PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A defense attorney for Philadelphia City Councilmember Bobby Henon grilled an FBI agent on the stand Thursday morning as the federal bribery and corruption trial of Henon and Philadelphia Union Leader John Dougherty continues.

Federal prosecutors say Dougherty had a corrupt agreement that kept Henon in a $70,000 per year, no-work union job so he could do his bidding at City Hall.

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Henon’s defense attorney said Thursday that Henon properly disclosed union payments since becoming a Philadelphia council member in 2012.

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The prosecution also called on the President of Teamsters Local 107 Thursday morning.

On Wednesday during the trial, prosecutors played more audiotapes, those wiretap conversations including Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney.

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In a response to questions from CBS3, Kenney said it wasn’t a surprising development and that he has not been called to testify.