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Cry me a river.

There's roads out of that Hell in all directions except north. USE them.

If you don't, if you love money more than safety and freedom; if you are addicted to the false-security of a fat paycheck, redeemable in fiat, not money...and cower at the thought of taking responsibility for your own life and those of your dependents....you deserve what comes to you.
 

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Not a single fuque to give for those animals living in their jungle!
 

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Man bit off motorist’s nipple during road rage clash on Lake Shore Drive, prosecutors say​

August 10, 2021 CWBChicago Loop
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A Chicago man battered an off-duty CPD officer and bit the nipple off the cop’s buddy during a road rage incident Sunday night on Lake Shore Drive, prosecutors said.
Kyle Clark, 35, also had a gun in his car, according to the allegations. But you’re probably more interested in hearing about the nipple.
Prosecutors said the off-duty cop and the other victim, both 38-year-old men, were heading north on Lake Shore Drive when a black Volkswagen Jetta sideswiped them near Jackson Street around 11:40 p.m. Sunday.
The men pulled up next to the Jetta and ordered Clark to pull over so they could file a crash report and the off-duty cop identified himself as a Chicago police officer, prosecutors said.
Clark and the cop both got out of their cars, and Clark punched the cop twice in the face, according to prosecutors. When the other victim tried to help the off-duty cop, Clark bit the man’s nipple and tore it completely off, prosecutors said.
On-duty officers arrived and took Clark into custody after a brief struggle, according to the allegations. The victim who allegedly lost his nipple was taken to a nearby hospital to have the wound closed with stitches.
Prosecutors said Clark has been convicted three times for aggravated battery of peace officers — twice in 2012 and once in 2006. His private defense attorney said he has one child.
He is charged with aggravated battery of a peace officer, aggravated battery causing great bodily harm, aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, and leaving the scene of a property damage accident.
Judge Charles Beach set bail at $100,000 and said Clark must go onto electronic monitoring if he posts the 10% deposit bond to get out of jail.
 

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The Chinese have a classification for a repeat offender like this guy: Incorrigible.

In this case, a completely fitting description. In China, he would be taken out into a field and shot in the back of the head. His family would be billed for the bullet.
 

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The Chinese have a classification for a repeat offender like this guy: Incorrigible.

In this case, a completely fitting description. In China, he would be taken out into a field and shot in the back of the head. His family would be billed for the bullet.
I’d say the dude had a bullet to the noggin coming to him. I prefer he get it straight to the face, though. It’s more personal.
 

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Another classless act by the POS sheboon.
 

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Robbery crew chases down, beats woman in the Loop, leaving her in critical condition​

August 15, 2021 CWBChicago Loop
A group of robbers chased down and brutally beat a woman in the Loop on Saturday night, leaving the victim in critical condition with severe head injuries, according to a CPD report. No arrests have been made.
The 23-year-old woman was walking with a 26-year-old man near State and Jackson when the group of up to seven young men and women ordered them to turn over their valuables around 11:30 p.m., Officer Alexis Interrante said.
When the victims did not comply, the group began punching and kicking both victims in their heads and body, Interrante said. A source said surveillance video shows the group chasing the woman down when she tried to run away and then attacking her “right in the intersection” of Jackson and State.
The group, which was seen on Divvy bikes before the attack, fled the scene and may have escaped on a Red Line train at Jackson, the source said. A source said the offenders did not get any of the victims’ property.
The male victim flagged down a passing Uber driver who took them to the Wit Hotel, 201 North State, where they contacted police.
CPD officers transported the woman to Northwestern Memorial Hospital in a squad car. According to a police report, the woman was in critical condition with head injuries and severe facial swelling. The man declined medical attention, Interrante said. The CPD report said he lives in Florida.
The suspects were described only as Black males and females who may be juveniles. Minutes before attacking the two victims, the same group stole merchandise and battered a clerk during a convenience store raid at Adams and Wells, a source said. They left the store on Divvy bikes.
Area Three detectives are investigating.
 

