Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Anyone got a Spare $40 Million?

We'd say "write the check already" if we were on the jury:
  • A new lawsuit condemns Northwestern University and a former star professor central to Illinois’ history of wrongful convictions and exonerations, alleging the university allowed a “culture of lawlessness” and unethical conduct among faculty and journalism students who worked to free inmates.

    The suit seeking $40 million in damages was filed Tuesday in federal court on behalf of Alstory Simon, who spent some 15 years in prison after he confessed and pleaded guilty to a double-homicide in Chicago. Simon’s confession led to the release of Anthony Porter, who had been on death row for the 1982 slayings.

    The case is one of the most significant in Illinois history, since Porter’s release helped spur then-Gov. George Ryan to halt executions, a step toward the abolition of the death penalty in 2011. But the case was upended in October when Cook County prosecutors agreed to throw out Simon’s conviction, citing questions about the methods used to obtain his confession.
Because it's completely ethical to hire and video tape an actor to portray a witness so you can wear down an innocent man. And it's totally okay to send budding journalism students into prisons with vague promises of licentiousness to inmates who haven't seen a woman in years. And bankrolling dope addicts for testimony - everyone knows that's cool. And don't even question the behavior of Dick Devine, the different Grand Juries, the lies told to judges in order to force this false plea through.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I had the opportunity to ask State's Attorney Maria Alverez if Anthony Porter tried to sue for wrongful conviction.

She said that he did sue but as turned down by a jury so something went right.

Can the City of Chicago sue Northwestern or get a piece of this 40 Million for the loss of the labor we suffered due to making the second investigation and arrest and defending Porter's lawsuit. Cost them enough and they won't do it again.

We could get some money for our pensions, or some more flower pots.

2/18/2015 12:25:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AAAAAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

FINALLY!

We'll finally get to see the RIGHT muthafuckahs in this sad, sordid and sorry shit-show, swinging from select branches of the gnarly pine tree of Justice.

We wonder if the Cook County state's attorneys of that era have anything to say...

Strip those bastards of their prosecutorial immunity and compel them to give testimony...

Yeah Richie...
The jig is about to be up!

Burge might have something good to say too...

2/18/2015 12:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karma. Suck it NW!

2/18/2015 12:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This shows you what pieces of Shit Lawyers are, its not about inocense but the Lawsuit for putting an innocent man in jail they aim to profit on.

2/18/2015 12:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And making sure VRI continues.

***10.5 Hour Days Kills VRI and your life

Don't be sold on the So called Extra Days Off BS

2/18/2015 12:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is delicious! Suck it liberal do-gooders! I hope the university tells them all to get their own lawyers. Bleed'em dry!

2/18/2015 12:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karma would have been Governor Ryan meeting one of his commuted murderers in the shower room.

2/18/2015 01:31:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Northwestern University Professors and gaduates never have the opportunity to live next to their pet success stories. The last time they saw them was at the tearful press conference, before they sent them on a bus to someplace far, far away from the Northwestern Campus.

2/18/2015 01:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kudos to Marty Preib and Bill Crawford.

2/18/2015 02:18:00 AM  
Blogger pathickey said...

" Morning, Sara; I'll have a stack of buckwheat cakes, two teaks blood -rare, some bacon and huge platter of smokin' IRONY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

2/18/2015 04:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reread "faculty and journalism students who worked to free inmates". Best description of their actions.

After it became apparent that they were incorrect about their innocence project, it became solely about the end game: to free inmates regardless of their innocence.

This was all done for their own self aggrandizing and was despicable.

2/18/2015 05:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, it's not like Northwestern doesn't have the money. In fact the sister of the legendary billionaire, Warren Buffet, Northwestern alum Roberta "Bertie" Buffett Elliott, just endowed the University with a check for $101 million. Maybe they knew this suit was coming and decided to pay off Alstory Simon rather than have Northwestern's "good name" tarnished and dragged through the mud in a messy trial.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/01/28/us-usa-buffett-northwestern-idUSKBN0L125D20150128

2/18/2015 06:04:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Liberal cesspool

2/18/2015 06:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Prieb will need to write a book called
"Crooked City 2"

2/18/2015 06:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let the Righteous Liberal Northwestern University pay for this injustice. Then make every former student"investigator" who is now employed in the Propaganda Machine that passes as American Journalism; make Them pay out of their pockets. Tack it on to their student loans."G"

2/18/2015 07:14:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was hoping he'd sue that smug turd Eric Zorn too.

