Friday, November 26, 2010
Two Cops Murdered At Burglary Scene, A City is in Crisis
Chicago, IL—Despite claims that crime is down, there is more blood on Chicago’s streets than ever. Two cops are dead tonight as the city mourns yet again.
One Chicago police officer was collecting evidence at a garage burglary scene as the victim, a retired CHA police officer looked on. Little is known other than the two officers were ambushed and murdered and the African-American suspects fled in a Cadillac Escalade.
The Superintendent of police Jody "J-Fled" Weis was just proclaiming that crime was down again as another cop was found murdered in his personal SUV. I guess the rivers of blood flowing tell a different story.
The good news is they will be hiring and training 200 hundred recruits in the police academy to replace many more hundreds of seasoned officers that have already retired.
It’s well past the time that J-Fled should resign. The city is a bloody mess that way out-of-control. The early release of hundreds of dangerous felons by the governor has stimulated the funeral industry in a big way.
There will be at least for more children growing up without their father because of Governor Pat Quinn.
Update: the Chicago police officer murdered is identified as 46-year-old Michael Flisk, who was assigned as an evidence technician. Flisk was a 20-year member of the department who left a wife and four children, and three siblings on the force.