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#36: Uber Eats driver was gunned down in random attack by man who’s on bond for gun case, prosecutors say​

August 14, 2021 CWBChicago Citywide
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A Chicago man who opened fire on an Uber Eats delivery driver in a completely random attack this week was on bail while awaiting trial for being a felon in possession of a firearm, prosecutors said Saturday. Kye Griffin, 27, is now the 36th person accused of killing, trying to kill, or shooting someone in Chicago this year while on felony bond.
The victim, 26, drove to an address on the 10100 block of South Oglesby to make a food delivery around 4:36 p.m. Wednesday, prosecutors said. No one answered the door when he tried to complete the order, so he began walking back to his car.
As he did, Griffin rolled by in a gray car and opened fire on the victim, whom he had never met before, according to prosecutors.
“It’s just a random person. He’s trying to work,” an assistant state’s attorney said during Griffin’s bond hearing.
One bullet struck the victim in his stomach and exited through his buttocks, the prosecutor said. After being shot, the man ran into an alley and called 911 with a description of the shooter.
Police arrived in about a minute and saw Griffin, who matched the description, walking away quickly, prosecutors said. When cops asked Griffin if he saw anything, he allegedly ran.
He was carrying a handgun when cops caught up with him, prosecutors said. Tests allegedly determined that shell casings found at the shooting scene and in a stolen gray car that was abandoned nearby were discharged by Griffin’s gun.
Prosecutors said Griffin tried to urinate on his hands while in police custody, a technique suspected shooters often use to wash gunshot residue from their hands.
The Uber Eats driver was listed in critical condition after the shooting, police said. But he was able to pick Griffin out of a photo line-up, according to prosecutors.
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Griffin is charged with attempted first-degree murder, armed habitual criminal, and aggravated battery with a firearm. He was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm in November and posted $1,000 to get out of jail after appearing before Judge David Navarro, court records show. In addition to the pending case, he received a three-year sentence for being a felon in possession of a firearm in 2014. His other felony convictions include aggravated battery of a peace officer and possession of a controlled substance.
A public defender said Griffin lives in Bellwood and has four children with a fifth on the way. The attorney said he has a metal rod in his leg because he was once shot 11 times.
Judge Susana Ortiz ordered Griffin held without bail in the new case and held without bail for violating the terms of bond in the November gun case.
Editor’s note: This report continues our coverage of individuals who have been charged with murder, attempted murder, or trying to kill a person while on bond for a pending felony case. CWBChicago began our series of reports in November 2019 after Cook County Chief Judge Timothy Evans publicly stated, “we haven’t had any horrible incidents occur” under the court’s bond reform initiative.
The actual number of murders and shootings committed by people on felony bail is undoubtedly much higher than the numbers seen here. Since 2017, CPD has made arrests in just 4% of shootings and 31% of murders, according to the city’s data.
 

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It's not really about skin color is it? It's about culture! Only when this is realized can something be done to fix it. Until them the race card will always protect them and enable this all to continue unabated
 

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Robbery crew chases down, beats woman in the Loop, leaving her in critical condition​

August 15, 2021 CWBChicago Loop
A group of robbers chased down and brutally beat a woman in the Loop on Saturday night, leaving the victim in critical condition with severe head injuries, according to a CPD report. No arrests have been made.
The 23-year-old woman was walking with a 26-year-old man near State and Jackson when the group of up to seven young men and women ordered them to turn over their valuables around 11:30 p.m., Officer Alexis Interrante said.
When the victims did not comply, the group began punching and kicking both victims in their heads and body, Interrante said. A source said surveillance video shows the group chasing the woman down when she tried to run away and then attacking her “right in the intersection” of Jackson and State.
The group, which was seen on Divvy bikes before the attack, fled the scene and may have escaped on a Red Line train at Jackson, the source said. A source said the offenders did not get any of the victims’ property.
The male victim flagged down a passing Uber driver who took them to the Wit Hotel, 201 North State, where they contacted police.
CPD officers transported the woman to Northwestern Memorial Hospital in a squad car. According to a police report, the woman was in critical condition with head injuries and severe facial swelling. The man declined medical attention, Interrante said. The CPD report said he lives in Florida.
The suspects were described only as Black males and females who may be juveniles. Minutes before attacking the two victims, the same group stole merchandise and battered a clerk during a convenience store raid at Adams and Wells, a source said. They left the store on Divvy bikes.
Area Three detectives are investigating.
The group, which was seen on Divvy bikes
Well, at least they were supporting a green bike share business.
 

