http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/6966676.htm The discovery of an electronic bug in the office of Philadelphia Mayor John Street has led to the revelation of a wide-ranging federal investigation of alleged corruption in City Hall, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. After the surveillance was disclosed via a "sweep" of the mayor's office, FBI agents seized records from people with political ties to Mayor Street to preserve possible evidence. Agents raided a small financial firm run by Street supporters, including one of Philadelphia's most . . .
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