Friday, April 19, 2019

Car 100 is an Asshat

Wednesday night was goofy. Somewhere in the neighborhood of 500 teens running amok and guess who pulls a Positive Community Interaction number over the air?
  • My favorite moment last night was Commander Piggott telling everyone to slow it down at Millennium Park, nothing is happening, just a large group of children outside on a nice day. Then he pulls an event number for a PCI?! Then, not more than 20 seconds later, all of Millennium Park goes up and he’s screaming for cars and they’re fighting and pepper spraying each other! You sure have earned those 4 ribbons you’ve got on your dress Uniform Boss.
Everyone, and we mean everyone, knew this was going to go off. There were flyers on line for god's sake telling people (and folks) to come downtown. Someone in command had nearly two-hundred cops on standby, but hey, Car 100 is telling everyone it's just a normal night, nothing going on, and then he's in the middle of a shitstorm he refused to see coming?


Groundwork for an ACLU Lawsuit

  • Social media, a warm night and spring break for Chicago Public Schools all combined to draw hundreds of teenagers downtown for the evening Wednesday.

    Some just spent time with friends like thousands of others who enjoy the city in summer. Others got into fights and tense confrontations with police.

    It’s a perennial issue in Chicago as summer comes: Teens connect with hundreds of others within seconds online and congregate in the Loop and along the Magnificent Mile, sometimes resulting in chaotic encounters with officers trying to contain the crowds.

    Officers in the downtown and Near North Side districts over the years have used a variety of tactics, including directing the teenagers onto trains and buses that carry them out of the area.

    But such strategies have raised concerns about the rights of teenagers who aren’t causing problems, especially when most sent away from downtown are black and from the South and West sides.
You can see the field of battle being prepped already. Make sure you have direct orders (and a few officers as witnesses) before you end up on the receiving end of a lawsuit - because Car 100 or Car 1800 aren't going to be at the defense table with you - they'll be allowed to retire and collect inflated pensions while you try to explain how you were able to line up CTA buses to send altar boys and prom queens back to the west and south sides.


Nice Shooting There Tex

  • A 9-year-old boy was critically injured after being attacked by a dog and a second child suffered a graze wound after the dog was shot Wednesday night, Chicago police said.

    Police said the boy was at a relative's house in the 9800-block of South Indiana Avenue at about 8:11 p.m. The boy was attacked by the family dog and then a relative fired a handgun and killed the dog. A second child was grazed by the gunfire.

    The 9-year-old boy injured by the dog was transported to Comer Children's Hospital in critical condition. The second child who suffered the graze wound was also transported to Comer Children's Hospital, where the child's condition stabilized.
Expect another series of anti-gun laws to be proposed shortly.


Another Crimesha Resignation

  • Two deputies of embattled Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, including the ethics officer who wrote a memo announcing Foxx had recused herself from the Jussie Smollett prosecution, will leave the office in coming weeks, the Chicago Sun-Times has learned.

    Both April Perry, whom Foxx appointed two years ago as the first chief ethics officer, and Mark Rotert, a veteran prosecutor and civil attorney who revamped the review process the office used to review wrongful conviction claims, will leave Foxx’s staff on May 3, according to letters obtained through a public records request.

    Perry submitted her resignation Wednesday, and an email sent to staff states she is taking a job as general counsel for a tech start-up. Rotert filed a resignation letter on March 27, coincidentally, the day before the office dropped 16 counts of disorderly conduct charged against the “Empire” actor, Rotert told The Chicago Sun-Times.

    “(Smollett’s case) had absolutely zero percent to do with my decision,” Rotert said in a phone interview.
Right - just one of those coincidences that always seem to crop up in politics.

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Not Only Chicago Shrinking

  • The Chicago area’s population declined for the fourth year in a row in 2018, according to the latest Census Bureau estimates.


