Two separate mass shootings in less than two hours in Chicago have left two women dead and at least 15 others injured, the Daily Mail Reports. In Chicago over 1,715 people have been shot which is about an 18% increase compared to last year.
Seven people have died and at least 42 others wounded in Chicago gun violence this weekend, per the Chicago Sun-Times.
14 were shot, three fatally, Monday alone in Mayor Lightfoot’s Chicago. And Monday’s violence followed a weekend in which nearly 40 were shot, six fatally.
A mob of Black Lives Matter “protesters” gathered at the home of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin police officer Joseph Mensah’s girlfriend and shot at the back door after violently assaulting them.
Black Lives Matter protestors (so-called) engaged in massive widespread looting in Chicago on Sunday evening, once again.
Police have charged a man in the fatal shooting of 9-year-old Janari Ricks. Darrell Johnson, 39, was charged Tuesday with first degree murder in the death of the 9-year-old boy.
A family is outraged after a 9-year-old boy was shot dead Friday night while playing outside in the Cabrini rowhouses.
A 9-year-old boy was shot and killed Friday night on the city's Near North Side, Chicago police said.
Three people have been killed and 48 more have been wounded so far this weekend in shootings across Chicago. The shootings occurred between 6 p.m. on Friday and 11:59 p.m. Sunday. The numbers are the lowest the city has seen in over a month, when 33 people were shot and two killed between 5 p.m. … Continue reading 51 wounded, 3 dead after another violent weekend in Chicago as mayor blames Trump
Actor Jussie Smollett has reportedly been indicted indicted on six new charges of disorderly conduct, accusing him of filing false police reports by a special prosecutor in Chicago over last year’s alleged hate hoax in which the Empire actor lied, claiming he was beaten by two men in MAGA hats who yelled racial and homophobic slurs at him. A special Cook County grand jury handed down the new indictment on Tuesday, following a six-month investigation by special prosecutor Dan Webb.