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David Olsen, a Downers Grove Republican and College of Du Page board member, has since been appointed to fill Sandack's seat in the Illinois House and take his spot on the ballot. The governor has declined to weigh in on Sandack's departure — a sharp contrast to the kind words he offered former Sen.Matt Murphy, another top ally who recently announced his resignation to join a public affairs firm.Sandack is not the first Du Page County politician to become embroiled in controversy over inappropriate online activity.In 2013, the former police chief of Villa Park lost his bid to become mayor after he acknowledged that photos that surfaced on an Internet sex site, of a man staring into a webcam and of exposed genitals, were of him, prompting the candidate to apologize to his family and supporters.A suburban Republican lawmaker known for throwing plenty of verbal jabs during the 18-month stalemate at the Capitol said Monday that he abruptly resigned because politics is getting "too ugly." Rep. Bruce Rauner, said he made his decision to step down from the Illinois...
He also provided screen shots of conversations with the woman, exchanges that were also blacked out in the report.
But what if a guest is sleeping on your sofa, and likely using that room to dress?
The author of this Fusion article describes that very situation: A person sleeping on a friend’s sofa for a few weeks discovered that she was being recorded by a Dropcam (the precursor to the Nest Cam).
The fake social media accounts popped up after Sandack accepted a friend request and exchanged several messages on Facebook with an unknown woman, who later demanded money."This past July, I was the target of an international crime ring focusing on high-profile individuals luring them to engage in inappropriate online conversations with the intent of extortion," Sandack said in a statement released Friday.
"I took their bait and fell for it hook, line and sinker." A suburban Republican lawmaker known for throwing plenty of verbal jabs during the 18-month stalemate at the Capitol said Monday that he abruptly resigned because politics is getting "too ugly." Rep. Bruce Rauner, said he made his decision to step down from the Illinois...