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Chicago Official Joked About 'Safari' Tour to See Violence in Black Neighborhoods

Chicago Official Joked About 'Safari' Tour to See Violence in Black Neighborhoods

By Ray Long and Todd Lighty | Chicago Tribune

In a city scarred by a deep and troubling history with guns, a supervisor in the scandal-plagued water department used his city email account to negotiate firearms deals and make light of deadly Fourth of July violence in black neighborhoods by offering "Chicago Safari" tours, a new watchdog report revealed Monday.

The latest development in the ongoing investigation, which the Tribune first disclosed in May, emerged as Inspector General Joseph Ferguson detailed how ousted district water superintendent Paul Hansen emailed with individuals over personal purchases or sales of at least four firearms and five cars.

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