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But they repopulate quicker...1 dad, 4 baby producers...do the math...THEN figure in NBA guys traveling to other cities with multiple baby mommas...

True, but blacks abort babies at a proportionately higher rate than white.
 

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Birf kunt roll.

Get it right.



I had to read that a couple of times to perceive it...

Well played.
I am fully tri-lingual, and can get along in 2 other languages, but "ebonics" is not one of my specialties
 

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Only 2 fatalities......rookie numbers. The urban hood Africans can't shoot to save their lives
That's what holding the gun sideways gets 'em.
Ie : poor poor gun control.
 

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Yeah, that's the ticket!
Put your daughter in a car with a Uber driver!!
Why would you worry?
Wait until they are having to put pictures of the Uber and Lyft drives on milk cartons, Chicago's liberal but they won't put up with child molesters.
 

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Wait until they are having to put pictures of the Uber and Lyft drives on milk cartons, Chicago's liberal but they won't put up with child molesters.
I wouldn't bet on that
 

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has anyone else thought:
Such a large forehead, such poor choices, where does she actually keep her intellect?
 

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3 anti-violence workers charged with felony gun violations — while on bail for felony gun violations​

September 4, 2021 CWBChicago Citywide
There are a lot of things that will send your eyebrows rising during Chicago’s daily felony bond court hearings. But among the more perplexing are the people accused of illegally carrying firearms while, according to their defense attorneys, they are active members of anti-violence groups.
The past few days have been extra perplexing. At least three men who are supposedly working to end gun violence in Chicago were charged with illegally carrying guns this week while they were already on bond for other felony gun cases. One of the men’s pending cases includes allegations that he shot at two people.
When Sendalio Williams, 25, appeared before Judge John Lyke on Saturday afternoon, it was the second time in four months that he stood in front of the same judge on a new gun charge. Prosecutors said cops watching a CPD surveillance camera feed Friday saw Williams pull a handgun out of a satchel and point it at a woman who appeared to be recording him on her phone.
Prosecutors said officers went to the scene, chased Williams, and found a loaded gun in his satchel.
Williams also appeared before Lyke on May 3. In that case, cops watching a CPD surveillance camera feed allegedly saw him fire a gun and jump into a black SUV. Police pulled the car over and allegedly found a gun in the trunk behind him. Prosecutors said he admitted to police that he fired the gun in the direction of two other men.
He was charged with aggravated discharge of a firearm and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon. Lyke ordered Williams to pay a $1,000 deposit to get out of jail on electronic monitoring in the May case, but another judge nixed the ankle monitor requirement at a later hearing, court records show.
On Saturday, after Williams was charged with a fresh unlawful use of a weapon case, his defense attorney told Lyke he studied criminal justice at Westwood College and “works with CeaseFire to educate kids about gun violence.” He’s been with the group for about two months, the attorney said.
Lyke ordered Williams held without bail for violating the terms of bond in the May case and set bail on the new gun charges at $80,000. Williams will need to post $8,000 and go onto electronic monitoring after his no-bail hold is cleared up, Lyke said.
Also appearing before Lyke on Saturday was 41-year-old William Jenkins, who has worked for two years “canvassing neighborhoods and high crime areas to cut down on shootings,” according to his public defender.
Police allegedly found a loaded handgun with an extended ammunition magazine sticking out of a backpack between the front seats of his car during a traffic stop on Friday. Jenkins, who received a 20-year sentence for attempted murder in 1999, has a pending unlawful use of a weapon by a felon case, prosecutors said.
Lyke ordered him held without bail for violating the terms of bond in that pending case. Jenkins will need to post a $10,000 deposit to get out of jail on electronic monitoring if he becomes eligible for release, Lyke said.
Last Sunday, Darnell Hite appeared for a bond hearing in front of Judge Charles Beach.
When police pulled Hite over for a traffic stop near the Magnificent Mile around noon last Saturday, he reached into his fanny pack to get his license. That’s when police allegedly saw the butt of a handgun sticking out of the bag. According to court records, Hite already has an unlawful use of a weapon case pending from June 2020.
His defense attorney told Beach that he’s married, “works outreach to stop violence,” and is an active church member.
Beach ordered him held without bail for violating the terms of release in the pending gun case and set bail on the new charge at $75,000. Hite will need to post $7,500 to get out of jail after the no-bail hold is cleared up.

