Rahm’s hand-picked guy thwarted police reform

Rahm’s lawyer squeezed $206 billion out of Big Tobacco, he’s a hero of Big Govt. going for the money. But he screwed up Chicago cops reform, reports Konkol.

Nice going, Rahm.

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  • Nicholas Stix  On December 9, 2015 at 10:16 AM

    Dear Jim,

    I just posted the following comment at the linked article. We’ll have to wait and see if the censors okay it, which I highly doubt.

    I hope you and yours are well, and wish you all a happy, healthy holiday.

    All these years that I’ve been researching and reporting on crime in Chicago, I was operating under the assumption that the overwhelming majority of the violent crime was being committed by racist, black gangbangers, and most of the rest was being committed by racist, Hispanic gangbangers. I used to complain that when the local crime “reporters” would do the Hit Parade every weekend (which begins at 12:01 a.m. Monday, and ends at 11:59 p.m. Sunday), they would identify the neighborhood where every shooting was committed (apparently nobody gets stabbed or bludgeoned or strangled or deliberately run down anymore in Chicago), but never ID the respective gangs vying for control of that particular piece of turf.

    I concluded that the reporters were sympathizers of the black-and-Hispanic gangworld.

    Now I know the real reason! It was because it was the cops committing all the shootings, and the reporters didn’t ID the coppers as the shooters, because they were terrified of police reprisals. If that doesn’t explain everything, then this “report” by Mark Konkol is just 1,244 words of misdirection.

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    • Jim Bowman  On December 9, 2015 at 10:51 AM

      Well said. Can’t improve on the critique. We still are faced with the duplicitous mayor and underlings and the mysterious shelving of the chief, however.

      Jim Bowman

      http://myjesuitlife.com/

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