Friday, December 14, 2012

2009 + 4 Years = Parole!

  • A 21-year-old Chicago man who allegedly shot two women in the Lawndale neighborhood early Tuesday morning has been accused of shooting a clerk at the Karavan Motel in Cicero just hours before, Cicero Police officials said on Thursday.

    David Victory, 21, of the 600 block of North Springfield Avenue, was charged with one count each of attempted first-degree murder, aggravated battery with a firearm and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon by a felon, according to Cicero police officials

  • Victory is expected to appear in bond court in Maywood on Dec. 18 to face charges in the Cicero shooting. He was out on parole after he was sentenced to four years in prison for robbery in 2009, according to the Illinois Department of Corrections and police.
He's on parole for a previous robbery, does another robbery and shoots the victim, then decides he ought to shoot the two witnesses he was with in case they flip on him.  Not just shoot, but attempts to execute them.

That should pretty much make him ineligible for any future paroles or reductions in his sentences.  But if he had already been serving 100% of his previous sentence, he wouldn't have been in a position to shoot three people inside of a few hours.  Isn't it time for a "100% of sentence" law that keeps the most violent offenders in prison for their entire term of incarceration?

And this is also another fine example of how Chicago's draconian gun laws keep weapons out of the hands of criminals.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your all about truth in sentencing until u screw up and need that day for day.... Being in prison as an ex police officer is not fun. I was put up for a DUI as a cop... Day for day saved me... There are two sides for every story scc

12/14/2012 12:08:00 AM  
Blogger Phil Schitz here said...

The scary part: Quinn wants to close prisons.

12/14/2012 12:11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No accountability from the ASA's, judges, prisons, or parole board. Not to mention from the useless, piece of shit, waste of oxyegen, dirtbag criminals. Welcome to Cook County. Hey Toni, is this guy another of the "too many" brown and black people in prison?

12/14/2012 12:12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Creating the crisis that you can use.

But if you let him back out on the street you can use this guy to push your gun control agenda!!

Don't lock 'em up, let em go, let 'em go. It was all just a misunderstanding.

Let 'em go and you can use the man and play the victim. By letting him walk you created a crisis that allows you to send money to the law department to file charges, to create constitutional challenges and those challenges will allow you to hire more legal staff to defend.

Build your empire. Create the crisis. Use the crisis. Get it?

12/14/2012 12:23:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Governor Quinn is closing all the jails we don't have room.

By creating overcrowding conditions in the jails we'll have a crisis that can be solved by the politicians coming to the rescue proposing that we privatize the prisons -- we'll let the clouted friends at the corporations run the jails.

12/14/2012 12:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Again, find a way to hold judges, lawyers, etc. accountable and watch stuff like this not happen anymore.

12/14/2012 12:53:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your all about truth in sentencing until u screw up and need that day for day.... Being in prison as an ex police officer is not fun. I was put up for a DUI as a cop... Day for day saved me... There are two sides for every story scc

12/14/2012 12:08:00 AM

Areyou f-in kidding? I'm willing to take that chance on me not "screwing up'. Not gonna happen. Never have, nor will I ever do anything to put me in the joint. You went to prison over a simple DUI? Doubt it. Do the crime. Do the time.

12/14/2012 05:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your all about truth in sentencing until u screw up and need that day for day.... Being in prison as an ex police officer is not fun. I was put up for a DUI as a cop... Day for day saved me... There are two sides for every story scc
12/14/2012 12:08:00 AM

It's a little different when concerning violent offenders goof.

12/14/2012 06:15:00 AM  
Blogger Mr. SouthSide said...

Why do we even bother with day to day good time? Who determines that good time?

12/14/2012 06:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Get a load of Gov. Quinn playing the pension theft against "THE CHILDREN"

You knew it was coming. right?

The $55 million dollar Maggie Daley Park, the $30,000 a mile bike path and the million dollar missing in actions Cease Fire crew has nothing to do with not having money for the schools.

Oh no.

It's those pensions that need to be reformed (cut, stolen from ) that need to be fixed. It's not the money pissed away on the ex-mayor Daley security and driver entitlements or the alderman Burke security apparatus entitlements. No it's OUR pensions that are the cause of all the problems.

It's not the $400,000 per homicide investigation and it's not the $53,000 ER/EMS expenses for each gun shot wounded hood rat and innocent bystander. It's those pensions. They got to get their hands on that money. THEY are the ones thinking they are entitled to it when it's us that paid into it. It's being used as another form of tax.

Shhhhh. don't look at the revenue from the casino's or the revenue of the speed cams. We have to stall those revenue sources so you don't think we have any money. After we get our hands on your pensions we can pass those bills and install that stuff. However since the issue of "the children" we be solved we'll have all that new revenue FOR ARE FRIENDS!!

Don't you see it?

The children are being used once again as tools and they are playing us all as fools.

What's the Des Plains casino pulling in per month? $30 million?! Google it.