 

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Beach ordered him held without bail for violating the terms of release in the pending gun case and set bail on the new charge at $75,000. Hite will need to post $7,500 to get out of jail after the no-bail hold is cleared up.


just read that several times and think:
these people are trained to do this...

the judges are....such utter non-sense
 

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More kids shot in Chicago than have died of COVID-19 across US this year​

A total of 214 minors have died of COVID-19 in the country; 261 were shot in Chicago​


Over the course of 2021, more minors have been shot in Chicago than have died of COVID-19 in all of the United States, according to data from police and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

A total of 214 children 17 years old or younger have died of COVID-19 so far this year in the country. Comparatively, Chicago police told FOX 32 Chicago earlier this week that 261 children have been shot — 41 of whom have died.

While COVID-19 cases among children increased significantly between August and September, deaths among this group make up 0-0.27% of all COVID-19 deaths in the states reporting data. Seven states reported zero deaths among children, according to the CDC and American Academy of Pediatrics.

Pre-kindergarten teacher Sarah McCarthy works with a student at Dawes Elementary in Chicago, Monday, Jan. 11, 2021. (Ashlee Rezin Garcia/Chicago Sun-Times via AP, Pool)

Pre-kindergarten teacher Sarah McCarthy works with a student at Dawes Elementary in Chicago, Monday, Jan. 11, 2021. (Ashlee Rezin Garcia/Chicago Sun-Times via AP, Pool)
More children have been fatally shot in Chicago alone than have died of COVID-19 in the entire state of Illinois.

The Illinois Department of Public Health confirmed to Fox News that 25 people under the age of 18 have died of COVID-19 since the pandemic began, or six in every 100,000 people under 18 in Illinois. The CDC has recorded 18 total COVID-19 deaths in Illinois in 2021, as Outkick first reported.

CHICAGO LABOR DAY WEEKEND SHOOTINGS WOUND 63, INCLUDING EIGHT CHILDREN: POLICE

Over Labor Day weekend alone, 63 people were shot, including eight children. Among the six deceased out of the 63 total wounded was one 4-year-old Alabama boy who died after he was shot on Friday while getting his hair done inside a west side apartment, according to authorities.

Mychal Moultry, 4, was shot on Friday, Sept. 3, 2021 when bullets shot through the window of his home struck and killed him. (Dalet)

Mychal Moultry, 4, was shot on Friday, Sept. 3, 2021 when bullets shot through the window of his home struck and killed him. (Dalet)
The boy’s mother, Angela Gregg, told the Chicago Tribune on Monday that she had no idea about a motive, but she knows her son was "not supposed to lose his life at 4 years old, and somebody needs to step up and say something."

AFTER CHICAGO LABOR DAY WEEKEND SHOOTINGS WOUND 8 CHILDREN, TOP COP PLEADS WITH PUBLIC

"The police don’t know anything yet because no one is talking. No one is coming forward," she told the outlet. "People aren’t answering their doors, and the people that are answering their doors are saying they don’t know anything. … Somebody in Chicago knows something."

Speaking to reporters on Monday, Chicago Police Superintendent David O. Brown had a message for criminal offenders, asking them: "Why are you continuing to be around young people, our children?"


He urged such offenders to "stay away from children if you want to live that life."

"You’re harming this community. You’re harming these families," he added. "And we will be relentless in pursuing you as an offender."

CHICAGO SHOOTING LEAVES 12-YEAR-OLD BOY AND 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL WOUNDED

Mayor Lori Lightfoot added her own entreaty Monday, expressing frustration that often, people in the neighborhoods where incidents occur know the people involved but are reluctant to cooperate.

"I understand the fear that’s out there but I’m just calling upon people in these neighborhoods...," Lightfoot said. "You’ve got to have your faith overcome your fear, you’ve got to step up."



President Biden met with Lightfoot in July to discuss potential solutions to the city's gun violence problem after 100 people were shot over the July 4 weekend. In June, the president introduced a series of proposals aimed at combatting crime in major cities across the country, targeting illegal guns in particular with help from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

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The globalists and their tools in political office, know this. The Good Reason for a government program, is never the real reason.

The sheeple can't perceive it. They just bleat what they're told.

