http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/6976804.htm Besides Philadelphia, cities like Detroit, Newark, Denver, and Atlanta have seen minority mayors and federal corruption probes seemingly timed to inflict maximum political damage, the Philadelphia Inquirer says. The paper says that the discovery of an FBI bug in Mayor John Street's office has raised questions of a possibly historical bias in the Justice Department and whether a probe seemingly instigated under a Republican administration and Attorney General John Ashcroft could be racially or politically motivated. The Inquirer concludes . . .
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