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REVEALED: Chicago cops kept top city officials in the dark with a secret budget — and used it to spy

The Chicago Police Department finds itself at the center of yet another corruption scandal after racking up a secret budget of nearly $72 million in cash and assets since 2009, the Chicago Reader revealed. The money was obtained through the CPD’s use of civil asset forfeiture, which allows...
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