We must be psychic again. We do a little piece on how Judge Anita Rivkin-Carothers (auntie to aldercreature Ike and recently made CPD Lieutenant Anthony
) is connected to Larry Hoover and not even hours later, this article pops up in the Times
A former Gangster Disciples enforcer is a paid consultant for a Cook County judge running for election -- a relationship that one of the judge's opponents calls disturbing.
Michael B. Hyman was appointed in 2006 to fill a vacant judgeship and is running for election Feb. 5 against three opponents, including Brian Sexton, supervisor of the Cook County state's attorney's gang crimes unit.
Last fall, Hyman's campaign paid former gang enforcer Wallace "Gator" Bradley $11,500 for "community relations" and consulting, state election records show.
Bradley, a convicted felon and admitted enforcer for the gangster disciples, in bed with a judge. Now why doesn't Frank Main do a little more leg work and find another judge with the same connections, but a little higher up on the food chain? Once again, Frank is demonstrating by his inaction and half story that the Chicago media will do nothing to upset the status quo and show anything that might be interpreted as pointing out who's really pulling the strings in this town.
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