    Chicago is suffering the demographic realities—an aging population that’s retiring and dying faster than it can be replenished by births or immigration—that come with being a large, aging city at a time when growth is happening in the Sun Belt and the oil patch. Changes in immigration, driven by both politics and economics, also have had a big impact.

    Only Pittsburgh had a greater population decline than Chicago, in percentage terms, among the U.S. metropolitan areas of more than 1 million people.
  • The nation’s largest city is losing population for the first time in more than a decade, new federal estimates show.

    International migration into New York City’s five boroughs tapered off, as more residents left, shrinking the city’s population in 2017 and 2018, according to U.S. Census Bureau numbers released Thursday.

    New York’s population dropped 0.47% to 8.4 million by July 2018, compared with the previous year. Census officials previously estimated that New York’s population grew by about 7,000 in 2017, but revised figures show it actually dipped by about 38,000, a 0.45% decline from the prior year.
We know what's driving Chicago's population loses. What's up in New York?


Thursday, April 18, 2019

100 Stolen Benzes?

  • The Chicago Police Department released a statement Wednesday afternoon warning of fraud against a rental company that believes scammers are using a mobile app to rent high-end vehicles.

    The rental company, Car2Go, said some of its vehicles, specifically, Mercedes-Benzes, may have been taken through deceptive practices, the statement said.

    A Car2Go spokesman said the company is suspending its service in Chicago for the time being.

    "We are currently working with law enforcement to neutralize a fraud issue," said the spokesman. "No person or confidential member information has been compromised.”

    As many as 22 stolen Mercedes-Benzes were recovered Wednesday by police and about a dozen people were arrested, according to law enforcement sources.
No rental agreements? Just a hackable app? Our sources say thirty cars were recovered on the west side (010, 011) just Wednesday and upwards of twenty persons are in custody. Guess what one of the cars was used for?
  • A 25-year-old man was also seen in a stolen vehicle tied to the fraud shortly before getting into a squabble with a security guard Tuesday afternoon near Madison Street and Homan Avenue in the East Garfield Park neighborhood, law enforcement sources said. The man, who had a gun, was shot in the right ear by the security guard and was pronounced dead at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Crimesha says since it's just a property crime, everyone arrested will be home in time for dinner, and Special Ed says anyone chasing stolen vehicles will be stripped.

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SA Office Slanders Cops, CWB Blog

Anyone doubt that Crimesha's people are at war with the police, law and order, and ordinary citizens [from the CWB blog]?
  • The Cook County state's attorney's office late Tuesday released hundreds of text messages and over 3,000 pages of often-duplicitous emails related to the Jussie Smollett hoax hate crime case.


    Our reporting makes a number of appearances in the produced documents. In one exchange, top staffers in the prosecutor's office appear—uh—disappointed to learn that CWBChicago found that every other person who faced the same charges as Smollett under Kim Foxx was forced to plead guilty to a felony before the state would agree to settlement terms.

    In another text thread, a top Foxx adviser called Chicago police detectives "the worst" as he wrongly blamed those investigators for the "leak" that led to CWBChicago's breaking news that a grand jury had charged Smollett with sixteen felony counts. Another staffer calls CWB "the culprit" responsible for reporting the grand jury's action.
CWB blog has links to all of the material. Interesting reading how Crimesha bad mouths cops, detectives, alternative media, victims, and even Smellit himself - so who exactly is she working for?

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Is This a Thing?

  • PAINESVILLE, Ohio -- Police say an unruly customer at a restaurant in Ohio pulled an iguana from under his shirt, swung it around and threw it at the manager.

    Painesville police were called to the Perkins restaurant around noon Tuesday.

    Police say they apprehended the suspect a few blocks away in the city roughly 30 miles (48 kilometers) northeast of Cleveland. Authorities did not say what provoked the attack.

    The 49-year-old was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and animal cruelty.
The iguana will be fine.

