Hmm, seems like a cool name for a building in Chicago.
Check it out:
Officials in Chicago took a break from present issues on Friday to deal with a matter of historical accuracy — does the record of famous lawman Eliot Ness justify the naming of a federal building in Washington, D.C. after him?
It’s am issue that would seem to have no pressing concern for the citizens of Chicago, since the man that Ness is often attributed for taking down, Al Capone, hasn’t terrorized Windy City streets for 80 some years.
But that didn’t stop former federal agents and historical experts from presenting their case that Ness was undeserving of the honor of having his name attached to the new Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agency headquarters in D.C.