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 the ripe old age of 90, shortly before her passing. 2010 was also a time for new life, as my family welcomed a new member. Of course, I do not want to leave out that our part-time contributing author, Conrad Black, was reunited with his loved ones, which I find very pleasing.
Let us pray for my late grandmother and ask for God’s blessings to continue to help her, now that she is in her new life with the Lord. Some of you know that if it were not for my grandmother’s generosities to me over the years, I might not have been able to sustain the pressures placed upon me by the Chicago Outfit. Just as importantly I ask for prayer for some of my grandmother’s children, who in recent days learned the true depths of my grandmother’s tender kindness to me. My grandmother loved all of her children equally; however, she cared for me as much as if I were one of them. I thank my grandmother for being my Angel.
In the New Year I intend to write many more pieces on organized crime in Chicago. The scope of my stories is limited, as I tend to write about matters regarding my very own personal experiences. Luckily this constraint is offset by the vast number of interesting events I have either witnessed or been told about. The Outfit is a popular topic here at American News Post and I am as eager to appease my readers as I am dedicated to exposing evil people. I have promised my grandmother that I would endeavor to bring all of the villains who have assailed me and my family to justice as swiftly as possible. Dr. Joseph Giacchino is my prime interest for 2011.