- Chicago police Superintendent Jody Weis named a 27-year police veteran today to oversee the department's patrol division a few weeks after his predecessor was reassigned after a surge of weekend shootings and homicides.
Ernest Brown got the official nod as a deputy superintendent three weeks after he was appointed acting head of the patrol division. He succeeds Dan Dugan, who was reassigned after one weekend last month in which more than 40 people were shot and eight killed.
Weis also promoted Brown's deputy chief, Nicholas Roti, to head the organized crime unit, and Lt. Anthony Carothers to commander of the Englewood police district on the city's South Side.
And don't even get us started on the former aldercreature's brother - has Ike even reported to prison yet? We can only assume the commander spot is a family payoff for Ike tipping the rest of the City Council and mayor that he was wired for sound all those months. God knows how many aldercreatures were spared prison time by Ike taking one for the team.
Hey J-Fled? Want to spout off again about how "qualified" your staff is? Or maybe the "Earned, Not Given" motto created in direct contrast to what we all see with our own eyes? Because you seem to be "giving" out quite a bit of bullshit today. What a joke.