Departed Inspector General predicts criminal prosecutions of Chicago pols

Faisal Khan has a history as a corruption fighter, a man who acted as inspector general of the City of New York under Mayors Giuliani and Bloomberg.  In 2010, he moved to the truly Big League of corruption, and accepted the newly-created job of Legislative Inspector General for the City of Chicago, to investigate corruption in the City Council.

That gig lasted five years, and he left because he saw his position as window dressing, nothing intended to yield actual results. So he turned over his files to the FBI, and now he is speaking out to the website Against the Current. In  the video below, he discusses the cases he has turned over to the FBI.

Hat tip: Peter von Buol