First Lady's cousin is named director of security for Chicago Public Schools

May 1, 2009
Michael Shields is a 21-year police veteran

From The Chicago Sun-Times: There's a new sheriff in town at Chicago Public Schools, and it's a cousin of Michelle Obama. Michael Shields, a 21-year Chicago Police veteran, has been named the school system's director of security. He replaces Andres Durbak, who had held the post for nearly a decade.

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