Saturday, February 25, 2012
Anthony Duffy, 47, pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about Mayor Daley's son, Patrick Daley being involved in a city sewer investment scheme
The one-time business partner of former Mayor Richard Daley’s son who was ensnared in a federal minority contract investigation has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his failure to disclose two key investors in a sewer company that got city work.
The two undisclosed investors previously have been identified by the Tribune as the former mayor’s son, Patrick Daley, and the mayor’s nephew, Robert G. Vanecko.
Anthony Duffy, 47, pleaded guilty Friday to lying to agents when he was queried about his failure to disclose information about two investors on economic disclosure statements he was required to file with the city on behalf of his company, Municipal Sewer Services.
The former Chicago Mayor, Richard Daley's relationship with his son Patrick Daley has been tense over the years after Richard learned of Patrick's "special friendship" with the former CPS Chief Ronnie Huberman.
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