J-Fed Changes the Law
Cuello should have known what was going on in her condo, just like all the other landlords in Chicago are expected to know what's going on in their rental apartments.
They don't get to plead "I didn't know" when fed-up neighbors finally contact the alderman or complain about the problem at a CAPS meeting.
These residents expect property owners to carefully screen their tenants and move quickly to evict problem renters.
So how could Chicago's top cop, the guy who was supposed to clean up the police department, defend his top brass for doing less?
"I just don't see where there is any culpability," Weis said.
- "I just don't see where there is any culpability," Weis said.
That budget hole Daley's been talking about? Do you think it's going to get a bit bigger if lawyers start using J-Fed's words in their defense arguments and appeals? We do, and it's all courtesy of J-Fed's embracing two different standards of accountability.
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