Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Rahm and The Mob: Chicago Mob ties mount on O’Hare cleaning contractor

The Chicago Sun-Times reports on Rahm Emanuel's association with the Chicago Mob:
A high-ranking employee of the contractor who recently won a $99.4 million janitorial contract with Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration once served a prison sentence after he was charged in the same corruption case as late Chicago mob boss Anthony “Big Tuna” Accardo.
There's more:
Paul A. Fosco was convicted on racketeering charges in 1987, sentenced to a 10-year prison term and left federal prison in 1993, public records show. He now is an executive vice president of United Service Companies, according to his profile posted on the LinkedIn networking website.
The Sun-Times credits the work of Mother Jones in 1980 with help on this story. For more on Chicago Democrats and the Chicago Mob click on this, and this massive RICO indictment by the Justice Department.