Archive For The “Crime” Category

Disturbing use of racism to defend Kim Foxx in Smollett Fiasco

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Disturbing use of racism to defend Kim Foxx in Smollett Fiasco

Disturbing use of racism to defend Kim Foxx in Smollett fiasco A special Prosecutor has determined that charges should be restored against Jussie Smollett who allegedly faked up a racist homophobic assault in order to build sympathy to bolster his sagging career. Smollett was given a pass when Cook County States Attorney Kim “The Fixx” Foxx…

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Chicago Police and Fire Unions endorse Lipinski for re-election

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Chicago Police and Fire Unions endorse Lipinski for re-election

Chicago Police and Fire Unions endorse Lipinski for re-election In a major boost to his commonsense campaign for re-election, Congressman Dan Lipinski announced today that he has been endorsed by the two largest unions representing Chicago police officers and firefighters. Lipinski, who represents Illinois’ Third Congressional District,  received endorsements from the Chicago Fraternal Order of…

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Former prescription drug addict challenges do-nothing Bobby Rush in March 17 Democratic primary

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Former prescription drug addict challenges do-nothing Bobby Rush in March 17 Democratic primary

Former prescription drug addict challenges do-nothing Bobby Rush in March 17 Democratic primary University of Chicago Law student Sarah Gad says her own personal experiences from seven years ago involving prescription drug addiction has motivated her to understand the challenges facing many Illinois residents and to support pro bono legal work for those in need….

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Two accidents involving vehicles crashing into Orland Park buildings

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Two accidents involving vehicles crashing into Orland Park buildings

Two accidents involving vehicles crashing into Orland Park buildings Two vehicles in separate accidents crash into buildings, one on Friday afternoon crashing through a window and wall at a Dunkin Donuts at 156th and Harlem Avenue in Orland Park, and another in the early morning hours Saturday crashing into the front door of a home…

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Bloomberg targets gun violence in his presidential bid

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Bloomberg targets gun violence in his presidential bid

Bloomberg targets gun violence in his presidential bid Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg is taking on the challenge of fighting gun violence in his campaign to become president and win the Democratic Party nomination. Bloomberg will be on the Illinois ballot on March 17 and is considered a formidable candidate, despite his late entry…

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University of Chicago Law Student challenges Rush for Congress

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University of Chicago Law Student challenges Rush for Congress

University of Chicago Law Student challenges Rush for Congress Law student Sarah Gad of the University of Chicago says her own personal experiences from seven years ago involving drug addiction has motivated her to understand the challenges facing many Illinois residents and to support pro bono legal work for those in need. Gad is an exemplary…

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