It took years because what Stenger is accused of is biz as usual in St. Louis City and St. Louis County. The Circuit Attorney and County Prosecutor turn a blind eye. Bob McCulloch turned a blind eye. Jennifer Joyce turned a blind eye. Reform prosecutors Wesley Bell and Kim Gardner both turned a blind eye, neither is investigating cronyism or corruption within the Mayor or County Executive’s offices or the St. Louis County Council or St. Louis Board of Aldermen. It took the Feds.

It took years because what Stenger is accused of is biz as usual in St. Louis City and St. Louis County. The Circuit Attorney and County Prosecutor turn a blind eye. Bob McCulloch turned a blind eye. Jennifer Joyce turned a blind eye. Reform prosecutors Wesley Bell and Kim Gardner both turned a blind eye, neither is investigating cronyism or corruption within the Mayor or County Executive's offices or the St. Louis County Council or St. Louis Board of Aldermen. It took the Feds.

Why it took years for authorities to investigate St. Louis’s County Executive

ST. LOUIS - The U.S. Attorney`s office Tuesday demanded thousands of documents and text messages from the County Executive`s office. A grand jury will now look at potential ties between Steve Stenger's campaign coffers and government contracts. Many of the contracts date back years and were approved...
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