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Richard J. "R.J." Vanecko's McHenry County Jail booking mug

His 60 days served, Vanecko leaves jail

Richard J. “R.J.” Vanecko finished his sentence Monday and left the McHenry County Jail.

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Another missing-files case for cops

A lieutenant at the heart of the Koschman missing-files mystery was involved in another investigation in which records went missing.

Dan K. Webb. | Tim Boyle/For Sun-Times Media

Webb: Who viewed hospital records?

Webb subpoenaed hospital about who accessed Koschman medical records.

Nanci Koschman. | Peter Holderness / Sun-Times

Mom sues, claiming ‘official coverup’

Suit accuses police, City Hall of an “official coverup . . . to protect the Daley family political dynasty.”

Nanci Koschman. | Peter Holderness / Sun-Times

‘Can’t let them get away with this again’

Angry since learning the police lied to her, Nanci Koschman says she’ll sue.

Special prosecutor Dan Webb  |  Sun-Times file photo

Special prosecutor’s bill: $1,134,496

Former U.S. Attorney Dan K. Webb billed $899,307, plus $235,189 in other expenses.

Richard J. "R.J." Vanecko's McHenry County Jail booking mug

Vanecko’s county jail bill: $16 a day

Feds pay $85 to hold people awaiting deportation there.

Illinois State Police director Hiram Grau. I Sun-Times library

Case was too hot for Quinn’s top cop

Newly obtained documents shed light on  why state police backed out of Koschman probe.

The Daley siblings at an exhibit in 2005 at the Daley Center about their late father, Mayor Richard J. Daley, (left to right) Cook County Commissioner John Daley, then-Mayor Richard M. Daley, William Daley, Michael Daley and Mary Carol Vanecko. | Sun-Times

15 questions Webb’s report doesn’t answer

Special prosecutor’s report leaves many questions unanswered — and raises some new ones — about police investigations.

Special prosecutor Dan Webb  |  Sun-Times file photo

Feds brought in on Koschman case

Special prosecutor who couldn’t charge cops with breaking state law turned to the FBI.