Federal Prosecutors Want Schock Informant Kept Secret
Federal prosecutors in Aaron Schock's corruption case want to keep information about their informant in his office secret. Prosecutors asked a judge late on Tuesday to keep information about their informant away from Schock's legal team. The prosecutors say the former Congressman's lawyers are looking for anything that could point to government misconduct. Schock is facing a July trial on charges that he stole from taxpayers and lied on campaign and Congressional expense reports.