We know this - and a fat lot of good that's doing.
 

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The globalists and their tools in political office, know this. The Good Reason for a government program, is never the real reason.

The sheeple can't perceive it. They just bleat what they're told.

We know this - and a fat lot of good that's doing.
Not my problem!
 

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Esteemed lawyer may be blinded after suffering 7-minute beating on Loop street corner, prosecutors say​

September 19, 2021 CWBChicago Loop
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A successful lawyer, entrepreneur, and champion of Chicago’s minority business owners was brutally beaten for seven minutes after he stopped to comfort a young child whose father was involved in a domestic altercation on a Loop street corner last week, according to prosecutors and CPD records. The victim’s wife is a former high-ranking staff member in the city’s government.
The victim, age 44, was unconscious for most of the beating and may lose vision in one of his eyes, prosecutors said. CWBChicago is not naming the man because he is a crime victim.
He was walking near Monroe Street and Wacker Drive — steps from the Sears Tower — when he came upon 24-year-old Pasquel Nava and a woman who were arguing while looking for their car around 11 p.m. Tuesday, prosecutors said. When Nava grabbed the woman, who was carrying a baby, the victim stepped in to comfort the 11-year-old child who was with them, according to prosecutors.
Nava turned his attention to the attorney and pushed the man, causing his keys, wallet, and legally possessed handgun to fall to the ground, prosecutors said. As the man tried to pick up his property, Nava allegedly punched him in the face, causing him to fall unconscious to the ground.
For the next seven minutes, Nava stomped on the man’s head, punched him, kicked him, and dragged him around, according to prosecutors.
When police eventually arrived, they saw Nava yelling at the fallen man with blood on his hands, prosecutors said. Officers took Nava into custody at the scene.
The victim, who underwent surgery at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and will require more surgeries, was still hospitalized this weekend, prosecutors said. He suffered a torn left retina, fractured orbital bone, fractured nose, and received more than a dozen stitches, according to court records.
Prosecutors said Nava admitted to hitting the man. Nava was convicted of shooting a man in 2015 but pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of aggravated battery by discharging a firearm in exchange for a four year sentence.
On Friday, prosecutors charged him with aggravated battery causing great bodily harm, simple assault, and failure to comply with gun offender registration requirements.
His defense attorney said he expects to launch a self defense claim because the victim “approached his minor child while armed with a gun.”
Judge Susana Ortiz set bail at $30,000. Nava posted 10% of that amount and went home on electronic monitoring.
Tuesday night’s attack again illustrates the long response times that have become typical of Chicago’s police department, which has moved over 1,000 cops out of patrol duties to work on specialized citywide units. Last month, CWBChicago shared video of two men being beaten and robbed in the middle of State Street for more than four minutes while witnesses watched. It took Chicago police at least six minutes to arrive at the scene.

 

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CHICAGO SHOOTING

Chicago shootings: 54 shot, 9 fatally, in weekend violence​

5 killed over span of 4 hours in Chicago weekend shootings
CHICAGO -- At least nine people have been killed and 45 others wounded in shootings across Chicago this weekend, police said.

Five men were killed over the span of about four hours early Saturday morning.

Two of the five were killed in a drive-by shooting in Lawndale on the West Side. Two men, 29 and 34, were struck by someone in a passing red vehicle about 12:15 a.m. in the 1900-block of South Saint Louis Avenue, Chicago police said. The 29-year-old was struck in the eye and hand and was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital, where he died, police said.

His name hasn't been released yet. The 34-year-old was struck once in his head and was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. He was identified by the Cook County medical examiner's office as Charles Jackson Jr.


Less than an hour later, officers found Marwin Sanders-Price, 31, on the ground unresponsive with gunshot wounds to his torso and buttocks about 12:50 a.m. in the 200-block of East 121st Place, police and the medical examiner's office said. He was taken to Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, where he later died, police said.

A man was fatally shot during an argument in East Garfield Park on the West Side. The 21-year-old was arguing with a woman about 2:40 a.m. when a man approached and opened fire in the 3100 block of West Arthington Street, striking him in the chest, arm and hip, police said. He was taken to Mt. Sinai, where he later died, police said. His name hasn't been released yet.

