Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Hate Crime Protection

  • Nearly three years after the I-Team exposed regular attacks on Chicago paramedics, a new city ordinance is finally in the works to protect them and all first responders.

    Under the proposed ordinance, city hate crime laws would be expanded to protect police, fire and EMS crews. Paramedics say that incidents that keep them from doing their jobs and endanger their lives happen roughly once a day.

    "It's so unpredictable," paramedic Brandy Kasper said.

    "Six people turned into 12, a mini mob kind of formed, and the physical violence started," paramedic Larry Kaczmarek said.

    "We had nothing. No warning," paramedic Melanie Howe said.

    Now, relief is proposed in an expansion of Chicago's hate crime law to include current, former police and fire officers and emergency crew members. It would also include an increase in fines for those who attack first responders and convicted violators would face up to six months in prison.
We'll believe this when we see it. We're still waiting for the first ever prosecution of a "False Affidavit" charge even though the law has been in place for nearly a decade.

As someone pointed out, don't expect this to survive the committee hearings with the police provision intact - we're far too useful as Rahm's punching bags.

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65 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pass another law making it illegal to do what is already illegal.

>foot-stamping, cackling, uproarious laughter, double high-fives all around<

"WHOO! We scared!

..and back over the turnstiles on the southbound Red Line as the green-vested "supervisor" wisely stands back against the wall...

6/07/2016 12:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a great idea. Expansion of a law. This should solve everything. After all, everyone knows how law abiding Chicago's thugs, gangers and malcontents are.

6/07/2016 12:18:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"It would also include an increase in fines for those who attack first responders..."

And there it is. The real reason.

6/07/2016 12:36:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just another charge that'll get thrown out

6/07/2016 12:37:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought attacking people was already against the law?
Isn't resisting arrest also against the law?

Hate crime laws are racist. Use the existing laws.

Oh, that's right; no one is ever convicted under the existing laws. Now we can have more people not convicted under more laws.
To the ASA's, do your job, use the existing laws.

6/07/2016 12:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This may be one place where the body cameras will help?

Yes, the mutt did lay hands on my partner, here is the proof.
Prosecute the mutts, don't let them skate.

6/07/2016 12:54:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a city of losers who only act on what the political wind will blow...so we will wait to see what actually comes of this possible law. Re hate crime Protection...actually this is not Protection. Protection would mean that each vehicle sent to a troubled area had an escort for the purpose of safety. Something like Obamacare...its not about health, its about insurance. So, Protection is useless, meaningless without escorts.

6/07/2016 12:58:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thats why Rahm HAS TO GO , Whatever happen to the Bill to impeach that Silly Ass Ballerina

6/07/2016 01:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How did you miss this:
A Message from Superintendent Johnson on Executive Appointments

Dear Members,

As I’m sure you’ve heard me say on more than one occasion, we are at a historic moment in our agency to rebuild public trust and promote transparency with the ultimate goal of making our city safer. Through stronger partnerships between CPD and the community, we can work together to hold the right people accountable for the violence they inflict in some of Chicago’s neighborhoods.

In order to face the tasks ahead of us, I would like to announce the following changes and additions to the Command Staff:

Anne Kirkpatrick will be joining CPD as Chief of the Bureau of Professional Standards. This newly created bureau will include Departmental education and training, compliance, research and development, and accountability. Anne’s primary responsibility will be to serve as the chief liaison with the U.S. Department of Justice to implement recommendations from the findings of their review as well as those from the Mayor’s Task Force on Police Accountability. She has an extensive and accomplished career in law enforcement, having served as the Chief of Police in Spokane, Washington and as Chief Deputy in the King’s County Sheriff’s Department in Washington state.

Charise Valente will be joining CPD as General Counsel. Charise has more than 20 years experience in the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office with a concentration in gang, gun, and felony offenses. In 2015 she won the Crime Stoppers Award for Trial Excellence and is a two time winner of the U.S. Department of Justice Project Safe Neighborhoods Award. She will be responsible for all functions under the Office of Legal Affairs and will serve as the Department’s chief counsel.

