clergy. He said that while it is the duty of the Church and her followers to protect children, “unfortunately, in different instances, certain of its members went against this commitment and violated rights.” […]

Fosco, Burris And Roe Take Over Tin Pan Alley

Posted on 24. Dec, 2009 by in Politics

In the vein of socio-political shenanigans perpetrated by such Cook County political greats as Roland Burris and Joseph Fosco I would like to offer my cover rendition of Winter Wonderland. For those who can’t hum along by memory, here’s Bing Crosby crooning along in merry melody. Enjoy. — Congress is in, are you listening? All […]

Is Village of River Grove Corporate Counsel Bart A. Smith On The Payroll Of Chicago Mob Boss John DiFronzo?

Posted on 17. Nov, 2009 by in Organized Crime

On November 16, 2009, Village of River Grove Corporation Counsel, Bart A. Smith, contacted KTF Media Group via e-mail. Their inquiry was in response to my article titled Is River Grove, Illinois, Police Chief Rodger Loni On The Chicago Outfit’s Payroll? Apparently, Mr. Smith is taking issue with my article. Smith is requesting the following […]

Conrad Black Speaks Out On Chicago Corruption, With Joseph Fosco’s Vigilance In Mind

Posted on 17. Nov, 2009 by in Analysis, History

American politics is suffering acutely from the gridlock of entrenched officeholders and election financing controlled by special interests. Over 300 of the 435 congressional districts almost never change partisan hands. Most congressmen have safely gerrymandered districts, receive the bulk of their financial support from one or a few sources, and are reliable legislative supporters of […]