The domino effect from this week’s firing of Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson continues. The Sun Times reports several police employees are under investigation over allegations of engaging in a widespread cover-up to protect the former top cop. One source told the newspaper that the alleged attempt to conceal information started October 17th when Johnson was found slumped over in his police SUV near the 34 hundred block of Aberdeen. New information says that the former superintendent spent three hours that day drinking at Ceres Cafe in downtown Chicago with a woman whom he promoted to his security detail. Sources say he and the woman, who has since been reassigned, are seen on restaurant video kissing several times.