Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Wanted, Dead or Alive!

The Trib and the Times both carry articles about the Cook County republican party offering a $10,000 reward for information that can put the mayor behind bars. The Trib's op-ed treats it as on opportunity to call the republican party "cheap." We agree it's cheap, but Colonel McCormick must be spinning in his grave to see how far down into the liberal abyss his paper has slid that the "slum-times" actually comes off as the responsible report today.

Should they actually find someone that can put the mayor in handcuffs and frogmarched out of city hall, we promise to send $100 to any account dedicated to his/her benefit and furthermore swear to place his/her name in as a write-in candidate for the vacated position of mayor for all time.


Anonymous John Northen said...


WHY have you failed to respond to my eMails?

(Sgt.) John Northen (Ret.)

7/26/2005 09:32:00 PM  
Blogger SCC said...

An Open Reply to Sgt. John Northen (and everyone else)

The e-mail feature is a name created for the purpose of running this blog. Yes, we are the "administrator/owner." However, we are attempting to maintain our anonymity as long as humanly possible. Trust us, we do read every e-mail, looking for information and ideas. But as we do not wish to be subject to the headaches and lawsuits that bedeviled the owner of SecondCityCoppers.net, we have a stated policy of not responding to e-mail. Also, we cannot edit comments. We can delete them in their entirity, but little else. The poster takes FULL responsibility for their posts. We have no way of tracing them and (this is our main reason) we cannot be compelled to turn over a list that doesn't exist. We aren't rude, we're just protecting our privacy and yours.

7/26/2005 11:22:00 PM  
Anonymous John Northen said...

I now understand. Thank you for clarifying this.

However, don't you agree that the Lemon "racial profiling" letter, since forwarded to the Rev. James T. Meeks merits a separate posting?
If Meeks had not used his bogus accusation of "racial profiling", the media would have ignored the incident.

Meeks certainly owes the unidentified 5th District sergeant a PUBLIC APOLOGY.

7/26/2005 11:38:00 PM  
Anonymous leftisthebest said...

Does that $100 include even me Mr. Moderator? I might make you my press secretary.

7/27/2005 04:22:00 AM  
Anonymous Bush boy said...

lefty, if it's you, i'll toss in another $100

7/27/2005 07:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually the Sgt's name was published in, where else, The Chicago Defender. Poor guy, is dead in the what. Nothing the Dept could do to him could make up for all the negative publicity.

7/28/2005 01:15:00 AM  

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