2/18/2015 07:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...



Hey, when will Alvarez files felony charges of eavesdropping, bribery, conspiracy and obstruction against Protess and his crew of nubiles?


Oh.....wait......the statute of limitations has run.

2/18/2015 08:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Every police officer needs to read Marty Preib's book. It would be nice if all the media read it as well, but they are in denial. If a cop was getting sued for 40 million dollars it would be all over the news. These misguided Northwestern students and faculty made it possible for killers to literally walk free. Eric Zorn and the media enabled it. The lawyer and private investigator in the case should both be brought up on charges. I don't even think Protess has been disbarred. None of them want to admit they were wrong.

2/18/2015 08:12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congrats Marty Prieb
It hanks to You and others the truth is finally brought to light.

2/18/2015 08:30:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

but the states attorneys office is not mentioned in lawsuit

2/18/2015 08:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And making sure VRI continues.

***10.5 Hour Days Kills VRI and your life

Don't be sold on the So called Extra Days Off BS

Save VRI and 4 and 2
Vote No for Rham and No McJersey Shore

A New Mayor means a NEW SUPT

2/18/2015 08:45:00 AM  
Blogger SpankDaddy said...

No surprises here. Liberals bend the truth to fit their needs.

2/18/2015 08:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2015/02/18/rauner-to-seek-deep-spending-cuts-in-first-budget-address/?utm_medium=VPH&utm_source=topvph_news&utm_campaign=626521

2/18/2015 08:54:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those. that can, can
Those that can't teach!

Those that can report, report
Those that can't try to investigate!

2/18/2015 08:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

With lawyers, it's about the Money. It was and is ALWAYS about the money!

2/18/2015 09:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

God Bless Prieb. This was a giant scam

2/18/2015 09:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Northwestern University journalism project was more about activism. That is fine. I can live with that. What I can't live with is that they could not obtain the desired results they wanted and they hit a brick wall. So what did they do next then? They lied so they could get the results they wanted.

On the other hand, the Innocence Project uses dna evidence to see if a convicted offender did commit the crime. In cases where the dna evidence doesn't match, they help to get the offender free. I can live with that. I can't live with people who are hell bent on getting what they want at any cost. If a truly innocent person is set free then fine.

2/18/2015 09:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Northwestern = shit Commie school

2/18/2015 09:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

O.T. 10.5 Hour Day Coming

The 10.5 hour day will be coming. That is the only way the city can meet the manpower gap. Because more officers will be retiring. 1985-86 saw a huge hiring turn out and many of those officers will choose to retire. The 10.5 hour day allows the city to cut one third/one shift and thus presto: manpower shortage problem solved and no need to hire more officers solved.

2/18/2015 10:01:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No doubt at all the Northwestern crew are a bunch of dirty liberal sacks of shit.



That being said, I always find it ridiculous when "offenders" not only admit guilt and confess, but in this case even PLEA GUILTY.

This is not the dark ages and contrary to a subculture of police hate, I doubt this guy was beat half to death and put up too it.

There is no level of exhaustion or modern interview technique that is going to get me to admit to something I did not do, let alone a god damn murder.

Something got this weak spineless sack of shit on the radar, and some part of his guilty soul made him talk. Maybe he didn't do it but he was likely involved or knew enough.

Just saying.

2/18/2015 10:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is just the first thread in this whole scam unraveling. Professor Karen Daniel, her husband in the appeals division, and the Fucking Loeveys are next.

2/18/2015 10:09:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the union should get all the POs that were harmed by these liberal students and the faculty and sue the shit out of them. Hold both the university and each person liabel for what they did.
Due to these nitwits, some guys were held abck and promotions blocked.

2/18/2015 10:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I had the opportunity to ask State's Attorney Maria Alverez if Anthony Porter tried to sue for wrongful conviction.

She said that he did sue but as turned down by a jury so something went right.

Can the City of Chicago sue Northwestern or get a piece of this 40 Million for the loss of the labor we suffered due to making the second investigation and arrest and defending Porter's lawsuit. Cost them enough and they won't do it again.

We could get some money for our pensions, or some more flower pots.

&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&

Maria Alvarez?????? Go back to saying nothing please. Nothing you do or say can be taken seriously from here on out.

