Feds had staffer of Rep. Aaron Schock secretly record him

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The feds had a congressional staffer in the office of then Rep. Aaron Schock secretly record the congressman as part of the federal investigation of him, according to a court filing Tuesday by Schock’s lawyers.

The defense attorneys allege that in addition to the secret recordings, the confidential informant stole records from the office, downloaded computer records there and tried to obtain additional records that were attorney work product.

Prosecutors intend to use some of the recording at Schock’s criminal trial, the defense lawyers say.

More details to come.


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