James Roussell will be transitioning into the role of Chief of Strategy and Operations for CPD. He has served the Department for over 30 years, having served as Chief of Staff, Commander of 024 and the Mobile Strike Force unit. Roussell also is a decorated veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. He holds a PhD in Education and will be primarily responsible for crime control strategies as tactical and operations adviser to the Superintendent. He will also oversee the Crime Prevention and Information Center (CPIC), CompStat, and Deployment Operations Center (DOC).

Robert Boik will be joining CPD as Chief of Staff to the Superintendent. Robert has significant municipal experience, most recently serving as Chief of Staff to the CEO of Chicago Public Schools. As Chief of Staff, he will be responsible for legislative and intergovernmental affairs, special events, serve as chief interdepartmental liaison, and oversee administration of the Superintendent’s office.

Robin Robinson will be joining CPD as Special Adviser to the Superintendent for Community Affairs. Robin has been a familiar face in Chicago, having served as the anchor on Fox 32 News for over 25 years before joining WBBM Newsradio. Utilizing the trust she has built throughout the city during her career, she will serve as a Departmental spokesperson and be responsible for fostering stronger community faith and partnerships in Chicago’s neighborhoods.

It is no secret that as an agency, and as a city, we have many challenges before us. Through the combined efforts of those of us who are veterans to CPD, as well as those newest to our team, we can face these challenges head on. So let’s get to work.

Thank you and as always, stay safe.

Sincerely,

Eddie T. Johnson
Superintendent of Police

6/07/2016 01:54:00 AM  
Anonymous Fuck This I'm Done said...

" . . . It would also include an increase in fines for . . . "

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Uh, ya.. can you say "Hand-job".

6/07/2016 03:00:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Under the hate crime laws ?

6/07/2016 04:18:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They'll take police out saying its part of the job.

6/07/2016 04:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OT - Hey SCC, don't know if you caught the almost whispered announcement on last Friday's Chicago Tonight - The Week In Review.
Mary Ann Ahern of NBC Ch. 5 said that her son is now a CPD recruit. Since Ahern's sidekick, Carol Marin, has been taking accolades for her award winning LaQuan Legacy, will she keep spewing her anti-CPD venom? Will NBC make a feeble attempt to report the police version of high profile incidents or will there be a rush to burn the involved officers at the 10 pm stake?
Does PPO Ahern realize that some of his greatest foes will be members of the press? Hopefully he will see the light (and future pension solvency) and follow his father's footsteps with ATF.

Retired .38 spl +P

6/07/2016 05:12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

90's for the weekend.

6/07/2016 05:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe CPS teachers can get in on this deal! I'd love some protection from the group of three young scholars who told me to "get out of their fuckn faces," referred repeatedly to me as "bitch" and "ho," and mocked my white female speech patterns after I called them out for general gangbanging and loud sexual cat-calls during a passing period last week. These scholars are well aware that the deans and administration are lying when it comes to actual consequences for bad behavior.

6/07/2016 06:43:00 AM  
Blogger Big Daddy said...

Yeah, like they would actually prosecute anyone for this.

6/07/2016 06:46:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Make all the laws. Doesn't matter when the judges hand out candy instead of sentences worthy of crime. We have one of the strictest gun laws in the country yet we had 11 people shot on a monday? Is it the laws? Give me a break.

6/07/2016 06:52:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My dad is a retired paramedic. The stories he would tell me are sickening. People spitting on him, assaulting him and just being vicious. This law is past due.