2/18/2015 10:37:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And making sure VRI continues.

***10.5 Hour Days Kills VRI and your life

Don't be sold on the So called Extra Days Off BS

2/18/2015 12:56:00 AM


&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&

Kill vri? So be it. Why do u think the city IS doing 10 hour days starting jan 2017? Not 2016 by the way as so many think. It's to end the 80 million plus price tag of vri. Fop can only do so much about this. The can't really fight it because the city has the final say with schedules.. So don't worry, we are getting the 10 hour days and the blood money program will be ending

2/18/2015 10:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Off Topic Butt,

CHICAGO (CBS) – A Chicago police officer accidentally shot himself in the foot Wednesday morning at a southwest suburban courthouse.

Around 9:40 a.m., an alarm malfunctioned at the Bridgeview Courthouse, resulting in a brief evacuation of the building, police said.

During the evacuation, a Chicago police officer was retrieving his firearm from a storage locker, when it went off, and a bullet struck the officer in the leg.

He was taken to a nearby hospital, but his injuries were not considered life-threatening.


Come On Office !

2/18/2015 11:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This just in from the White House: ISIS needs jobs and that will stop them from the beheadings, burnings, rape, and murder of everyone they come across.

2/18/2015 11:28:00 AM  
Anonymous Pay da Piper A**wipes! said...

The lovely thing about this is that while NU can afford to defend the lawsuit, I'm betting Paul Ciolino can't. Butting heads with Terry Ekl should make anyone's a** pucker. Ciolino's insurance would normally cover his defense (though only $1M max) of the judgment.

However, in a case where it's alleged that he didn't act negligently, but rather like a piece of shit street scum, the insurance company may reserve rights which leaves him hanging.

Could not happen to a better low life POS

2/18/2015 11:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does this mean the door to Capital Punishment II in IL is now open? I'd say bring back Old Sparky as well. Show Sparky in action to as many shitheads as possible. Let them be very afraid.

2/18/2015 11:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

P.O.'s gun goes off at court house ! next time you look at that old timer with a revolver, just smile and wish you could carry the same.

2/18/2015 11:53:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If some Police Officers and Detectives pulled this illegal bullshit,they would be sitting in the Federal Supermax Prison in Colorado for 100 years..

2/18/2015 12:43:00 PM  
Blogger C Rob said...

I do not know how to post a blog on this website, but I thought you all should know about this. The Police Academy along with other Chicago buildings have a lien on them. Here is the blog spot that you can go to and he or she gives you the information you need to find this out for yourself. I am now asking "Why Rham?" as well. Here is the link:

http://cmrobin23.blogspot.com/

2/18/2015 12:53:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OT --

Thanks for Ash Wednesday schedule, SCC. Very nice.

Moving along, even at -30 wind chill. Spring will come yet...hang in there!

2/18/2015 12:55:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rham has $15 Million as a trader With no exp Go figure

2/18/2015 12:57:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For those that are not aware. After Porter was released he attempted to civilly sue CPD and the detectives. The detectives convinced the corporation counsel lawyers to go to trial and yes the city won a jury trial. Not a dime to Porter or his lawyers. Because he's GUILTY!

2/18/2015 01:06:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://dig.abclocal.go.com/wls/documents/BudgetSummary_Final.pdf

2/18/2015 01:07:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What goes around comes around!

2/18/2015 01:22:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When Northwestern isn't hosting a Marxist symposium for journalists,its fabricating murder cases on putting convictions on the wrong people. If there ever was a conspiracy, this journalism school earns top honors. Putting a murder case on a disadvantaged minority nonetheless.

2/18/2015 01:28:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The private detective broke laws, rules, and regulations too. His creds should be stripped!

2/18/2015 01:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The detectives that were wrongfully accused should cite health concerns, emotional distress and punitive damages from the "crew" from Northwestern University. How about disbarring some of these attorneys and booting them out of academia? Talk about organized "criminal" activities not to mention legal ethics issues.

2/18/2015 01:34:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe the tribune will return their journalism award for their depth (hee hee) investigation into this very subject.

2/18/2015 01:35:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is what happens when u let liberal journalists play detective. Leave that up to law enforcement.

2/18/2015 01:49:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fuck you Prestice! how does it feel you jag off!