Oh the children, play the children to "win the hearts and minds" look at those little faces and it's these bad ol' greedy union pensions that are going to deprive them of their future. (how I'm doing..you see anyone tearing up yet?) stop looking at that casino money and the electronic billboard revenue and all that other stuff. No, look over here. Focus your attention and keep it focused on "THE CHILDREN" and "THE PENSIONS"

Grand theft and racketeering at it's finest.

12/14/2012 06:52:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


So a hood rat get's pinched with a MAC 11 a block from the 1st today. Big news on the pinch -- fast forward a few weeks and with no press he'll be let out the back door to be busted again a few weeks after for UUW parole violation again.

Who cares about McCounters CompStats. What the hell is he counting? The number of busts like it makes a difference? What's the big picture? In the front door and out the back door. This organization is a joke.

12/14/2012 06:58:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They don't have anything to fear in Cook county. The court system's a joke.

12/14/2012 07:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let it happen to the shithead hack judges who let these cocksuckers loose on society.

12/14/2012 08:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

blame squeezy, the parole python!!!

12/14/2012 08:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

12:08: Sorry pal, but it was once said "If you can't do the time, don't do the crime". Nowadays DUIs are on a par with murder so you're lucky you got out at all.

12/14/2012 08:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Karavan Hotel in Cicero? That is were we spent our honeymoon

12/14/2012 08:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

kangaroo court dept of justice..

Unequal Justice: HSBC Above Laws, Woman Gets Life Sentence

Out of control. Just like Rahm about to get the bartender beating case erased.

12/14/2012 08:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your all about truth in sentencing until u screw up and need that day for day.... Being in prison as an ex police officer is not fun. I was put up for a DUI as a cop... Day for day saved me... There are two sides for every story scc

12/14/2012 12:08:00 AM

dui vs armed robbery attempted murder is apples and oranges

12/14/2012 08:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I was put up for a DUI as a cop..." I believe the caveat was full sentence for VIOLENT offenders. Have to agree with that.

12/14/2012 09:02:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Im shocked he was housed that long...

12/14/2012 09:05:00 AM  
Blogger West Side, Inside Do-Nothing said...

Anonymous said...
Your all about truth in sentencing until u screw up and need that day for day.... Being in prison as an ex police officer is not fun. I was put up for a DUI as a cop... Day for day saved me... There are two sides for every story scc

12/14/2012 12:08:00 AM

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Apples and oranges, moron.

This asshole and far too many just like him are violent, career criminals. They've had their shot at probation - sometimes numerous shots - and fucked that up. Next, they were sentenced to prison terms where they gamed a broken system to get released after serving only a small portion of their original sentence.

Sentencing guidelines need to be reevaluated, restructured and strictly enforced to keep these motherfuckers away as long as possible. They have repeatedly shown that they lack any hope of rehabilitation. They define "recidivism". They need to be kept in cages away from society.

If you were "put up for DUI as a cop", you obviously accumulated problems over the years or you fucked up big. Maybe you're not telling us the whole story? Did you maybe catch a vehicular homicide with your (Aggravated?) DUI and get sentenced to a dozen years in the clink? Otherwise, your argument doesn't hold water. If you were really a cop at one time you should realize just how clouded your comment appears.

And judging by your convoluted thought process, is it safe to assume that the fire water is still a problem?

12/14/2012 09:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SCC I bet many people didn't know that Quinn is closing the juvie super max (Joliet) in December! He is claiming (no funds & not enough inmates). The thing is they had close to 300 Quinn had offenders released on EM until the number was close to 100 inmates. Of the 248 guards 70 will be able to go to St. Charles, 2 to a facility in the city & the rest downstate or no job! The little angles will be back in the neighborhood to rape, rob & pilliage yet

Don't agree with former cop! Do the crime do the time!

12/14/2012 09:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Close prisons, close schools, reduce firemen & police.
All fear tactics by the political asshats to " justify " raising taxes to be spent on yet more clouted hackery...$55 million Maggie park ring a bell?

12/14/2012 10:00:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why is Chicago so unsafe?

Go to:

http://www.gunssavelife.com/?p=3963

12/14/2012 10:14:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ilinois is the worst state in the nation. Our "soft on crime" Gov. Quinn has let the bad guys run loose in the state. Quinn is THE WORST GOV. EVER! He released so many criminals it's beyond shamefull.

12/14/2012 10:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I swear; the public needs to go sit in the court rooms and take note. How about the media, nah what was I thinking. That will never happen. Case after case and day after day. It sickens me to see what the Cook County Judicial system has become. Then they put Judge fist pump, write me an essay Walker in charge of all gun cases in Juvenile Court. This guy throws out almost all gun cases thus empowering the juvenile banger to get another gun to do wrong with.

12/14/2012 10:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quinn will let them out as fast as they get in!

12/14/2012 10:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe thay use the same type of math when handing out taxpayer money on contracts- one for me and one for you.

