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Minimum Security These Parts--The federal correctional camp at Oxford, Wisconsin, is home away from home for many of the judges and lawyers convicted in Operation Greylord. It's more comfortable than a penitentiary. But it's still a prison. October 06, 1988
Cardinal Sins June 04, 1987
Tools of Torture Tools of Torture Though he continues to deny it, Jon Burge tortured suspects while he was a Chicago police detective. Now his contemporaries from Vietnam reveal where he may have learned the tricks of his trade. February 03, 2005

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  • The Persistence of Andrew Wilson
  • The Persistence of Andrew Wilson

    A cop killer who fought to expose torture in the Chicago Police Department has died, but his testimony from beyond the grave could still help bring down its perpetrators.
  • Police Torture: Is This a Gag?

    The city's lawyers claim a gag order prevents them from discussing the strange deal they made to settle police torture lawsuits. There's no order.
  • Follow-Up: The Meter's Still Running and the Mayor's Still Mum

    Since 2003 the city has paid some $7 million in legal fees to fight five police torture lawsuits it probably can't win. The latest turn in this saga involves a secret settlement agreement designed to protect Daley.

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