2/18/2015 02:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

>>>Anonymous said...
Prieb will need to write a book called
"Crooked City 2"

2/18/2015 06:41:00 AM<<<

How about he writes,

How the People Voted the Demo-Communists Out and Got Their City Back.

Subtitle: A Blueprint for the Rest of the Country

2/18/2015 02:53:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Kill vri? So be it. Why do u think the city IS doing 10 hour days starting jan 2017? Not 2016 by the way as so many think. It's to end the 80 million plus price tag of vri. Fop can only do so much about this. The can't really fight it because the city has the final say with schedules.. So don't worry, we are getting the 10 hour days and the blood money program will be ending

****DeaNO is that You???
FLOP Silent ZZZzZZzzzzzzZZZ

NOT True
VOTE RhamBo and You'll get the 10.5 Days This Summer 2015

Besides its not just about VRI Just wait till your Exhausted and Want CU

2/18/2015 03:34:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fop can only do so much about this
Really a Contract a Contract

Unless theres a Loop Hole for DEan and the Board

Fop can only do so much about then Why Do we Have FLOP?????

Let me save my Dues Money


2/18/2015 03:36:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OT OT OT OT OT OT OT :



Any post on some of the stupidity that was the FOP general meeting last night???

It never ceases to amaze the level of dumb shit that is said, but last night had some great moments.


BM from 014 really needs to stop talking at the damn meetings. Any attempt to justify NOT REGISTERING TO VOTE is just fucking stupid. There is NO REASON in the world as a public employee to NOT register and go out and vote. It really isn't a privilege as much as it is an obligation of every citizen. Nobody should be allowed to bitch about a damn thing when it comes to work if they are not voting in every election. The fact that a HUGE percentage of our department is not even registered is not only alarming, but also telling of why the city doesn't give a shit about us. Where would could have some leverage touting a big voter turn out that could sway a vote, we lose all traction with a simple voter search.

GET OUT AND VOTE.

As for the young officers in 005 complaining about the 10 hour day because it "hurts their family life" or "makes them tired." Suck it the fuck up. Duty hours are duty hours and they have never been in line with most other normal adult jobs. If you can't handle it quit and be a teacher. Standing there with barely 2 years on the job and crying about working midnight hours is total bullshit. Work in any district in the city and you will be on midnights shy of a courtesy management spot on afternoons.
Anyone that can't understand that the idea behind the 10 hour pilot program might be a new schedule citywide is a fool too. What would be the point in even attempting the pilot program if there wasn't a possibility of it going into effect?? Now speculating that any 1 or 2 other districts might get it soon would be pure rumor, but we shall see what the next year brings us. I am not sold on it, but I will show up to work whenever I am supposed to as long as the checks keep clearing.

You get a bunch of days off so go out drinking on those nights and don't bitch about being at work.

2/18/2015 03:43:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did anyone cringe watching Protess wrap his legs around Porter?

2/18/2015 03:43:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

On the other hand, the Innocence Project uses dna evidence to see if a convicted offender did commit the crime. In cases where the dna evidence doesn't match, they help to get the offender free. I can live with that. I can't live with people who are hell bent on getting what they want at any cost. If a truly innocent person is set free then fine.

2/18/2015 09:56:00 AM


Big fan of TV, correct? This isn't CSI Chicago. If there is no DNA evidence that doesn't mean they are innocent. It just means they didn't find DNA. If they find different DNA, it doesn't mean they weren't there.

DNA doesn't sprinkle off of us like Pixie dust. I've lived in my house for 30 years and I would bet they could go in at least one room here and not find my DNA. I know they wouldn't find it on my wife.

2/18/2015 03:48:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just out of curiosity, does anyone know what became of the "journalists/students" that were involved in this charade? Are they currently passing themselves off as mainstream media members that are relaying "truth and justice" to the masses?

2/18/2015 04:05:00 PM  
Anonymous 011 2nd Watch DOG said...

10 Hour days citywide??? Sign me up jack! I can careless about side jobs, court, and all the other BS cop's love throwing out there. More time with my family is a win, guess what I will have that early car on days!
765B

2/18/2015 04:16:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Obamas spend Valentines apart again and spend 2.5 million on tax payers money just on this Valentines alone. WTF! Can someone pls tell me how the f*ck that is not an issue?

2/18/2015 04:24:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And making sure VRI continues.

