The [Wednesday] Papers
"Documents filed by the Attorney General's office indicate new evidence has been uncovered against several former Penn State officials, including Graham Spanier and Gary Schultz," KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh reports.
"In documents obtained by KDKA-TV investigators, the Attorney General's Office indicates former vice president Schultz kept a secret file with allegations regarding Sandusky and sex abuse. This comes after an NBC report alleges Spanier did not report alleged abuse because it would be humane to Sandusky to not report the matter."
"David Hoffman, whom Emanuel named to the five-member board of his infrastructure trust Monday, said it doesn't matter that the mayor rejected the idea of having the panel covered by state transparency laws."
You know what? It does matter - unless the politically ambitious Hoffman is personally put in charge of responding to records requests and keeping meetings open to the public.
Instead, Hoffman's already been marginalized.
"I don't know how that would work, having these meetings, as we work through these issues, be open," says board chairman James Bell.
"I think we will have some of those meetings where it will be counterproductive to do everything in the open," says Ald. John Pope, the city council's representative on the board.
Then there's Diana Ferguson, who is identified as a former Sara Lee executive but not by her more recent former position as the obfuscating chief financial officer of CPS.
Finally, there's labor leader Jorge Ramirez, identified in February by the Sun-Times as a member of Rahm's inner circle.
In fact, the time-frame for the rebuilding process they've begun is so long they oughta close Wrigley Field for repairs until 2017 when they're ready to field a real team again.
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Posted on June 13, 2012
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