Mike Gillen: Whistleblower?
If only Mark "I can't stand corruption" Sereni had been C-U's solicitor back then. There would have been a thorough internal investigation and the wrongdoers would already have been brought to justice.
But then, Sereni's buddy Keith Crego probably would have beenC-U's superintendent of schools. The mind reels.
CORRECTION: It is the state AGs office that is investigating Chester Upland. Not, the feds.
CLARIFICATION: It was C.U. Superintendent Gregory Thornton who told the Daily Times it was the FBI that requested documents and papers from the district. We screwed up. We believed him.