Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Chicago family values: Suspect in quadruple slaying may have been avenging dad's murder

Blogger in South Shore,
outside his dad's old home
Mayor Rahm Emanuel speaks of Chicago values--which of course that means there are Chicago family values too.

Or perhaps Chiraq family values?

From ABC Chicago:
A 19-year-old man charged in the fatal shooting of four men at a South Shore restaurant may have been seeking revenge for his father's death a day before, police said.

Maurice Harris, who faces four counts of first-degree murder, was denied bail on Wednesday and due back in court on April 25.

Police said he was taken into custody late Tuesday night, five days after he allegedly shot up Nadia Fish and Chicken at the corner of East 75th Street and South Coles Avenue.

"As we have seen too many times before here in Chicago, he's no stranger to CPD. Nor is he unfamiliar with using an illegal handgun," said Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson during a press conference.
What a specious statement. How on earth did Johnson make it to the top of the heap of the Chicago Police Department?

The suspect very well may be familiar with using an illegal handgun.

The suspect's father, Jerry Jacobs, was murdered just outside of South Shore.


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