You have to wonder at whom the Chicago Sun-Times editorial board is aiming its repetitive editorials that McHenry County Circuit Court Judge Maureen McIntyre.
It certainly can’t be her constituents, because the Sun-Times’ circulation in McHenry County wasn’t large enough to run a story on the FBI killing of a prospective bank robber in Richmond.
Maybe this is the paper’s way of encouraging the Judicial Inquiry Board to act quickly in its deliberations concerning, presumably, her divorce from her husband in Boone County in which, reportedly, she kept most of the family assets and her ex- managed to avoid business debts.
In any event, here’s the paper’s main pitch:
“Never preside over a trial involving questions of ethical misb4ehavior when you yourself are burdened by questions of ethical misbehavior.”