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That explains a lot about the crime rate in Chicago.
The thugs are on the street instead of prison.
She has blood on her hands and should be accountable for every crime they committed after being released.
I predict vigilante justice will be coming back with a vengeance soon.
 

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She's up for reelection in Nov. Hopefully, she gets replaced. If not, Chicago residents gets the justice they voted for.
 

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She must be on the same program as St. Louis prosecutor Kim Gardner. Her office has had a 100% turnover in attorneys since she took over three and a half years ago. She blames personnel shortages for dropping a bunch of cases. Also, her office's conviction rate for the cases she has prosecuted is half what her predecessor's was. She also came out with a list of 28 SLPD cops her office will no longer take evidence from, although they are not under investigation and she has given no details as to why they are on the list. This important because her office has also dropped many of the cases these detectives were involved with.

Just recently the MO AG has proposed a special prosecutor to handle murder cases her office has dropped, Maybe IL should do something like that in Chicago.

FWIW, Gardner is still under investigation by a special prosecutor of tampering and falsifying evidence in her attempt to smear MO's former governor. The ex-FBI private investigator who gathered that evidence is already under indictment for seven counts of tampering and falsifying evidence. He has given a deposition that Garder was in the room when he took a witness statement that is one of contested pieces of evidence.
 

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She must be on the same program as St. Louis prosecutor Kim Gardner. Her office has had a 100% turnover in attorneys since she took over three and a half years ago. She blames personnel shortages for dropping a bunch of cases. Also, her office's conviction rate for the cases she has prosecuted is half what her predecessor's was. She also came out with a list of 28 SLPD cops her office will no longer take evidence from, although they are not under investigation and she has given no details as to why they are on the list. This important because her office has also dropped many of the cases these detectives were involved with.

Just recently the MO AG has proposed a special prosecutor to handle murder cases her office has dropped, Maybe IL should do something like that in Chicago.

FWIW, Gardner is still under investigation by a special prosecutor of tampering and falsifying evidence in her attempt to smear MO's former governor. The ex-FBI private investigator who gathered that evidence is already under indictment for seven counts of tampering and falsifying evidence. He has given a deposition that Garder was in the room when he took a witness statement that is one of contested pieces of evidence.
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It seems that her air is to keep as many felons on the street as possible, or should I just call them voters?
 

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Now that the rioters have tore up a ritzy part of Chicago the Mayor and Police Chief have publicly said they did their part with arrests and now it's up to the DA and judges. Lets see if they keep the heat turned up and the focus on prosecutions and judgments.
 

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Soros bought and paid for.
 
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Ben Shapiro reports today that one of Kim Fox's standing policies is that she will not prosecute shoplifters at all, unless they have at least 10 previous felony convictions or they steal over $1,000 worth of goods.
 

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Ben Shapiro reports today that one of Kim Fox's standing policies is that she will not prosecute shoplifters at all, unless they have at least 10 previous felony convictions or they steal over $1,000 worth of goods.
Why am I not surprised by this?
 
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Just curious, wonder what the racial make up is of the 25K + of the released criminals. If a white DA released 25K and the majority were white every paper in the nation would be screaming racism.......:rolleyes:
I am sure the racial makeup of this group would mirror the racial makeup of the US population.
 
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I am sure the racial makeup of this group would mirror the racial makeup of the US population.
Doubtful, more likely the racial make up of criminals in Chicago. Take a wild guess.
 

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"It seems that her air is to keep as many felons on the street as possible, or should I just call them voters? "
^^^...Are convicted felons able to vote there? Maybe they are being utilized for their peaceful protesting skills???
 

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Dropping cases ( in and of itself) or even "alot" of cases does not necessarily indicate some sort of wrong doing. Cases are dropped all the time and done so for legitimate and ethical reasons. It is why the mechanism exists

Could it be abused? sure.

Is it being abused in this example? I do not know and nothing in this thread has convinced me of it.
 

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Ben Shapiro reports today that one of Kim Fox's standing policies is that she will not prosecute shoplifters at all, unless they have at least 10 previous felony convictions or they steal over $1,000 worth of goods.

How do the small businesses of Chicago tolerate that?

It looks like you can keep your stealing in the 'permissible' range of $1-999 and end up with 0 convictions. And never be prosecuted. Do the police bother responding to shoplifting calls? If someone is arrested....how long does the system keep them? Long enough for a meal or two? Then....right back at it?

Asking for a friend......
 
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