A man was fatally shot in a drive-by on the Near North Side. The 33-year-old was standing next to his vehicle about 3:50 a.m. in the 800-block of North Orleans Street when someone inside a blue SUV opened fire, police said. He was struck once in the chest, and was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where he died, police said. He was identified as Royal Shorts by the medical examiner's office.



A tow truck driver attempting to provide service Sunday morning was fatally shot in Englewood on the South Side, police said. The 27-year-old, who hasn't been identified yet, was attempting to provide service about 3:50 a.m. in the first block of West 57th Street when someone approached and opened fire, police said. He was taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center, where he died, police said.

Two men were fatally shot Sunday in West Pullman on the Far South Side, police said. About 1:25 p.m., the men, 33 and 28, were in the 11800-block of South Emerald Avenue, when two people walked up to them and fired shots, police said. Chahine Younger, 28, was struck in the head and was taken to Roseland Community Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, police and the Cook County medical examiner's office said. The 33-year-old was struck in the head, chest and rear, police said. He was also taken to Roseland Community Hospital, where he died. He was identified as Deangelo Lamont.

A man was fatally shot driving and three others were injured when the vehicle crashed Sunday night in Chatham on the South Side. An unidentified man, believed by police to be in his 30s, was driving southbound about 11:35 p.m. in the 8300 block of South Vincennes Avenue when he was shot in the head by someone in a red van, causing him to lose control of his vehicle and crash into a steel beam, police said. He was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. Chicago Fire Department spokesman Larry Merritt confirmed he was an adult. Three women, who were also in the vehicle, were injured in the crash, police and fire officials said.

In nonfatal attacks, a 3-year-old boy was shot in the back Saturday morning inside a home in Calumet Heights on the Far South Side, police said. The shooting happened about 10:45 a.m. in the 9300-block of South Escanaba Avenue, according to Chicago police. The circumstances weren't immediately known. The boy was taken to Trinity Hospital and later transferred to Comer's Children Hospital in good condition, police said. More than 250 minors have been shot in Chicago so far this year.

Five people were shot and seriously wounded Sunday morning in South Austin on the Northwest Side, authorities said. Three men and two women were sitting on a porch about 3:05 a.m. in the 900-block of North Massasoit Avenue when a white SUV stopped and two males opened fire, Chicago police said. A 20-year-old man was struck twice in his leg and once in his arm and was taken to the Loyola University Medical Center, where he was in serious condition, police said. A man, 18, was struck in his back and a woman, 41, was shot in her leg, police said. Both were taken to Stroger Hospital, where they were in serious condition, police said. A 42-year-old man and 47-year-old woman were both shot in the left thigh, and also taken to Stroger, where they were listed in serious condition, police said.

A 15-year-old girl was one of two people shot Saturday night in West Englewood on the South Side. The teen and a 20-year-old woman were standing outside with a group of people about 11:20 p.m. in the 5900-block of South Paulina Street when someone opened fire in the distance, police said. The girl was shot once in the buttocks and was taken to Comer, where she was listed in good condition, police said. The woman was shot in the thigh and was taken to the University of Chicago, where she was also in good condition, police said.

Two men were shot and wounded in Belmont Cragin on the Northwest Side. Two 20-year-olds were outside on a porch about 12:35 a.m. in the 2600-block of North Melvina Avenue when they were shot at, police said. One of the men was grazed in the buttocks, while the other was shot twice in his leg, police said. Both were taken to the Loyola in good condition, police said.

Source: Sun-Times Media Wire - Copyright Chicago Sun-Times 2021.)

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Capone's Chicago was a nice place..........................
 

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So, is there any "deadline" for "verifying" whether Chicago's "gun laws" ever "gave positive results"? Or is just ENACTING the "laws" the "end of it", no "verification of effective results" needed?
 

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So, is there any "deadline" for "verifying" whether Chicago's "gun laws" ever "gave positive results"? Or is just ENACTING the "laws" the "end of it", no "verification of effective results" needed?
Nobody really cares, not even in Chicongo!
 

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So, is there any "deadline" for "verifying" whether Chicago's "gun laws" ever "gave positive results"? Or is just ENACTING the "laws" the "end of it", no "verification of effective results" needed?
that would require an investigation and some personal-responsibility

no, it's easier to hire a PR firm, they'll have all the angles worked out.....no matter the reality