In March of this year, OpenCdA put up a post titled Of Course, It Could Never Happen Here… It briefly noted the conviction of a Cuyahoga County (Cleveland), Ohio, Commissioner named Jimmy Dimora on racketeering and 32 corruption charges.
Today, Cleveland.com, the online voice of The Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper, is reporting that one of the two case agents, SA Christine Oliver, is being transferred out of Ohio. Although the story is an appropriate tribute to her, it also provides additional information into how long it takes to assemble solid public corruption cases. This one was characterized as the biggest public corruption case in Ohio history.
Hopefully she was transferred to the office of her choice! Dues paid!