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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

This Might Be a Problem

You know all those gun laws the democrats keep passing? The ones that criminals don't obey? Some of our readers were paging through the Administrative Fax Massages yesterday and found a curious trend:
  • From 01 April to 15 April, twenty-three non-law enforcement guns have been lost or stolen
This from all causes - burglaries, car break-ins, thefts of all sorts, and a few "discovered" missing under un-described circumstances. This number is higher than anything we had suspected, so we aren't sure if it's an anomaly or something that was always going on. And remember, this is only the number of guns that people bothered to report - it could be twice as many or ten times more.

Let's go investigative reporters! There have to be a dozen articles and FOIA avenues that could make interesting reading.

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Wilding Meetup! (Update: COVERAGE!)

Scheduled for 1600 hours on Wednesday.

Supposed to be all over social media.

Anyone have the scoop?

UPDATE: Look! The media has awoken from it's slumber and actually gave some semblance of coverage to the group of over 500 over-exuberant youths! And all it took was a flyer posted to social media and a front page post by the SCC blog.
Countless batteries, unknown numbers of thefts, shoplifting out the ass (but all under $1,000) and what do we end with?
  • twenty-six juveniles arrested for "disorderly conduct" and released before midnight
Had enough yet Chicago?

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Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Charges Refused Again

Crimesha is really pissing off the 'burbs (click for larger version):

Goudie? Rogers? Show the kids how it's supposed to be done.

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Felony Murder = Probation

Remember when we used to charge people who were committing crimes and their accomplices got killed?
  • Do you remember the officer involved shooting on thanksgiving morning last year? Attempted armed robbery and car jacking where the officer put 3 rounds into the armed offender who took the room temperature challenge? If so you should remember they caught the second guy who came back to the scene....well he was found guilty of armed robbery only.....and can you guess his harsh punishment?????

    INTENSIVE PROBATION for what should of been a murder charge!!!!!
There's enough free info there for any investigative reporter to make some hay.

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$100 Million Fantasy

  • Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot was urged Monday to find the $100 million a year needed to restore the 55 percent health care subsidy for Chicago’s oldest retirees — a subsidy abolished by Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

    That’s a tall order at a time when Lightfoot faces a $1 billion spike in pension payments and a budget shortfall “more dire” than she anticipated.

    But retirees’ attorney Clint Krislov argued that an even more desperate financial crunch is impacting 10,000 retirees who started working for the city prior to April 1, 1986 and, therefore, are not eligible for Medicare.
We'd love to see this happen - promises were made to these people back when they were hired. But as proven time and again, no agreement with the city is sacred unless put to paper. Lightgroot has already said the upcoming budget "shortfall" is more dire than she had been led to believe - which only reinforces everyone's opinion that she isn't quite ready for prime time. After all, if you aren't willing to stick it to the unions and taxpayers, then you're going to have a bit of a rough road ahead.


CWB on Wilding

  • Chicago police faced another round of “large group activity” in the downtown area Saturday. Unlike previous incidents, this weekend’s antics played out south of the river in the Loop and Millennium Park areas, according to police reports.

    Officially, a police spokesperson this morning said, “there are no confirmations yet on how many were arrested.” CWBChicago confirmed through a source that at least two juveniles were taken into custody.

    A group consisting of up to 200 teens was tracked by police officers through the area for a little more than two hours, beginning around 6:30 p.m., according to CPD radio traffic.
CWB even has some footage of lib-turds "protecting" the kids from police:
  • Meanwhile, a couple of blocks away, one small group of teens found themselves encircled by women who wanted to “protect” the youths from the police outside of Macy’s, 111 North State. The women had reportedly participated in a march earlier on Saturday, and they happened to be in the neighborhood to offer their services to the vibrant youngsters as the clock neared 9 p.m.
Remember, police are the problem, not 200 "vibrant youngsters" looting small businesses and throwing objects at the police and passersby. Luckily, none of the "vibrant youngsters" were feeling particularly "frisky" at the time.

