Wednesday, September 26, 2007

THE FEDS AND FINNIGAN

Chicago cop charged with murder-for-hire
September 26, 2007
BY FRANK MAIN and ERIC HERMAN Staff Reporters
A Chicago Police officer facing charges of running a robbery crew with fellow cops is now charged in federal court with trying to arrange the murder of a former officer who was prepared to testify against him, prosecutors said.

Jerome Finnigan, 44, was arrested today and charged with using a telephone to commit murder-for-hire.


Read it in the Sun-Times Tribune, See it on CBS2, NBC5, ABC7

What can you say? It will be years before we as a department will recover from this scandal. Tonight will probably be a record in hits over at Second City Cop.

9 comments:

leomemorial said...

I posted this story on policelink, Sarge. You run a nice blog, too.

Anonymous said...

And he was saying this over the phone?

Anonymous said...

This really shouldnt be a shocker folks,this IS CHICAGO.

Anonymous said...

Your worst enemy will come at you with a smiling face.

leomemorial said...

>Your worst enemy will come at you with a smiling face.<

Your worst enemy is a cop wanting to kill his fellow brother/sister.

Anonymous said...

holyshnikey! what a friggin psycho

Anonymous said...

leomemorial said...
>Your worst enemy will come at you with a smiling face.<

Your worst enemy is a cop wanting to kill his fellow brother/sister.

Thu Sep 27, 09:52:00 PM

You mean like Vazquez??Anybody still think it was random street violence or a family member??

leomemorial said...

Why did this Vazquez thing disappear and get so hushed hushed? I know my from friends that are on the job, that big things that go down are conducted through HQ, but why all the silence? Our po memorial asked the Roe Conn show about donat9ing a billboard for the 3 cops killed, but no response from them, which is odd.

Anyone else have input?

Anonymous said...

To quote Malcolm X: "The chickens have finally come home to roost!!"

Please keep in mind that this is an open blog
that can and is read by people other than Chicago Police Officers.