Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Obama reduces Chicago gang "governor" Fat Eric's sentence

Englewood, Chicago's South Side
In his flurry of midnight madness pardons and commutations that include traitor Bradley "Chelsea" Manning, Barack Obama cut the sentence of a former Illinois governor. No, it wasn't Rod Blagojevich, whose family maintains hope that the hair-brained Chicago Democrat will receive a pardon or commutation of his sentence from Obama. It was Eric "Fat Eric" Wilson, a "governor" in the Gangster Disciples street gang, by far the most powerful criminal organization in Chicago and a group that has played a significant role in placing America's third-largest city on the abyss or worse.

Governor Wilson was serving a life sentence for drug crimes. G-D governors such as Wilson, at least in the 1990s, had hundreds of thugs reporting to him. He was sent away in 1998, Obama commuted Wilson's life sentence to 35 years.

Former Black Panther Bobby Rush, a congressman from Chicago's South Side whose district covers much of the base of the Gangster Disciples, wrote a letter to Obama where he declared that Fat Eric deserved a break because of his "extraordinary rehabilitative efforts."

Chicago suffered nearly 800 murders last year--most of them were tied to gangs such as the Gangster Disciples.

Obama's action is another example of what Mayor Rahm Emanuel calls "Chicago values."

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