What will Webb's report reveal about Koschman case?
January 31, 2014 11:09PM
Former U.S. Attorney, Dan Webb talks to the media at the Rolling Meadows Courthouse on Friday, Jan. 31, 2014. | Brian O'Mahoney/For Sun-Times Media
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What led the police to change their findings between 2004 and 2011? That’s one of many questions that Dan K. Webb, the court-appointed special prosecutor in the Koschman case, is expected to answer in a 162-page report of his findings into how police and prosecutors handled the case.