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Monday, April 15, 2019

014 Manpower

As predicted:
  • So 014th District has been having issues with manpower for more than a few years now. Now we have Mayor (minor) Lightfoot living in 014th district, 2 cars are detailed (down) every watch covering the front and back of 3400 block of Wrightwood. Only 4 cars are up on midnights, not safe for anyone.
Any word on when there will be openings for 014? We need to study for some upcoming exams.


To Budding Investigative Reporters

We know you guys and gals have forgotten how to do investigative reporting. Many of you haven't done any actual reporting since graduating (Google doesn't count and neither does reprinting press releases). Phil Rogers and Chuck Goudie are a little rusty, having been kept from doing actual political investigative work for much of the Shortshanks era - where do you think Sparklefarts learned it all?

But here's an opportunity for you to shine, uncovering massive corruption and subverting the Rule of Law, costing taxpayers their safety and the safety of their children. One catch though:
  • you have to report on democrats.
In fact, on one particular democrat. But not to worry. She's wounded. And her political supporters are leaving her unprotected. Here's where you start:
  • In Illinois, when a person in ordered by the court to register as a sex offender and fails to do so, they can be charged with a Class 3 Felony (punishable by 2-5 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections) for a first time offense.
And here's some info to get you started:
  • Sex offenders are required to register annually at their police department headquarters. The police department is required to verify the registration annually, via a house visit. Locally, this task is delegated to the Patrol Division and thousands of home visits are accomplished without incident.
  • But in something like 10% of the cases, no contact is made because sex offenders have died, been imprisoned, or moved without telling anyone. You can't charge a dead sex offender and those in prison are accounted for, but hundreds of sex offenders are unaccounted for and are then the subject of Detective Division Investigative Alerts.
  • In Cook County, these Convicted Felons, when arrested, are not charged with the Class 3 Felony as required by law due to the actions of one person - Kim Foxx. Instead, Sex Offenders are told, "Go register" and released at approximately a 100% rate.
The rap sheets on some of these offenders are stomach churning. The addresses that some have moved to are what may accurately be called "hunting grounds" for their depredations. But Foxx and her "progressive" allies are all to willing to allow predators easy access to victims, including children, for their twisted agenda.

Now Go! Do some good! FOIA the number of sex offender registration violations and compare it to sex offenders doing actual time.

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Saturday Night Mayhem

And once again, zero media coverage:
  • Downtown is out if control. Groups of 40-50 M/1’s wilding. Beating people.

    Cta trains are shut down.

    Throwing bottles and rocks at police
The radio traffic is ridiculous. The lack of arrests shameful.

Smart people are staying out of downtown on weekends, and pretty soon, tourists with money will be missing.

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Rats Bailing?

  • A top aide to Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx who played an important role in the Jussie Smollett case is preparing to leave the office for private practice, according to multiple sources in the county justice system.

    April Perry, Foxx’s Chief Deputy and Chief Ethics Officer, will be joining a former top Foxx aide at a private law firm, the sources said.

    Perry did not respond to emails seeking comment about her plans. A spokesman for the State’s Attorney’s Office said Thursday, “We have not received a resignation letter from Ms. Perry. She is still employed at the Cook County State's Attorney as Chief Deputy and Chief Ethics Officer."

    Nonetheless, three independent sources told CWBChicago that Perry's departure would be coming, but the timing was not known.
Perhaps she's aware of certain misconduct, shady dealings or outright illegal acts being perpetrated on the citizenry?

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Coming up in May:

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Sunday, April 14, 2019

No Vacations for You!

Mayor-elect Lightgroot is making friends all over the Department. Along with numerous exempts preparing to play musical chairs (or jumping ship), Lightgroot has declared that no exempt member will be allowed to take any of their vacation time between Memorial Day and Labor which we say:
  • Hahahahahahahaha
Any bets on how many exempts will be taking a stand and returning to their previous ranks?
  • Zero
Any bets on how many are now going to be bigger dicks than usual and make sure their underlings don't get to use their own time due? Shit rolls down hill you know:
  • Many
This is going to be an interesting summer.


