Four homicides over the weekend and two more Monday morning pushed Chicago's homicide count so far this year to double the same period last year.
It seems hard to believe, considering 2015 wasn't exactly a banner year for the safety of nigga bodies (Ah! Ah!) or la-teen-oh welfare colonists, but there it is. Better not punish the alien animal, that's "races." Left to their own devices the jungle creatures turn the oasis back into desert. The Windy City transforms into the Windblown City, rot and ruins, a Somalia on Lake Michigan.
The city has also more than doubled the amount of people shot - about 420 this year compared to 193 last year.
Since we all know everyone is equal and racial differences like forehead slope, blood cell shape and frontal lobe development are purely cosmetic we're really at a loss to explain this eruption of open tribal warfare in a dead city.
Thirty-two people were shot in Chicago over the weekend, the youngest among them a 3-year-old boy shot in the leg in the Englewood neighborhood.
At this point I'd like to remind all of you that Black Lives Matter, tm, K, U.
Police said the boy apparently was hit by a stray bullet fired in a gang fight. No one was reported in custody.
No arrests made, random incident, etc.
A group of people had started fighting inside the Shrine, at 2109 S. Wabash Ave., just before 2 a.m. and were escorted outside by the club’s security, police said. Shortly afterward, someone fired shots from a burgundy car in front of the club.
I bet that gun was acquired legally, probably via the "gun show loophole." We need fewer rights.
Police said they recovered three guns from the scene of the shooting. No one was reported in custody.
Trying to stop the predictable brown malfunction is evil and wrong so the police are reduced to crime scene janitors.
The weekend’s first gunshot homicide was at 11:30 p.m. Friday, when 20-year-old Terrell Sykes was shot multiple times in the abdomen while standing out on the Gresham block where he lived.
Standing while black.
Chicongo achieves its "diversity" goals.