Henry Tonigan, the Special Prosecutor named by then-Associate Judge Gordon Graham to probe political use of the State’s Attorney’s Office by Lou Bianchi, has billed again.
This time it is his associate, Thomas McQueen, who was the big winner.
He bagged $48,120.60 more than twice as much as his boss, Tonigan.
Tonigan, at least titularly the guy in charge of the investigation, only billed $21,798.74.
The agency doing the ground work, Quest, put in for almost as much, $20,873.
Judge Graham’s court order is below:
The three months’ bill for December, January and February is still outstanding.
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Photo credits: Pete Gonigan, First Electric Newspaper.