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Proviso Probe

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

CRIME, Melrose Park has felon as aux cop [MP]

Technically felons aren't supposed to be working as cops. But if the chief of police is your buddy (and former partner in crime), felons can get job offers. And if the State's Attorney isn't going to enforce the law... It's like pro wrestling. Conduct is only against the rules if one is caught and the rules are enforced.

See Melrose Park Herald (John Huston).
A village spokesman said the matter was investigated six years ago by the Cook County State's Attorney's Office and nothing was ever done.

One more bullet in the argument that Proviso Township gets a separate and unequal level of protection from the State's Attorney.

3 Comments:

  • PROVISO WEST BOOSTER PARENT SAID:
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    THIS DOES NOT SUPRISE ME BECAUSE IT IS OK FOR A FELON TO BE ON A BOARD OF EDUCATION. WHY IS THIS AND WHO CAN CHANGE THIS RULE OR LAW. WHY DO WE HAVE THESE KIND OF PEOPLE IN THE MIDST OF OUR CHILDREN. THEY ARE CRIMINALS AND JUST COMMITING CRIME ON SCHOOL BOPARDS

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:17 PM, March 01, 2006  

  • "There is no limit to what you can do if you have the power to change the rules." -Josh Marshall

    By Anonymous MATC, at 7:41 AM, March 02, 2006  

  • If it happened in melrose park, we here in forest park should be seeing it within the next couple of months. Of course unless ronnie removes his hand from calerones a$$ and hangs his favorite puppet up on the shelf now that it doesn't get the job done like it used to.

    By Blogger watching & waiting, at 1:44 AM, March 04, 2006  

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