Wednesday, February 15, 2012

The Fish Wrap: Good News For Bridgeport

It would appear, according to an item by CBS, that Bridgeport, Connecticut is not the most corrupt city in the country. That distinction falls to Chicago, Illinois, President Barack Obama’s old political stomping grounds:

“University of Illinois professor Dick Simpson estimates the cost of corruption at $500 million.

“It’s essentially a corruption tax on citizens who bear the cost of bad behavior (police brutality, bogus contracts, bribes, theft and ghost pay-rolling to name a few) and the costs needed to prosecute it.”


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