Tag: Chicago

Deadbeat Officer Resigns After Failing to Protect and Serve a Woman Being Terrorized by Drunk Racist at an Illinois Park

A Chicago-area cop resigned amid allegations and video footage of him turning a blind eye to a Puerto Rican woman being harassed and accosted by drunk, racist Timothy Trybus. In a now-viral video, 24-year-old Mia Irizarry was hostilely questioned and hassled about her citizenship by the drunken dimwit who said…

Obama Reports for Jury Duty

Former President Barack Obama showed he is committed to his civic duty when he showed up for jury duty on Wednesday. The former president reported to the Daley Center municipal building in Chicago on Wednesday morning. The Obamas have been living in Washington, D.C., since leaving the White House and…

Chicago Officials Use Work Email for Racist Behavior

As Chicago’s government offices remain in the spotlight regarding Black teen Laquan McDonald’s police-related death and cover up, a series of racist and sexist emails sent by high-level officials in the city’s Department of Water Management have been made public. At least two officials in the department, which is facing…

Officers Charged with Obstruction, Conspiracy in Laquan McDonald Case

Three police officers have been charged with conspiracy, obstruction of justice and official misconduct for their roles in the cover up of the 2014 fatal shooting of Black teenager Laquan McDonald by a white police officer. “These defendants lied about what occurred during a police-involved shooting in order to prevent…

Justice Department to Halt Police Reform

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered a review of previous police reform agreements to ensure they align with the new administration’s principles, according to a memo published Monday. “It is not the responsibility of the federal government to manage non-federal law enforcement agencies,” Sessions wrote. “The misdeeds of individual…

Chicago Sues State Over 'Separate and Unequal' School Funding

The city of Chicago’s Board of Education is suing the state of Illinois and Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner over “separate and unequal systems of funding for public education in Illinois” that has resulted in discrimination against Chicago Public Schools (CPS) children. “The State treats (CPS)’s schoolchildren, who are predominantly African…