6/07/2016 07:18:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As I noted before...if the police provision is removed FOP needs to find out by which alder-ass and then wages all out war against that/those communities. Point out how if these communities are unwilling to protect its protectors from those thugs and criminals who are shedding all the blood while demanding protection from those officers they must be delusional. That this move is a clear indication certain communities are clearly unwilling to do their part to "rebuild the bridges of trust" and without such commitment from the community FOP members are being advised to continue policing as usual. Have numbers of officers assaulted, battered, disabled, and murdered in these communities and do a side by side of proven police misconduct and point out why we have a distrust for them too! This is the perfect opportunity to either the communities to show they are behind us and support us and are willing to actually take part in the "rebuilding of trust" or they are merely looking for a scapegoat for all their shortcomings and will NEVER care to build those bridges!

6/07/2016 07:23:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's wrong & offensive to attack paramedics, but it's acceptable to ignore & disrespect police officers...

6/07/2016 07:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow a new law to "protect" first responders. Guess that will make everyone feel just as safe as all the other laws that are ignored daily by the usual suspects. Politicians working daily to solve the problems (they largely created) with meaningless speeches and more pieces of paper.

6/07/2016 07:31:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I seem to recall a recent protestor punched a cop in the face and Christmas Miracles , he was released without charges by ASA. So ham you can pass all the laws, you want, but if you don't enforce them like you do taxes "forget about it"

6/07/2016 08:17:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

With the power's 2 b, try getting charge's approved on one of these asshole's!

6/07/2016 08:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Give the City credit for trying to right a wrong and make things better for first responders.

6/07/2016 08:52:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a friggin joke. A law to protect the law enforcers! Well then, who is going to enforce this law, God? A voodoo priestess? If firemen and paramedics are being attacked in certain neighborhoods, when an emergency calls from one of those neighborhoods, they should just have to wait until a Police Officer is available. But that would only work if CRIMINALS were afraid of LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS!
But criminals are not expected to be held responsible for their actions and they're not afraid like they should be.
Stay safe Officers. 2017 END OF AN ERROR.

J.J.

6/07/2016 09:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We'll believe this when we see it. We're still waiting for the first ever prosecution of a "False Affidavit" charge even though the law has been in place for nearly a decade.
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Right? Yet the media talks about so many coppers what have so many "Not Sustained" CRs

6/07/2016 09:45:00 AM  
Blogger MTS said...

Mary Ann Ahern of NBC Ch. 5 PPO son? Really? Does he not watch the news? Pension issues? Hello? Why would anyone come on this job anymore? Especially if you have a relative in the press who is really "in the know" on just about everything and if you have a relative at NBC why not work there? I'm guessing two days after probation he will be in News Affairs, lol. Any takers?

6/07/2016 09:52:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

City ordinance means ANOV. These should be state charges which should be felonies.

6/07/2016 10:12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Robin Robinson? Seriously? The one who lived in Wicker Park and demanded North Avenue "ho sweeps" from 014 back in the 90's be cause she saw a used condom or two in her alley? And now she's a community liaison? Wow!

6/07/2016 10:17:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

bureau of professional standards has been around
former fbi agent brust was a deputy superintendent when Weiss was the sup
gotta run

6/07/2016 10:46:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I once had a Judge at Br-42 say "taking a punch is part of the job" as he dismissed a battery to po charge are in a shithead. I gave him a stink eye and he got pissed. He said "I've made my ruling". I said "you just put coppers at risk". He bitched to the Court Sgt (back when trey had Sgts there) I told the Sgt to get a CR and I'd file a complaint with the Chief Judge.

It ended then

6/07/2016 11:21:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe CPS teachers can get in on this deal! I'd love some protection from the group of three young scholars who told me to "get out of their fuckn faces," referred repeatedly to me as "bitch" and "ho," and mocked my white female speech patterns after I called them out for general gangbanging and loud sexual cat-calls during a passing period last week. These scholars are well aware that the
deans and administration are lying when it comes to actual consequences for bad behavior.

Nope just remember what your union president says and endorses black loves matter and duck the police. So until you teachers come out and denounce her stay off our blog.