***10.5 Hour Days Kills VRI and your life

Don't be sold on the So called Extra Days Off BS

2/18/2015 12:56:00 AM


&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&

Kill vri? So be it. Why do u think the city IS doing 10 hour days starting jan 2017? Not 2016 by the way as so many think. It's to end the 80 million plus price tag of vri. Fop can only do so much about this. The can't really fight it because the city has the final say with schedules.. So don't worry, we are getting the 10 hour days and the blood money program will be ending

2/18/2015 10:45:00 AM

Fuck that! I need the extra money from vri to pay my bills. Try supporting a family on our salary. It is hard. The vri money helps my family out a lot.

2/18/2015 04:49:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Pay da Piper A**wipes! said...
The lovely thing about this is that while NU can afford to defend the lawsuit, I'm betting Paul Ciolino can't. Butting heads with Terry Ekl should make anyone's a** pucker. Ciolino's insurance would normally cover his defense (though only $1M max) of the judgment.

However, in a case where it's alleged that he didn't act negligently, but rather like a piece of shit street scum, the insurance company may reserve rights which leaves him hanging.

Could not happen to a better low life POS

2/18/2015 11:33:00 AM
He now does personal security for the Ricketts (Cubs) family.

2/18/2015 04:53:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This just in from the White House: ISIS needs jobs and that will stop them from the beheadings, burnings, rape, and murder of everyone they come across.

2/18/2015 11:28:00 AM

This came from Marie Harf at the State Department, who now essentially says that we are too stupid to understand her.

Try this --

United Nations investigates claim of ISIS organ theft

Wed February 18, 2015

"New York (CNN)The United Nations is looking into claims that ISIS -- already considered the wealthiest terrorist group on record -- may be harvesting organs from slain civilians and gaining financial benefits by trafficking the body parts...

"The Iraqi ambassador, Mohamed Alhakim, on Tuesday urged the Security Council to investigate the deaths of 12 doctors in Mosul, Iraq. He said they were killed after refusing to remove organs from bodies.

"Some of the bodies we found are mutilated ... that means some parts are missing," he told reporters, adding that there were openings in the back of the bodies where the kidneys would be located.

"This is clearly something bigger than we think," Alhakim said.

"The plunder of bodies for usable organs and tissues is widespread, according to Nancy Scheper-Hughes, director of Organs Watch, a University of California, Berkeley-based documentation and research project.

"Organ theft during wars, civil wars, dirty wars, wars involving undisciplined armies is not uncommon."

"There is a market in Europe for the stolen organs. The terror group has taken over airports where the body parts could be flown out in deals arranged between middlemen and buyers...

"The mutilated bodies have been found in shallow graves over the last several weeks...

"ISIS had announced the opening of a medical school in its main stronghold in northern Syria.

"Dead bodies, once they are disarticulated, pulverized, processed, freeze-dried, etc., are so far removed from the 'human' person that they are simply commodities. The demand for fresh organs and tissues ... is insatiable."

"Fresh kidneys from "the brain dead or from those executed with the assistance of trained organ harvesters are the blood diamonds of illicit and criminal trafficking."

"ISIS has been defined as the wealthiest terrorist group on record, using a combination of black-market oil sales, extortion and sophisticated social media to raise money to fund its expansion into Iraq and Syria, according to the U.S. Treasury.

The terrorist group pulls in about $1 million a day, according to the Treasury.

"Extortion, such as demanding money from truck drivers and threatening to blow up businesses, is another revenue stream for the group, in addition to robbing banks and gold shops.

"The income helps finance a growing stream of suicide attacks and assassinations..."

http://www.cnn.com/2015/02/18/middleeast/isis-organ-harvesting-claim/index.html

2/18/2015 05:09:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Off topic about body cameras:

http://www.forcescience.org/bodycams.pdf

A good read for everyone.

2/18/2015 05:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Some have posted the McNumbnuts has been MIA for some time.

Rahm doesn't want him to open his mouth and embarrass both of them.

Or maybe he was in Washington DC trying to sell himself as the new Chief of the Secret Service.

They chose the Acting Director Joseph P. Clancy as the Acting Director of the United States Secret Service on October 1, 2014. Prior to accepting the position of Acting Director, Mr. Clancy served as the Executive Director of Cable Security at Comcast Corporation.