A Parolee with a Gun?

  • A 28-year-old parolee is facing multiple charges including armed robbery, sexual abuse and attempted carjacking after leading police on a foot chase Friday on the Near West Side, according to Chicago police.

    Deangelo Suggs, 28, of the 2700 block of West Gladys Avenue, was charged with five counts of armed robbery, aggravated criminal sexual abuse and attempted vehicular hijacking.

    Police gave chase on foot when Suggs sprinted away as officers tried to stop him to talk on Friday in the 2400 block of West Gladys Avenue about 2:10 p.m.

    When officers caught up with him, they learned Suggs was wanted on an active warrant for earlier alleged crimes on the Near West Side last month.
You know what will stop this? More restrictive gun laws enforced against law abiding citizens! That's always worked in the past.


Cops Injured Where?

  • A three-vehicle crash on Saturday in Humboldt Park hurt six people — including two police officers who were in an unmarked police vehicle.

    The crash happened about 5 p.m. at Washington Boulevard and Kenton Avenue, Chicago police said.

    The two officers were taken to Stroger Hospital, where their condition wasn’t immediately known, the Chicago Fire Department said. Two others hurt in the crash were taken to Mount Sinai Hospital in serious condition and another two were taken to Loretto Hospital in good condition.
Washington and Kenton is no where near "Humboldt Park." It even falls outside the made-up neighborhood of "West Humboldt Park." It's practically Austin last time we checked. This is what happens when reporters don't go out into the field.

Best wishes to the officers and citizens injured.


Saturday, April 13, 2019

Crimesha Radio Silent

  • It has been a week and a half since NBC 5 Investigates revealed the lengthy traffic and criminal history of Dan Davies, a 44-year-old Calumet City man who police say drove the wrong way down Interstate 294 on March 30 and crashed head-on into Illinois State Trooper Gerald Ellis, killing them both.

    At the time of the crash, Davies was out on bond after being charged with six felony DUIs with no license, the most recent in a decades-long series of charges and convictions for DUI, drugs and scores of traffic violations.

    NBC 5 Investigates Phil Rogers immediately reached out to the Illinois State’s Attorney’s office to try to find out how and why Davies was allowed free on bond when he had a driving record that state officials call one of the worst they’ve seen.
Go read it all. We'll save Phil Rogers the heartbreak of an unresponsive Crimesha Foxxx, who has never had to answer for her incompetency at any point in her craptacular legal career:
  • You will never get an answer as to why a SIX-Felony DUI Conviction asshole was i-bonded mere weeks before murdering a State Trooper with a car.
Hope that clears things up for you. And we certainly hope that you and the NBC investigative staff have finally broken from the self-imposed exile of uncovering government corruption and incompetence. It would be a welcome relief from the past few decades.


And Now, the Cover-Up

  • State’s Attorney Kim Foxx has asked Cook County Inspector General Patrick Blanchard to review her office’s handling of the Jussie Smollett case.

    The request for an investigation by the county’s watchdog agency comes two weeks after Foxx’s office dropped all charges against the “Empire” actor for an alleged hoax hate crime attack, with the actor turning over $10,000 from his bond to the city and making no admission of guilt. The deal, and Foxx, have been blasted by police and prosecutors organizations, and a petitions seeking appointment of a special prosecutor to review Smollett’s case will be heard by Chief Criminal Courts Judge LeRoy K. Martin Jr. next month.

    Foxx has promised “total access” to her office to probe the Smollett case, Blanchard said Friday.
The damage being done to Prickwrinkle's Cook County Machine is unknown at this point, but if you watch closely, you can see them attempting to slap a coat of racial paint all over it.


A Serial Killer?