6/07/2016 11:22:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alderman Wagusepack let his alderman ID and alderman Badge(lol) in his car last night. Can you guess what happened? Yep, his car was broken into and they are gone. LMFAO.

He will get a spar and take a day for it.

Couldn't have happened to a nicer guy!

6/07/2016 11:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He was on Drugs he be high he didn't know he be a Paramedic,Ok lets give him Probation and 30 days boot camp.

6/07/2016 12:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not a chance this will ever happen. If it somehow did, not a chance anyone would be charged in cook county. If someone did get charged, no chance they'd ever be convicted. What's the point? I'm soaking specifically of the police provision. We basically can't be victims anymore, especially in cook county.

6/07/2016 12:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
How did you miss this:
A Message from Superintendent Johnson on Executive Appointments

Dear Members,

As I’m sure you’ve heard me say on more than one occasion, we are at a historic moment in our agency to rebuild public trust and promote transparency with the ultimate goal of making our city safer. Through stronger partnerships between CPD and the community, we can work together to hold the right people accountable for the violence they inflict in some of Chicago’s neighborhoods.

In order to face the tasks ahead of us, I would like to announce the following changes and additions to the Command Staff:

Anne Kirkpatrick will be joining CPD as Chief of the Bureau of Professional Standards. This newly created bureau will include Departmental education and training, compliance, research and development, and accountability. Anne’s primary responsibility will be to serve as the chief liaison with the U.S. Department of Justice to implement recommendations from the findings of their review as well as those from the Mayor’s Task Force on Police Accountability. She has an extensive and accomplished career in law enforcement, having served as the Chief of Police in Spokane, Washington and as Chief Deputy in the King’s County Sheriff’s Department in Washington state.

Charise Valente will be joining CPD as General Counsel. Charise has more than 20 years experience in the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office with a concentration in gang, gun, and felony offenses. In 2015 she won the Crime Stoppers Award for Trial Excellence and is a two time winner of the U.S. Department of Justice Project Safe Neighborhoods Award. She will be responsible for all functions under the Office of Legal Affairs and will serve as the Department’s chief counsel.

James Roussell will be transitioning into the role of Chief of Strategy and Operations for CPD. He has served the Department for over 30 years, having served as Chief of Staff, Commander of 024 and the Mobile Strike Force unit. Roussell also is a decorated veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. He holds a PhD in Education and will be primarily responsible for crime control strategies as tactical and operations adviser to the Superintendent. He will also oversee the Crime Prevention and Information Center (CPIC), CompStat, and Deployment Operations Center (DOC).

Robert Boik will be joining CPD as Chief of Staff to the Superintendent. Robert has significant municipal experience, most recently serving as Chief of Staff to the CEO of Chicago Public Schools. As Chief of Staff, he will be responsible for legislative and intergovernmental affairs, special events, serve as chief interdepartmental liaison, and oversee administration of the Superintendent’s office.

Robin Robinson will be joining CPD as Special Adviser to the Superintendent for Community Affairs. Robin has been a familiar face in Chicago, having served as the anchor on Fox 32 News for over 25 years before joining WBBM Newsradio. Utilizing the trust she has built throughout the city during her career, she will serve as a Departmental spokesperson and be responsible for fostering stronger community faith and partnerships in Chicago’s neighborhoods.

It is no secret that as an agency, and as a city, we have many challenges before us. Through the combined efforts of those of us who are veterans to CPD, as well as those newest to our team, we can face these challenges head on. So let’s get to work.

Thank you and as always, stay safe.

Sincerely,

Eddie T. Johnson
Superintendent of Police

6/07/2016 01:54:00 AM

That is some pure, unadulterated bullshit.
It's got Rahm written all over it.

