In the first six months of this year, Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl's bodyguards made more money than their boss did. That's one result of the ramped-up security around the city's top executive, who is accompanied by an officer at public, political and personal affairs.So he's got round-the-clock police protection when he's out in public.
"There are times when if I do something personal at somebody's home, I'll go with my wife and myself," he said. But if he's out politicking, or grabbing dinner and drinks, he's accompanied.Wait. Does this mean he had an officer with him when he flew to NYC and couldn't remember where he ate or slept?
Well, does the officer know?