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Topic - Jon Burge
Burge was sentenced last month to 4½ years in prison after being convicted in June of lying in a civil lawsuit when he said he'd never participated in or witnessed the physical abuse of suspects.
The four board members who voted to allow Burge to keep the pension said his convictions for perjury and obstruction of justice weren't directly related to his job as a police officer and that he didn't have any law enforcement duties when he was accused of making the false statements in 2003.