  • Facing pressure from activists over the unsolved killings of 51 women since 2001, the Chicago Police Department has begun to review those cases to determine if a serial killer was at work.

    A report by the Murder Accountability Project, a Virginia-based nonprofit group that analyzes information about homicides, said the killings of the 51 women — all of whom were strangled or asphyxiated — “have characteristics of serial murder.”

    On Thursday night, Gregg Greer of Freedom First International brought up the report during a Police Board meeting, saying, “We believe that there is a serial killer in Chicago that is on the loose.”

    Police Supt. Eddie Johnson responded that there’s no evidence to suggest a serial killer is responsible for any of the 51 slayings, but he said his detectives have launched a review.
Far more likely that persons involved in high-risk lifestyles are getting killed due to repeated bad life decisions. These Virginia people are talking about an average of three murders per year in a town that tops 500 regularly.

It would be the perfect environment for a serial killer to operate though.


Another Investigation?

  • A developer had a $750,000 problem with a city project, and he knew exactly the alderman to help him — Edward M. Burke. The redevelopment project was on the Northwest Side — nowhere near Burke’s 14th Ward on the Southwest Side — but the developer, Charles Cui, turned to Burke for help in 2017 after the city rejected his request to reuse a pole sign for a new Binny’s Beverage Depot that was opening as part of the project, federal authorities allege.

    It was a snag for a significant redevelopment project in the Portage Park neighborhood that also included a Culver’s and a Retro Fitness and had already secured $2 million in city government subsidies called tax increment financing, or TIF.

    In an email to his property tax appeals lawyer, Cui candidly explained why he needed to hire Burke: “I have TIF deal going with the City, and he is the Chairman of Finance Committee. He handled [sic] his tax appeal business card to me, and I need his favor for my tif money. In addition, I need his help for my zoning etc for my project. He is a powerful broker in City Hall, and I need him now.”

    That email forms a part of the indictment the feds announced Friday against Cui, 48, of Lake Forest. Cui faces bribery charges after he allegedly used Burke’s law firm for property tax appeal work as he sought the sign permit.
Are the wheels finally falling off the Machine?


Friday, April 12, 2019

Crime is Down....Except....

Just over a week ago, Special Ed was bragging about how crime was down, especially murders.

We don't know why he isn't bragging about this though:
  • Shootings in the first days of April have jumped 57 percent across Chicago compared to the same period last year, with police saying warmer weather may be a contributing factor.
That can't possibly be, because the previous supernintendo told all of us that weather didn't affect crime.
  • At least 88 people have been shot within city limits in the first 10 days of April, according to data kept by the Chicago Sun-Times. Last year, 56 people were shot in the same time period.

    The shootings have also been more deadly — 20 people have been shot to death so far this month, compared to seven during the same period last year.
And you can bet every "merit" supervisor is feeling the push from the incoming administration to either do what they can to stop shootings or lie their asses off about what's causing it.

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Here Comes a Bad Idea

  • Over the decades, Chicago police have labeled at least 134,000 people as gang members using byzantine data collection that had little or no oversight and put many of the people at risk of a severe sentence, high bond, deportation or a lost job.

    These are among the key findings of a report by Chicago’s inspector general released Thursday that gives the most detailed analysis yet of the Police Department’s broken gang classification system.

    The department’s gang database has been widely criticized over the past year — by community groups, lawsuits and the news media — as racially biased and unconstitutional, with African-Americans and Latinos making up the vast majority of those placed on the list.
Remember, this report is from a blind man who couldn't find even a modicum of evidence in the Lie-tenant cheating scandal, despite being given dates, times, lists of attendees and copies of e-mails with attachments of testing material and payments.

And once again, we'll direct everyone over to the website where you can see that nearly 95% of the violent crime in Chicago is....surprise!....African-American and Latino. That isn't racist or biased or even unconstitutional. That's fact. Cold, hard fact.