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Mom of two sons accused of killing Chicago police officer arrested​


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Eva Flores entered a Chicago hospital through a secure door, then kicked a security guard in the groin
The mother of the two brothers accused of killing a Chicago police officer was arrested at a hospital as she attempted to see her injured son.
Evalena Flores, 41, was arrested Tuesday morning following a confrontation with officers at Advocate Christ Medical Center, where her son Emonte Morgan, 21, was being treated for gunshot wounds.

An officer was guarding Emonte’s room when his mother allegedly entered the area via a security door, “causing a disturbance,” according to a report provided by a police source to NBC 5.
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Emonte and his brother, Eric Morgan, 22, allegedly had a violent encounter with two members of the Chicago Police Department following a traffic stop on Saturday.
Emonte was shot multiple times during a scuffle with Officer Carlos Yanez, and his partner, Officer Ella French, was fatally shot during the confrontation. Yanez was critically injured and continues to fight for his life at the University of Chicago Medical Center, according to reports.
“I don’t believe a damn thing CPD says. And I can guarantee you this, my boys was afraid, I’m afraid… Adults are afraid of the CPD… I’m not a criminal… but, if a cop get behind me, my heart drops,” Flores explained in a live-stream video that was reportedly filmed outside the suburban hospital where her son was receiving treatment.
She added, “We fear our police here, we fear them… I need to be a voice for my boys. And that’s all I gotta say. Let me get in this hospital to see my damn son!”
Police say Flores “attempted to push her way” past the officer who was standing outside her son’s hospital room door. She also kicked a hospital staffer in the groin.
“Flores’s attempt was thwarted by the actions of two Chicago police officers and Christ Hospital Public Safety Officers who were on scene,” police said in a release. “As Flores attempted to push her way past the officer’s she kicked a Christ Hospital Public Safety Officer in the groin. Flores continued to resist efforts to take her into custody while demanding to see her son.”
Per the report, Flores was charged with misdemeanor battery, resisting a peace officer, and criminal trespass. Her sons appeared in bond court Tuesday afternoon, and both were ordered held without bail, per the report.

As theGRIO previously reported, Emonte is charged with first-degree murder of a peace officer, attempted first-degree murder of a peace officer (two counts), aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, and unlawful use of a weapon by a felon for the murder of Officer French.
His brother Eric is charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful use of a weapon by a felon, and obstruction of justice for his role in the alleged crime, according to a local CBS report.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot was given the cold shoulder as officers turned their back on her when she arrived at the University of Chicago Medical Center following the shooting of the two officers Saturday night.
About 30 officers turned their backs on Lightfoot, according to The Chicago Sun-Times.
Yanez is the son of a former CPD officer, who declined to speak to the mayor, according to the SunTimes sources. In fact, the father reportedly yelled at Lightfoot who remained calm and listened to him and the family.
Lightfoot reportedly appeared shaken by the show of disapproval.
“The police officers’ decision to turn their backs on the mayor while waiting with the family on the 7th floor was significant,” FOP President John Catanzara told the Sun-Times in an interview. “Turning their backs on the mayor was an excellent example of how the hundreds of police officers felt waiting outside the hospital.”
 

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Fox 59 has since deleted the story from it's archives.......In 2014 the NRA held it's national convention here in Indy. the average arrests downtown in the 3 weeks before all numbered in the hundreds.

Week of the NRA convention there were 0 fights, 0 gunshots, 0 robberies and 0 arrests.

Even at that I'm not about to blame any group of people for the bullshit that the hollywood communists are selling
 

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Cops? Who needs em in Chicongo and if you are carjacked on Sunday or Monday you are SOL.

Two hour response time for robbery? No cops available for a man shot on the street? Detectives pulled from cases to patrol Lollapalooza? Welcome to Chicago 2021.​

