FBI Bug Shakes up Philadelphia Mayor Race
The close contest for mayor of Philadelphia became more heated this week, when a high-tech surveillance device was found in the office of incumbent John Street. The FBI has reportedly said the mayor is not the target of the bugging, but the incident has raised questions of possible corruption in his administration. Hear Brad Linder of member station WHYY.
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