Commentary — 02 April 2010

Mo’Kelly (like everyone else) thought maybe it was an April Fools joke.  But it has come from a number of reliable sources that the Internal Revenue Service has been camped out at the Chicago headquarters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority for the better part of a week.

No editorial commentary to be made.  When the IRS shows up, there’s not too much Mo’Kelly (or Barbara McKinzie for that matter) can say.  McKinzie may not open the books to the members of her own sorority, but she damn sure will be opening them up to the federal government.

It seems one Barbara A. McKinzie was celebrating a bit too prematurely.  Not only that, this is assuming that the Illinois Attorney General doesn’t also ratchet up an investigation of McKinzie’s other activities.  Mo’Kelly will share more when Mo’Kelly knows more.

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