More Coli Corruption Fallout in Chicago

In the wake of John Coli's indictment on the charge of taking employer payoffs, Illinois Joint Council 25 has dumped his hand-picked replacement Becky Strzechowski and appointed Terry Hancock as Joint Council 25 president. 

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Strzechowski, who is Coli's protégé was chosen over Hancock on July 10 in a split vote by the JC 25 executive board.

But that was before Coli was indicted by the feds on July 12 on charges of taking $100,000 in employer payoffs.

Now, Coli faces a prison term of up to 20 years if convicted of extortion, and Strzechowski faces a revolt in Joint Council 25.

Coli installed his son as the new president of Local 727. 

The move to dump Strzechowski is the latest evidence of the infighting within the Hoffa leadership. Strzechowski has vowed to challenge her ouster.

Read the Chicago Sun Times report: New Teamsters Union Chief Becky Strzechowski Gets the Boot


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  • commented 2017-12-05 23:07:43 -0500
    The whole lot of them MUST GO
  • commented 2017-10-31 10:42:29 -0400
    " perception vs. reality "

    The guy is 1 generation from undebatable organized crime in labor….who would think his career would end like this …
    GASP
    only in a organization whose principle officer is ‘Owned’
    Does it play out like this..great job
    Ei EI Yo
  • commented 2017-07-20 21:17:48 -0400
    “Very large shoes to fill”..,

    I beg to differ..,
    More like very large dufflebags to
    fill !!
  • commented 2017-07-18 13:03:56 -0400
    “What can one say”

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