Monday, October 04, 2004

Grand jury seeks records of top Blagojevich adviser:
"A federal grand jury is looking into the work, income and travel records of a top fiscal adviser to the Blagojevich administration.
Spokeswoman Becky Carroll of the governor's budget office says a grand jury has subpoenaed the records of Ronald Picur , who's been paid 280-thousand-dollars as an adviser to the governor's budget office.
Picur is also on the faculty of the University of Illinois at Chicago.
The subpoena sent in May also calls for the governor's budget office to turn over expense reports, consulting agreements and Picur's entire personnel file.
Picur says he hasn't done anything wrong and doesn't know why the subpoena was issued."

--- I am sure there is nothing to this. Nothing to see or notice here, move along.


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