Brown Takes Aim at Daley's Work As State's Attorney
Victims' Group Members Claim They Took Alleged Priest Misconduct to Daley

NBC 5 [Chicago IL]
February 18, 2007

In Chicago's mayoral race, candidate Dorothy Brown has taken aim at what Mayor Richard M. Daley did or didn't do when he was state's attorney.

Brown appeared Sunday with a group of victims of alleged priest sexual abuse.

The members claim they took their cases to the office of the state's attorney in the late 80s, when Daley held that post, and they claim nothing was done.

NBC5 called the mayor's office for comment but had not received a response by early Sunday night.


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