August 24, 2021 CWBChicago Citywide
After armed robbery crews swept across the downtown late last month, striking five times on July 27, then robbing 14 more people two days later, Chicago police leaders did the unthinkable: They took most of the city’s robbery detectives away from their investigations to patrol Lollapalooza.
For more than 3 straight minutes Sunday morning, a Chicago police dispatcher read out dozens of 911 calls waiting to be assigned to police officers in their district — but no officers were available. A “shots fired” call was 178 minutes old. A robbery was waiting for more than two hours. A domestic waiting for more than three hours. A 115-minute wait for a burglary.
After a series of bump-n-run carjackings broke out this week, one of the victims’ automakers contacted CPD to help them locate the stolen car. CPD told the car company that the assigned investigators don’t work on Sundays and Monday.
On August 15, a man fell to the ground, critically wounded with multiple gunshot wounds on the 5100 block of West Fullerton. For six minutes, not a single cop was available to respond, even though an officer who monitors CPD’s surveillance cameras confirmed that there was a shooting victim on the ground.
Welcome to Chicago 2021, where police leaders have pulled several hundred cops from local districts to form a “Community Safety Team” that’s supposed to build relationships with citizens. But the move has left local districts grossly understaffed, driving up response times when people are in their greatest need.
“It would be better to re-staff the districts so beats are patrolled and calls are answered instead of these useless [community interactions,” one frustrated CPD insider said this week. “Cops are planting flowers and cleaning alleys. People are calling 911 for help and waiting over an hour. That’s not a very positive experience for them.”
When a reporter asked CPD Supt. David Brown about the department’s slow response times earlier this summer, he said it’s “normal.”

At 5:53 a.m. on August 15, a ShotSpotter gunfire detection system alerted an officer in a CPD nerve center on the West Side to fourteen rounds fired at 5156 West Fullerton. The cop notified the dispatcher, who repeated it. Fourteen rounds fired. 5156 West Fullerton on the corner. A minute later, “shots fired” calls started coming in from citizens. Thirty seconds later, a “person shot” call at the same location.

But the dispatcher never assigned the call to anyone. She didn’t have anyone to give it to.

“Fire’s on scene at that shooting,” an officer assigned to the local district’s front desk said four minutes after the ShotSpotter alert. “We got a car available or no?”

“Negative, sir,” the dispatcher said. “We don’t have any…Are they out of roll call yet?”

“They haven’t even started roll call yet.”

At 5:59 a.m., a sergeant tells the dispatcher he’ll head over to the shooting from the station. Five minutes after that, another officer heads that way.

The victim, a 38-year-old man, was critically wounded, police would later say.

Every single police district, even the city’s most violent, has lost significant numbers of officers since Brown took over as superintendent in April 2020.

Sometimes entire shifts are being handled by fewer than 20 cops. After we reported last month that the Central District, which includes the Loop and South Loop, was being patrolled by just 18 cops on a recent shift, we received a copy of the next night’s schedule for the district. There were only 13 cops working the streets that night.

The city’s second-worst police district for murders and shootings, Englewood, has recently operated with a third of its beat cars idle due to lack of staffing, according to schedules reviewed by CWBChicago.

While Brown’s decision to move beat cops to citywide units is a big part of the department’s problems, CPD’s overall workforce is falling sharply, too — from 13,011 cops when he started to about 12,200 cops this month, according to the city’s inspector general.

To help fill the gap, Brown is pulling detectives away from their cases at least two days a week to babysit high-crime corners and, yes, walk around the Lollapalooza festival.

“This has been happening for months with no end in sight,” an officer said. “Each of the five areas is being forced to do this.”

“Detectives are falling behind on investigations,” the source continued. “It might not seem like a big deal, but some detectives are deployed out three or four days of the week. Cases aren’t given the proper attention needed.” Photo line-ups and searches for video evidence are critically delayed, the cop said.

That officer’s claims are supported by stories CWBChicago has received from violent crime victims directly.

One victim of the July robbery spree couldn’t believe his ears when — nine days after he was held up at gunpoint — a detective finally got in touch with him and offered an apology for the delayed follow-up.

“He was assigned to other duties and was not serving as a detective for the entire week,” the victim told us. “Lollapalooza? I didn’t ask.”

No one has been charged with any of the robberies.

A recent carjacking victim asked a CWBChicago staffer this week if he should expect to hear back from detectives quickly. Our guy told him not to get his hopes up.

“You weren’t kidding,” the man wrote back a few hours later. “[His auto maker] called us to say they’re tracking the vehicle, but beyond verifying the car is stolen, nobody at CPD will assist or even take location data. They were told ‘the guys handling carjacking don’t work Sunday or Monday, call back tomorrow.'”

Good luck then, too.

