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"Grizzly" Greenlee's office under attack

A masked intruder apparently broke into Councilman Bill "Grizzly" Greenlee's office over the weekend, falling through a ceiling tile before clawing its way back up the wall and into the ducts where it has apparently found a home. Greenlee's

"Grizzly" Greenlee's office under attack

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A masked intruder apparently broke into Councilman Bill "Grizzly" Greenlee's office over the weekend, falling through a ceiling tile before clawing its way back up the wall and into the ducts where it has apparently found a home. Greenlee's staff has locked up the office and fled in horror. It appears to be a raccoon; investigators know this because it was spotted in a conference room with Councilman Jack Kelly -- the Council's chief animal rights legislator -- consulting on a bill to place all members of the raccoons family on the protected species list.

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