- Sources said the Police Department was analyzing surveillance video, and officers were "hitting the gang-bangers hard" to shake loose any information about the killing, one of three slayings of Chicago Police officers in two months.
But in the final closing paragraph:
- Despite the attacks on police, Daley said he's not about to turn a blind eye to officers who engage in excessive force. "If some police officer comes out and starts whacking people around here, you'll have an outrage," he said. "We are a country of laws."
We're still waiting to see if there's any fallout from the Commander of 001 saying the police have to be unhandcuffed, the FOP president saying the police have to be unhandcuffed, and the Chaplain saying the police have to be unhandcuffed. If we were betting people (which we are), we'd lay odds J-Fled is on the ropes here as a scapegoat.
- Mayoral press secretary Jacquelyn Heard said the hirings were set into motion weeks ago, before Sunday morning's slaying of Bailey, whom Daley knew personally and called "a wonderful guy."
But just two days ago, Heard was saying Shortshanks was "familiar" with the officer who guarded the mayoral residence so the Daley's could sleep safely.
And a belated "Welcome to Our World" to aldercreature Lyle:
Ald. Freddrenna Lyle (6th), whose South Side ward includes the Bailey shooting, said the violence stems from a lack of respect for police officers she saw during a recent "ride around" in her ward with a district commander.
"The commander got out and asked this young man to get off a woman's porch. He did it nicely -- by putting his hand on the guy's shoulder. And the guy got all riled up and said, 'Why are you touching me?' I was shocked. I never in my life thought people would respond that way," Lyle said.
"I had a female officer tell me they called her b---- so much, she thought her name was b---- by the end of the day. That goes to the total lack of respect."
And who's teaching this lack of respect? It couldn't possibly be the reverends, race-baiters, poverty pimps, combined with the utter lack of parenting and coping skills prevalent in an entire swath of the south side, could it?
If brains were dynamite, these idiots couldn't blow their noses. And that includes the mayor, the supernintendo, the aldercreature and the "reverends." Combined.
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