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Friday, January 14, 2011

The Sun Times "breaking" news.

This story from the Sun Times has certainly gained a lit of traction.

Chicago, the city that works, is also the city that keeps on paying city employees long after they’re convicted of corruption.

Nine former city employees were paid a total of $383,205 after they pleaded guilty or were found guilty in corruption cases, records show.

Seven of them were convicted in Operation Crooked Code, an investigation by federal authorities and the city inspector general’s office, for taking bribes from developers and construction contractors. 

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