6/07/2016 12:46:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why is this not a federal hate crime law! How about that security guard working at target see a pos who "feels like a woman" today and decided to follow a young girl into woman's restroom, security walked in through this scum out and she is now facing her court date for being charged with federal hate crime law! This should be a federal law we know that no matter what Trump says he will enact laws that benefit police and military! we need a president that supports police, why does hillary go around with the moms of the dead thugs that attempted to murder police officers and pander to them? Notice hoe Cassius clay died and presidents from other countries are traveling here for his funeral, but yet a great American hero Chris Kyle top Navy SEAL dies long funeral procession but no white house representatives sent! Guess a guy who beats people up gets more respect than American heroes! How many police killed in the lone of duty funerals has obama and or his minions attended? Just read the excepts from that great secret service guy who guarded the clintons finally talking about how terrible they are, think a secret service agent so enraged knowing what she has done and does not want her to be president to continue to destroy this once great country!

6/07/2016 01:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why is not a federal law? I know as a fact Donald trump months ago said he would sign an executive order as soon as he takes office to give the death penalty to anyone anywhere that kills a police officer, this law should go federal and if you attack us you should get minimum 20 years in prison! I know its the county they will get maybe 1 day in jail!

6/07/2016 01:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh...so now its aggravated aggravated? Thanks
Nolle

6/07/2016 02:31:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, like they would actually prosecute anyone for this.

6/07/2016 06:46:00 AM


Right after they prosecute them for lying on affidavits when making false complaints against officers. Yep, right about then.

6/07/2016 03:00:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe CPS teachers can get in on this deal! I'd love some protection from the group of three young scholars who told me to "get out of their fuckn faces," referred repeatedly to me as "bitch" and "ho," and mocked my white female speech patterns after I called them out for general gangbanging and loud sexual cat-calls during a passing period last week. These scholars are well aware that the deans and administration are lying when it comes to actual consequences for bad behavior.
6/07/2016 06:43:00 AM



Maybe your next contract could authorize the use of tasers, pepper spray and the use of reasonable force to enforce the CPS's lovely student codes of conduct.

6/07/2016 03:23:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

just more of the total BullShart of the chicago politics. tail wagging the dog!

6/07/2016 03:28:00 PM  
Blogger Tombstone courage said...

Was to told years, ago you had to have a hospital admission in order to get battery to po approved. Judges were hesitant to give felony time unless the cop was really hurt. You were expected to take a few for the team.

6/07/2016 03:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Won't have any teeth to this. SA will not approve charges just like the false affidavit shit. POLITICAL BULLSHIT!!!

6/07/2016 04:07:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Like many other serious crime laws here in Cook co, they will pass it but good luck getting a charge for it.

6/07/2016 04:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hate crime protection is an insult. I don't want hate crime protection. Just allow me to go heads up with anyone that violates me.
When China and Russia attack us are we going to take them to the world court and charge them with a hate crime? ANS..No, it comes down to who is the better fighter. The criminal is not afraid of someone that isn't prepared to go to the mat. The criminal is not afraid of current mob rule.

6/07/2016 04:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fines, lol fines only work for productive citizens, some ghetto rat cares about a fine as much as an anov

6/07/2016 05:02:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

""It would also include an increase in fines for those who attack first responders..."

And there it is. The real reason."

Um, aren't the majority of those who attack first responders on welfare? So, who's left paying those fines? Yep - you and me! I guess that it's just another "wealth redistribution" scheme.

6/07/2016 06:05:00 PM  
Blogger 30 pending and what said...

Mary Ann Ahern of NBC Ch. 5 PPO son? Really? Any takers

Just a stepping stone kid. His dad is tom sheen from ATF. As soon as he makes his bones or gets experience he will either be in the at task force or leave to ATF like dad. Tom sheen though is a great agent and person and very pro police. We had some cases with him and he definitely is on our side. I for one welcome his kid.

6/07/2016 06:19:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just another charge that felony review will not approve

6/07/2016 07:45:00 PM  
Anonymous 11th Dist King said...