The gang database is a tool, and a tool is only as good as the people running and maintaining it.

Does it need tweaking? Sure, there's very little run by the government that couldn't be improved somehow, some way.

Are there errors in it? Probably. But does anyone remember the old gang slogans and oaths? "Shithead For Life" or "Dumbass Until Death" whatever the name of their particular gang is? You don't just drop out and leave the life behind. It doesn't happen.

Does the database work? You bet it does. And that's why the"progressives" want to get rid of it. But with shootings up 60% in April, we think it will continue to be a valuable tool in apprehending shooters so that Crimesha can let them go without charges again and again and again.


Smellit Lawsuit

  • Outgoing Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration says it has gone to court to try to force Jussie Smollett to pay Chicago back for an alleged hate crime hoax even though Cook County prosecutors dropped all charges against the “Empire” actor.

    The lawsuit, filed late Thursday in Circuit Court, comes after Smollett failed to pony up $130,106 by a deadline imposed by the city to cover the cost of the police overtime hours expended in the investigation into his allegations.

    The upcoming battle in civil court promises in many ways to mirror the criminal charges against Smollett that were abruptly dismissed by prosecutors last month. Both center on the same question: Did Smollett stage a physical assault on himself, claiming his attackers shouted racial and homophobic slurs?

    The suit did not specify the damages that the city will seek, but the city said that more than two dozen Chicago police officers and detectives worked a combined 1,836 hours of overtime over at least two weeks while investigating Smollett’s claims.
Now, will LightGroot's people finish it?

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Oh Slum Times

A mere day after we broke the news that Dnigma Howard had again attacked and hospitalized two additional Chicago Police Officers, and readers revealed the following:
  • How did this not make the news?!?!?! Unreal!! I hear at her new school in 015 she doesn't even attend class most of the time. When she is in class she plays on her phone. Wanders the hall yelling about out how nobody can tell her what to do. How much money shes gonna have. Teachers and administrators are scared to deal with her out of fear of daddy suing them.
The Slum Times manages to find and mis-characterize other video footage from the Marshall High School incident. Not a word about how she has now injured four cops as a one person wrecking crew.

Time to pull cops out of schools Special Ed. Let CPS handle their own turds.


Thursday, April 11, 2019

Same Offender

Remember that darling high school angel who attacked a couple of School Officers at Marshall High School a few weeks back? Dragged one officer down the stairs, attempted to disarm another and kicked him so hard it dislocated his kneecap. Neither Officer has returned to work yet and Crimesha dropped all charges and they were making the usual noises about suing everyone.

Guess who attacked and bit two more Officers?
  • OT: CRAZY HS Girl from 011, Marshall hs, hurts two more Officers. This time in 015. Clarke HS kicks her out, dad then takes her to Hartgrove hospital, where she becomes combative, damaging parked cars, hospital staff doesn’t come out except for some libtard attempting to lure her into the building with the proverbial carrot. As she’s kicking and damaging near by cars officers attempt to restrain her to prevent further damage to property, at which time she BITES two of the officers on scene. Thanks, again, Crime-isha
Hopefully, this might damage the ghetto lottery payoff Rahm/Lori would be trying to give away.

Even more hopefully, it gives ammo to the Officers that are currently facing a disciplinary actions from assorted "merit" supervisors for being human punching bags.

It certainly gives Crimesha's future opponents yet another case to slap her with come elections time.

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Killer Off the Hook? Crimesha Again

We're pretty sure Crimesha and Toni have lost control of the narrative they want to spin:
  • The family of 16-year-old Derrion Albert wants to know why one of the men convicted in his murder is now free. The 16-year-old Fenger High School honors student was on the way home from school when he was caught in the middle of a gang fight and killed in 2009.

    The I-Team has been looking into the Cook County State's Attorney decisions in the wake of the Jussie Smollett case and uncovered that the Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx decided not to pursue a stiff prison sentence for one of the attackers shortly after she took office.

