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Taxpayers paid for 7 business trips taken by then-Supt. Johnson and cop suing him for sex assault

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While he was Chicago’s police superintendent, Eddie Johnson went on at least seven out-of-town taxpayer-funded business trips with his female bodyguard who’s now accusing him of sexual assault, according to city travel records obtained by the Chicago Sun-Times.
Officer Cynthia Donald sued Johnson late Wednesday, contending he forced her to have sex — in his office and on work-related trips. Johnson denies her allegations. Frank Main and Mitch Dudek have the story…
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