Convicted But Still on the Payroll

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.

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Simply unbelievable.

Another clear example of how one no is looking out the taxpayer.  When people have had enough they will toss all the bums out of the city counsel and demand more from their elected representatives.