    Cook County prosecutors charged four teens involved in the gang melee that led to Albert's death as adults. Three were convicted of murder at trial. One pleaded guilty. All are serving prison sentences.
And the one who was convicted as a juvenile under the so-called "Extended Jurisdiction Juvenile" prosecution rules has continued to commit felonies with impunity and no returning to prison to serve his 30-year sentence.

The family is (rightfully) demanding answers. Crimesha refuses to meet with them under any circumstances.

Voters ought to be demanding answers, too.

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CWB Again

The only outlet covering the wilding assholes attack a security guard at McDonald's on the Mag Mile:
  • Chicago police this afternoon offered new information about the incident: The security guard, a suburban policeman, was on-duty for the McDonald's restaurant Saturday afternoon. He was leading the two men out of the restaurant when one of them struck the guard on the head with a glass bottle, police said. A struggle ensued and was captured on video.

    A CPD spokesperson on Monday said the department did not have a report about the incident on file. Today, however, Chicago police said officers were called to the scene, but the two offenders were gone by the time cops arrived. The security guard was treated at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
The video shows the attack quite clearly and you should go over to the CWB blog to see it. The "media" won't be showing it any time soon because it doesn't further the "narrative" that we all know to be so much bullshit. Suffice it to say the security guard shows far more restraint than many other persons would have.


Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Officers Honored

That guy who fell through the ice on Lake Michigan attempting to rescue his dog finally got to thank his rescuers:
  • It took courage, a dog leash and a human chain of six Chicago police officers to rescue the man from the perils of Lake Michigan as the polar vortex bore down on Chicago.

    For their heroism, captured on police body camera footage, the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation held a ceremony Tuesday morning to honor the six officers, including a sergeant, whose swift and coordinated response saved the man’s life.
There's body camera footage at the link and the story itself is something else, officers working as a team to form a human chain to drag the victim from the water. A great job all around.


Get Rid of "Gold Braid"

  • The Illinois Supreme Court once again has illuminated for Illinois taxpayers the need to amend the rigid pension clause of the state constitution. The justices on Thursday upheld as constitutional a teacher pension for a retired lobbyist who substitute taught for one day.

    Sub for a day. Pension for life. It’s outrageous. The Supreme Court continues to interpret the pension clause to the extreme.

    The ruling upheld a controversial state law that allowed a lobbyist for the Illinois Federation of Teachers, David Piccioli, to become certified as a substitute teacher in December 2006 by working one day at a Springfield elementary school — and to buy pension credit for his 10 previous years working as a lobbyist. That sweet deal qualified him for a pension windfall from a teachers retirement fund that as of late 2018 carried an unfunded liability of more than $75 billion-with-a-B. Because he also draws a pension from a previous job as a House Democratic aide, Piccioli’s total pension income now rises to nearly $100,000. His pensionable income from the Teachers’ Retirement System is based off his salary from the IFT— another questionable pension loophole, which the Supreme Court upheld last year.
There has been a suggestion presented in our comment section numerous times and it might be about time for the FOP and PBPA to turn it into an actual proposal:
  • Eliminate the "gold braid" provison;
  • Any pensioner tops out at their earned civil service rank. 
  • Merit babies must revert to their EARNED spot.
There's no reason to have 50 or 70 or more Captains earning a higher pension at a spot they were gifted by politicians. Twenty years ago we had 6 Deputy Chiefs, and now we have 18, all due to earn inflated pensions that have nothing to do with their ability and everything to do with who they know/blow/spawned from/contribute to.

Special Ed would revert to what? Sergeant pension? Three-and-four-time merit morons would revert to Patrolman salaries, and rightfully so.

"Earned, not Given" is a punchline, not an entitlement to a system that is already overloaded and thisclose to going bankrupt.

If they open the Constitution, everyone is going to take a haircut. Better to sacrifice the political animals to save the rest.


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