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My response to former Chicago Police Lieutenant Bob Angone article

I have been blogging on ChicagoNow for over 16 months and I have not published a written response to another ChicagoNow blogger’s article in those 16 months, until now. I feel I must comment on Bob Angone article called Hate Hustlers/ Race Baiters/Ignoring Killers/ The Agenda is more important then the Truth Bob Angone wrote:... Read more »

Body cam video of Albany police brutality

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One of the Albany police officers in the above video was arrested for assault while two other police officers was suspended without pay for the incident that happened after a noise complaint.

Who paid for CPD Superintendent Eddie Johnson trip to New York to appear on Good Morning America?

  For the record, I am tired of the Jussie Smollett case and I likely won’t write about it again. The Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson turning the case into his national press tour was unprofessional. Johnson actually flew to New York to appear on Good Morning America followed by appearing on CNN. My... Read more »
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Eleven reasons why Jussie Smollett likely would have won his case

I am not a lawyer. I am not trying to be a lawyer, but from my point of view the case against Jussie Smollett may not have been the slam dunk the Chicago police made it out to be. I know many lawyers (who said Casey Anthony and others would be found guilty) said the... Read more »

Chicago has the Bean. New York has a new piece of junk called the “Vessel”

I will say one thing about New York. They sure know how to get architecture wrong. It was not enough that the so-called city that never sleeps has the hideous Times Square that is full of ugly looking Billboards. It is also not enough that they copied the skyscraper from Chicago and didn’t understand the... Read more »

Rahm Emanuel needs to send Jason Van Dyke a bill for the $5 million misconduct settlement

Rahm Emanuel needs to send Jason Van Dyke a bill for the $5 million misconduct settlement
Rahm Emanuel the Mayor of Chicago who tried to cover-up 17-year-old Laquan McDonald’s murder wants Empire star Jussie Smollett to pay a $130k bill for a hoax he wasn’t found guilty of in a court of law. Jason Van Dyke was found guilty in a court of law. His murder of Laquan McDonald likely cost... Read more »
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The national media acted upset about the Jussie Smollett case while ignoring a bartender brutally beating a woman

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Believe it or not, the man in the video Austin Shuffield was originally only charged with three misdemeanors by the Dallas police despite pulling out a gun and brutally beating the woman in the video. The Dallas police is the same police that did everything to not charge former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger with murder... Read more »

Where was the outrage when Heidi Jones filed a racist false police report about being raped?

In 2011, Heidi Jones, a WABC/ Channel 7 meteorologist received a misdemeanor, probation and 350 hours of community service for filing a false police report that she was raped by a man she called a “Hispanic” pervert. My question is: Where was the national outrage about her making a racist false police report to the New York... Read more »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel who tried to cover-up a murder needs to shut up and go away

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel who tried to cover-up the murder of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald criticized Jussie Smollett morals and ethics. Emanuel even said the city is owed an apology from Smollett. Well, Emanuel, how about apologizing to the McDonald family for trying to cover-up Laquan’s murder? Why didn’t you apologize to the African American community... Read more »
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Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson is using the Smollett case to do a national Press tour

Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson is using the Smollett case to do a national Press tour
  The Chicago Mayoral election is today. Soon the city of Chicago will have a new mayor after a likely runoff election. For the Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson, a new mayor likely means a new superintendent since a new mayor will likely want to start over with their choice to lead the Chicago Police... Read more »