 

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Security guard who shot man 3 times acted in self defense because the victim wasn’t wearing a COVID mask, lawyer says​

August 26, 2021 CWBChicago Citywide
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A liquor store security guard was acting in self defense when he shot a customer three times because the customer was “putting other’s lives at risk by not wearing a [COVID] mask,” the guard’s private defense attorney said during a bond court hearing Wednesday.
The argument did not sway cook County Judge Mary Marubio.
“The victim fled the store, fell outside, followed by the defendant [who], according to the surveillance video, shot a second time. The defendant then paces back and forth and shot a third time,” Marubio said before ordering 42-year-old Chester Holmes held without bail.
Holmes, who is barred from possessing a weapon because he is a four-time convicted felon and registered child sex offender, was working as an armed security guard at the store on the 6000 block of South Racine when a 28-year-old man walked in without a COVID mask around 9:53 am. Monday, according to Assistant State’s Attorney Darryl Auguste.
Holmes and the victim argued about the mask policy and the victim eventually left. He then turned around and walked back in. When he did, Holmes met him with a drawn handgun and shot him, Auguste said.
The victim fell to the ground outside the store.
Holmes, who defense attorney Jonathan Feldman said “has a big heart and is a kind-hearted man,” shot the man again, then paced around and shot him a third time before running away, according to Auguste. The victim, who was shot in the stomach, arm, and leg, was taken to a hospital where surgeons removed part of his intestines, Auguste said.
Chicago cops heard the gunfire and responded quickly enough to see Holmes running away, according to Auguste. He ditched his gun and security vest along the way and later told arresting officers where they could find them, Auguste said. Holmes also allegedly admitted to shooting the victim.
“This is obviously going to be a self-defense case,” Friedman said after hearing the allegations. He called the circumstances “basically, a customer who’s unruly, who wants to put other lives at risk,” by not wearing a COVID mask.
Holmes, Friedman argued, “reacted in self-defense” to a man who wasn’t wearing a COVID mask.
Auguste said Holmes was convicted of sexually assaulting a six-year-old girl and sexually abusing a 15-year-old girl in 2003. He has also served two prison terms for failing to follow sex offender registration requirements, according to Auguste.
“That’s not me,” Holmes said as Auguste detailed the specific acts he was accused of committing against the girls.
Friedman said Holmes was “fully cooperative” with police, indicating he had an “innocent mindset” with “nothing to hide.”
Prosecutors charged Holmes with attempted murder, aggravated battery by discharging a firearm, and unlawful use of a weapon by a felon.

 

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Auguste said Holmes was convicted of sexually assaulting a six-year-old girl and sexually abusing a 15-year-old girl in 2003. He has also served two prison terms for failing to follow sex offender registration requirements, according to Auguste.
“That’s not me,” Holmes said as Auguste detailed the specific acts he was accused of committing against the girls.
Clown World. We make this kind of cretin into a security guard or a cop, and then we're surprised he shoots someone for not complying with brainless, pointless orders.

Such a nice, big-hearted chap. Kind to everyone, especially little kids.
 

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Two hour response time for robbery? No cops available for a man shot on the street? Detectives pulled from cases to patrol Lollapalooza? Welcome to Chicago 2021.​

When I was a kid - the 1960s, with unions drunk on power - cities occasionally had police sick-outs or fire-department walk-offs.

Or, more memorably, strikes by vital providers, with their unions going rogue. I remember a Cleveland Teamsters' trucker strike, with the hard-working-American union members, throwing cinder blocks off bridge overpasses and throwing roofing nails down on the Interstates' traffic lanes.

There was a solution to this. CALL IN THE NATIONAL GUARD. Cleveland did it during the Hough riots of 1967, where police were overwhelmed, partly because black brother-officers staged a sick-out. And the 1970 Teamster trucker strike - which happened right alongside the Kent State debacle, and may have contributed to it (angry, fatigued Guard troops).

But only in a dindoo-controlled racialist city like Chicongo, would they just stack 911 calls...and do nothing, say nothing, ask for no help from State Police or the NG.
 

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How long before we start to notice the self-depopulation of this wonderful chocolate city? I mean, every day - ten here, eight there, and pretty soon you're talking real mass murder.

Or, mass killing, anyway.
 

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How long before we start to notice the self-depopulation of this wonderful chocolate city? I mean, every day - ten here, eight there, and pretty soon you're talking real mass murder.

Or, mass killing, anyway.
Yeah but I don't care!