A Presidential Motorcade, McNumnuts couldn't organize a one-car funeral.

VOTE!!

2/18/2015 06:31:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Okay people, I'm confused, all these benefits popping up for Get Behind The Vest. Do we not get Uniform Allowance? We need a vest once every five years! People get some lives, high schools, pancake breakfest, way too much, someone somewhere is making money, and politicians are riding this out!

2/18/2015 06:53:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The attorney the city hired to defend the detectives in the wrongful conviction suit of Anthony Porter, the attorney' s name is Walter Jones. His father was a police officer. He decided, after talking to the detectives, to look into this. Many attorneys would try to settle. We need to remember who the good attorneys are.

2/18/2015 07:17:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reminds me of the duke lacrosse case, fabricated bullshit to promote an egotist...stepped on and shit on decent people. It was an innocence project. The detectives were innocent of misconduct.

2/18/2015 07:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All the coppers slandered, maligned and dragged through the mud by Northwestern, Protess, Eric Zorn and others should go after these corrupt fucks in civil court.

Although it would be nice to see the not so innocents of the Innocence Project bent over and getting a big and dry 1983 shoved up their coal chutes...

2/18/2015 07:43:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is what happens when u let liberal journalists play detective. Leave that up to law enforcement.

2/18/2015 01:49:00 PM


There's a host of stuff they should but won't be charged with- ie- extortion- civil rights violations- perjury- forgery - obstruction - conspiracy - impersonation of police- agg assault - false documents- tampering with evidence but the Feds & states attorney can't find anything, but I guess if it goes to depositing these people a second federal perjury charge can hit but I doubt it will get that far because prison is where they can all go if they don't settle before testimony starts - yes prison. Anybody that matters reading?

2/18/2015 07:52:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Will this open the door for victims' families to sue because offenders were released based on lies fabricated by the Innocence Project?

2/18/2015 09:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kill vri? So be it. Why do u think the city IS doing 10 hour days starting jan 2017? Not 2016 by the way as so many think. It's to end the 80 million plus price tag of vri. Fop can only do so much about this. The can't really fight it because the city has the final say with schedules.. So don't worry, we are getting the 10 hour days and the blood money program will be ending

2/18/2015 10:45:00 AM

Where exactly do you get your information from? Not that I don't think the city is seriously considering the 10.5 hour day, but to you, it's a done deal. Why?

2/18/2015 09:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Word around that university of Chicagos program is about to hit a big scandal like this revolving around Russell Ainsworth who is a partner at loevy and loevy. Interesting if true.

2/18/2015 10:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please refresh my memory. What's the name of the famous civil rights attorney trying to get a license to grow and sell marijuana?

2/18/2015 11:06:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So will Eric Zorn "cash in" on all of his ass kissing to the Medill Journalism School for a job, or will he run to U of C for a part-timer job.

Inquiring minds want to know!

2/19/2015 12:28:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Please refresh my memory. What's the name of the famous civil rights attorney trying to get a license to grow and sell marijuana?

2/18/2015 11:06:00 PM


Civil Rights Attorney? Are you soft in the head.

The "attorney" is Jon Loevy.

There is big money going after those marijuana licenses. Hedge funds, private equity firms and of course, the usual band of politicians relatives and clout heavy parasites who haven't yet been able to cash in on a casino license.

This is better than any casino license.

2/19/2015 12:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
On the other hand, the Innocence Project uses dna evidence to see if a convicted offender did commit the crime. In cases where the dna evidence doesn't match, they help to get the offender free. I can live with that. I can't live with people who are hell bent on getting what they want at any cost. If a truly innocent person is set free then fine.

2/18/2015 09:56:00 AM


Big fan of TV, correct? This isn't CSI Chicago. If there is no DNA evidence that doesn't mean they are innocent. It just means they didn't find DNA. If they find different DNA, it doesn't mean they weren't there.

DNA doesn't sprinkle off of us like Pixie dust. I've lived in my house for 30 years and I would bet they could go in at least one room here and not find my DNA. I know they wouldn't find it on my wife.

2/18/2015 03:48:


read up on touch DNA

2/19/2015 02:58:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

read up on touch DNA

2/19/2015 02:58:00 PM


Already familiar with it and stand by my original post. Lack of DNA doesn't mean you're innocent no matter how many times the lawyers say it.

2/21/2015 04:44:00 PM  

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