Michael J. Anderson is the newly-appointed special agent in charge of the FBI's Chicago field office, and he characterizes the Windy City as "target rich" for criminal investigations into public corruption as reported by Jason Meisner for the Chicago Tribune:
"Chicago has always been in the forefront, unfortunately," Anderson said in his first comments since his promotion was announced in September. "The corruption in Chicago is very diverse. Federal, state, municipal and law enforcement, you name it."
Maybe the FBI should query whether the Sinaloa cartel which controls the drug trade in Chicagoland has any elected politicians, police officers or other public officials in its pocket.
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