- Detectives were reviewing police surveillance video this evening to see if they could spot the gunmen who shot six people, one fatally, in a convenience store on the South Side.
The attack happened at 6 p.m. on the 1400 block of West 79th Street in the Gresham neighborhood, said Chicago Police News Affairs...
Coming on the heels of Thursday's CompStat meeting, this must have been embarrassing to McClueless.
Guess who showed up finally?
- Rev. Michael Pfleger stood with the crowd gathered at the police line in the parking lot of a White Castle restaurant on Loomis. Pfleger pointed out that the police surveillance camera mounted across the street from the store, and said when the shooting happened, the streets would have been crowded with people.
"Somebody must have seen something. They need to come forward," he said.
You notice he pointed right to the camera - the camera that did absolutely nothing to stop the shooting? Amazing.
And trust the Tribune to throw this shot out there:
- Citing preliminary information, police said two gunmen with hooded sweatshirts entered the store and almost immediately opened fire.