Read the court documents from ComEd criminal charges that implicate Mike Madigan

An information and statement of facts filed in federal court Friday end a federal criminal investigation into a years-long bribery scheme. Read the complete legal documents here.

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ComEd will pay $200 million to end a federal criminal investigation into a years-long bribery scheme, the U.S. Attorney’s office announced Friday.

In doing so, it is admitting it arranged jobs, subcontracts and pay-offs for associates of “a high-level elected official for the state of Illinois.” That person is identified as “Public Official A” in a news release that implicates House Speaker Michael Madigan.

An information and statement of facts filed in federal court Friday end a federal criminal investigation into a years-long bribery scheme.

Read the complete documents here:

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