Hate crime? wtf? How about just a egg batt to a protected employee? A hate crime. Lmfao

6/07/2016 09:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

About time this came to light. But ASA's won't approve charges unless critically injured. Fuck, ASA's won't approve Agg Batt to a PO unless lots of blood and bruising. Worked Sex Crimes for over 12 years. If the case wasn't a slam dunk, felony charges rejected or case was CI'ed. Any other surrounding county charged with one third of the evidence with sex crimes and had over a 85 to 90 percent conviction rate. Maybe the feds should indict every politician and every ASA in Cook County. As far as judges, I'd say 60 percent are fantastic, so they'd just have to toss only about 35 percent out. It just is amazing that all of Illinois has the same Criminal Laws, but the burden of proof to charge and convict is 75 percent higher that every other Illinois County. The politicians have to be paying huge bribes to keep from being indicted. Helen Keller would even be aware of the illegal acts of all the politicians in Crooked County. I got to the point when I called felony review, I told them I needed a rejection of charges. When they asked why a rejection, I gave them the facts and they rejected charges. Only in the city of Shitcago and Crooked County. 2 term limits on every politician and 100,000 signatures on petitions to impeach any politician.

6/07/2016 09:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There aren't laws in Cook County. They are merely suggestions to the ASA's and Judges.

6/07/2016 09:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blogger 30 pending and what said...
Mary Ann Ahern of NBC Ch. 5 PPO son? Really? Any takers

Just a stepping stone kid. His dad is tom sheen from ATF. As soon as he makes his bones or gets experience he will either be in the at task force or leave to ATF like dad. Tom sheen though is a great agent and person and very pro police. We had some cases with him and he definitely is on our side. I for one welcome his kid.

6/07/2016 06:19:00 PM

Hysterical laughter if the kid turns out to be
a CPD lifer...

When those bright and cheerful eyes
so full of hope turn into a perpetual
steely gaze, that mouth forgets
how to smile and that hair turns
gray from seeing the unspeakable.

"Eeek! What has this city done to my son?"

Welcome aboard youngling...

6/07/2016 10:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks to Alderman Napolitano for pushing this ordinance. Only real friend of the CPD in the city council.

6/07/2016 10:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks to Alderman Napolitano for pushing this ordinance. Only real friend of the CPD in the city council.

6/07/2016 11:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
90's for the weekend.

6/07/2016 05:38:00 AM

the temp or people shot prediction?

6/08/2016 01:28:00 AM  
Anonymous 018th District Ranger said...

Tom Ahern is a great guy and very pro-police. Worked with him alot back in the day.

6/08/2016 07:34:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unfortunately some deserve an occasional bitch slap. They walk in shoot their mouths off and wonder why they just got their ass kicked. Maybe a little common sense is in order.

6/08/2016 08:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

double secret agg. bat.

6/08/2016 09:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This legal dance is meaningless.
Normal people think 'greater sanctions' are effective deterrents.
We deal with ABNORMAL people, criminals, who are not deterred by the law.
So, the law-writers get to feel good about themselves and delude themselves that they've somehow done their civic duty and can now claim to have 'helped' the police, the press gets a headline to sell their product and we get nothing more than we had before.
.
.

6/08/2016 12:11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

alderman napolitino for mayor seiser for police supt

6/08/2016 04:40:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Someone please explain why these fucking morons attack first responders .... Cause I got nothing that could explain that level of stupid

6/08/2016 10:13:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More smoke and mirrors. Here's a concept: instead of legislating new laws, why not just get the prosecutors and the courts to follow through and do their job? There's already more than enough laws on the books. On the street side of the equation, enforcement isn't the issue, it's the plea dealing by the ASAs and the candy-ass sentencing by the judges - that's where the wheels seem to keep falling off.

6/09/2016 03:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rumor has it that it will be an ANOV. If you did a protective pat down along the way, an ISR along with a receipt was in order. Be safe boys and girls!

6/10/2016 02:06:00 AM  

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