12/14/2012 10:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your all about truth in sentencing until u screw up and need that day for day.... Being in prison as an ex police officer is not fun. I was put up for a DUI as a cop... Day for day saved me... There are two sides for every story scc

12/14/2012 12:08:00 AM


If you seriously think your situation compares in anyway to this POS with a criminal HISTORY then it's good riddance to bad rubbish to you. Day for day is in place for people like you who are first time offenders, minimal history and non-violent offenders. You must have caught that DUI case pretty quick after the academy because any cop with time on the streets knows that. Consider yourself lucky. It seems in most cases involving cops they give the maximum sentence with few to no chances of reducing it.

12/14/2012 12:50:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kudos to coppers who arrested the animal! Car chase, foot pursuit, recovered weapon! Great job boys and girls!

12/14/2012 01:01:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

create an ''urban terrorist'' law. charge them in federal court. city and state laws have no teeth.

12/14/2012 02:35:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

On some of these "short"-sounding sentences, keep in mind "time served." Possible to spend 1-2-3 years in county jail while wheels turn.

Doesn't make up for some of the more egregious examples, though -- the "catch-and-release" cases with hundreds of arrests and multiple serious convictions, and here they are again.

I guess the billboards and bus placards and scary radio commercials about "Operation Exile" and so forth were not much more than filler.

12/14/2012 06:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OT: the media needs to understand this so they stop buying into the Superintendent's bullshit of how he has reduced the homicide rate from 66% back in March.
Just pulled the Crime Stats from the CPD website:

As of 9/16/12 we had 382 murders compared to 303 murders for the same time frame in 2011, which is an increase of 79 murders and represents a 26% increase.
The latest stats were just posted and as of 12/2/12 we had 484 murders compared to 399 murders for the same time frame in 2011, which is an increase of 85 murders (6 more dead bodies to the previous increase) but represents a 21% increase. Only the RATE of the increase slowed, but the increase remains. There has been no decrease!
The supt keeps using this % as proof his initiatives are working...but the number of bodies dropping is going in the other direction. When will the media grow some balls and call him out on this?

12/14/2012 07:52:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The cause of most of our crime problems is the lack of the liberal courts doing there job

12/14/2012 08:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sick of this rehabbing approach of our correctional institutions? It's time to go back to punishment! These offenders are no longer afraid of the consequences. They no longer respect the system or fear the judgements placed upon them. The death penalty must be reinstated immediately!

12/14/2012 10:45:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stop busting pot smokers and enough prison space will be freed up that prisons can close and the money used for something better.
And you'll have more time for real bad guys.
Connect some dots.

12/15/2012 03:51:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you are victim of crime from one these early released paroles sue the state and parole board.

12/15/2012 04:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Your all about truth in sentencing until u screw up and need that day for day.... Being in prison as an ex police officer is not fun. I was put up for a DUI as a cop... Day for day saved me... There are two sides for every story scc

12/14/2012 12:08:00 AM

Your full of shit, not taking the bait asshole

12/16/2012 05:36:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's an example of our cook county justice system:
We received information about a guy driving around in a tan Lincoln, in a certain area in the west side of the city. The car was spotted and followed by an officer in a covert vehicle for about 30 minutes. The driver was observed in and out of the vehicle. Enforcement officers attempted to curb the vehicle after observing a traffic violation. The offender fled about 90 miles an hour the wrong way on a side street almost taking out the covert officer as well as other citizens on the street. The officers lost sight of the vehicle for 2 mins. The car was located and the officers found a 7MONTH old baby as well as a loaded handgun!!!!! A flash was sent out with a very
Descriptive description of the offender by the surveillance officer. A citizen told officers that a m/1 fitting the description jumped the turnstile at the nearby train station. The trains were stopped and a short time later a subject matching the description was detained and positively identified by the surveillance officer as the individual driving the vehicle. Furthermore a citizen came forward stating that the offender(who turned out to be baby's daddy) called her and told her that the police were chasing him and to go get the baby which he left behind in the Lincoln and pretend to be the babies mamma. Bye, the way, the offender had the keys to the car. All of this was presented to the states attorney and UUW charges were DENIED!!!!!! The reason being that no one saw him flee or drop the gun in the car. Anyone could have put that gun in there in a 2 minute period. Also, there were 3 occupants in the car. They wouldn't charge this guy. It was constructive possession and the state was arguing the case before it went to trial!!!! Needless to say, the guy was charged with misdemeanor child endangerment and traffic, by the way HE WAS ON PAROLE!!!! 2 years left!!!! His parole was violated! The point is, that the same animals continue to commit crimes and they keep getting out!!! Cook County is a joke!!! Toni Prepwinkle doesn't think it's fair that minorities are locked up for drugs but guess what bitch most of the shootings and murders are because of drugs in Chicago !!! Wake up and enforce the laws and the punishments that are on the books!!!!
I'm one pissed off cop!!!!

12/18/2012 02:06:00 PM  

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