Supreme Court Lets Cops’ Lawsuit Against Chicago Sun-Times Proceed

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The Supreme Court spurned a Chicago Sun-Times appeal that seeks to throw out a lawsuit brought by cops resulting from its investigation of the cover-up of an involuntary manslaughter case involving the then-mayor’s nephew.


As is its custom, the court didn’t give reasons Monday as to why it was letting litigation proceed in a dispute about whether the paper violated officers’ privacy when it published information about them taken from state driver license records.


The cops argue that the paper thus violated a federal law that aims to protect driver license data.

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