Victor Crown is asking for four years of tax returns from Chicago City Workers. The City workers are lining up in the 4600 block of North Francisco. I strongly urge all city workers to be careful and make sure you review any changes to your taxes with your tax preparation specialist. Victor has been telling folks he is a special appointee of the Federal Courts for many years. Victor Crown is not a lawyer or a CPA. Make sure anyone that prepares your tax form to sign the paperwork. Proceed with caution. I will look into this myself and report back. Patrick McDonough.
Dear Mr. Inspector General, during your residency investigations, please make darn sure you know the employee's intent before you accuse a person of not being a resident of the City of Chicago. The alleged residency violations your office made were based on a lack of physical presence at a Chicago residence. Simply put, if your investigators did not see the employee on the days you said investigators were present, that employee was suggested for termination. I hope you understand, when you make these accusations, you financially destroy a person's life. Many employees just retired or quit rather than face the uphill fight. I know the 'intent" will be hard to prove, but when laws are changed for the privilege and clouted, some unintended consequences might occur. It is time to get a lawyer to challenge the residency laws in Chicago. Enough lives have been destroyed by this unmoral law. The workers need to "unite in flight". Patrick McDonough (to ex-governor Thompson on the Roe Cohn show today, shut the f-up. Worry about Ryan dumb azz)