Another city hall scandal in Chicago?
The FBI last week picked up the computers and files of departing Legislative Inspector General Faisal Kahn.
Kahn, who served as the council’s internal watchdog, forwarded complaints that are “criminal in nature” to outside agencies, including the FBI, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Kahn would not elaborate.
“I don’t know if and when these cases will result in charges,” Khan said. “I simply would like to see them resolved appropriately, and then the public can see what exactly the (office of legislative inspector general) worked on and what the results of those investigations are.”
Kahn’s four-year term ended Monday, and the council has yet to replace him.
It remained unclear Tuesday what the subject of the investigation was.