Michael D. Cohen paid nearly $5.8 million to purchase the 22 Chicago taxi medallions over the last eight years, documents show.
Over past eight months, the father-in-law of embattled Trump attorney Michael D. Cohen has given at least $20 million in loans to Yasya Shtayner.
Agents sought information on Michael D. Cohen’s ties to the operators of Chicago Medallion Management Corp., which has offices in West Town.
A dozen of 22 cabs operated in Chicago by President Donald Trump’s personal attorney have been suspended by the city since Jan. 1 for no insurance.
THE WATCHDOGS: The FBI didn’t interview a key police figure during its extraordinary, year-and-a-half-long examination of the death of a Chicago cop.
A dozen cabs owned by President Donald Trump’s attorney Michael D. Cohen have been cited by the city of Chicago for undisclosed ordinance violations.
THE WATCHDOGS: Top debtor of failed Washington Federal Bank for Savings in Bridgeport seeks bankruptcy to avoid paying more than $20 million in loans.
THE WATCHDOGS: You can read the FBI’s reports on the deaths of two Chicago cops, Sgt. Donald Markham and his wife Officer Dina Markham, here.
THE WATCHDOGS: FBI files, other records obtained by the Sun-Times call into question Chicago Police Department finding that sergeant killed himself.
THE WATCHDOGS: A banker is found dead, the bank is shut down, and a lawyer for the banker’s widow suspects he was embezzling.
THE WATCHDOGS: Nine months after Ald. Edward M. Burke pushed for a city tax subsidy for Vienna Beef, he got a new client: Vienna Beef.
THE WATCHDOGS: Cook County medical examiner routinely fails to send investigators to the scene of suspicious deaths despite being law requiring that.
THE WATCHDOGS: State’s attorney’s office closes investigation without charging anyone in the mysterious death of Chicago police Sgt. Donald Markham.
Months after an Ald. Edward Burke fund-raiser for Kim Foxx’s state’s attorney’s run, her office OKed $2 million in tax refunds for a Burke client.
THE WATCHDOGS: An FBI expert found the circumstances of Sgt. Donald Markham’s mysterious death “are inconsistent with a self-inflicted gunshot wound.”