Officer turns informant after corruption investigation

Has been cooperating with feds as an undercover investigator for 4 years with good results

By Mark Brown
Chicago Sun-Times

CHICAGO — For four years a Chicago Police officer caught up in a federal investigation of public corruption and gun trafficking has been working undercover as a crooked cop - and for the second day in a row federal authorities rolled out the fruits of his labors.

While the nine individuals he's helped reel in so far have been relative bluegills in the shark-infested waters of Chicago politics, every indication is that federal authorities have yet to reveal the full extent of his work.

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