Reporters Strike Back!
But clearly there's some latent hostility on the part of the humble scribes who record Fitzgerald's exploits. How else to explain this, from the Chicago Tribune's online bulletin on the indictment (which, miraculously, appeared on the same day as the news event and was actually written by Tribune staffers):
The seven-count indictment was returned Thursday by a federal grand jury in Chicago.That's right. Sic, motherfucker!
"The investing public has a right to expect that officers and directors of publicly traded companies are managing, not stealing, the shareholder's (sic) money," U.S. Atty. Patrick Fitzgerald said in the statement.