Last Chicago cop facing discipline in David Koschman case loses appeal to block the Chicago Police Board from acting on recommended year’s suspension.
THE WATCHDOGS: FBI files, other records obtained by the Sun-Times call into question Chicago Police Department finding that sergeant killed himself.
The statement Daley crafted four years ago came as he and other Daley family members were being interviewed by lawyers working under attorney Dan Webb
The storm brought five straight days of rain, totaling close to 52 inches, the heaviest tropical downpour ever recorded in the continental U.S.
THE WATCHDOGS: It’s one more irregularity in a case the FBI has been investigating for months.
The last cop facing discipline in David Koschman case has been paid more than $37,000 for overtime while on desk duty as he fights year’s suspension.
An apparent loophole in union contract Emanuel administration signed could mean arbitrator, not Chicago Police Board, decides Koschman cop’s fate.
A Chicago cop facing suspension over the David Koschman case says City Hall waited too long to punish him, so his suspension should be dropped.
A judge denied City Hall permission to release records of a grand jury investigation that led to a manslaughter conviction in David Koschman’s death.
Two Chicago police supervisors trained detectives while under investigation over handling of the David Koschman case, the Chicago Sun-Times has found.
A watchdog group urges a judge to make public all records the David Koschman special prosecutor gathered, but the prosecutor wants it all kept secret.