City Hall smells a rat behind the Northwest Side home of Gov. Blagojevich -- and it has nothing to do with the corruption charges leveled against the governor.
Earlier this week, Chicago Sun-Times photographer John White shot a picture of the governor ducking out of his Ravenswood Manor home to avoid passing through a news media gauntlet.
he photo showed Blagojevich next to a city sign that said, "Warning" and "Target Rats" with a picture of a rat inside a bull's-eye.
Friday morning, Blagojevich left his house by the same back door, but there was something missing. The rat sign had been taken down, even though it was posted in a city-owned alley.