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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

As Milwaukee Burned, Chicago Bloodshed Continued with 46 Wounded, 9 Killed in 72 Hours

From Friday afternoon to the first few hours of Monday morning, the perennial weekend bloodletting in Chicago continued with a loss of nine lives among 46 shootings across the city.

Even as the neighboring City of Milwaukee was devolving into chaos with riots sparked by what authorities are calling a justifiable police-involved shooting, Chicago was grinding on with its all too common emulation of a war zone.

Coming off what was one of the most dangerous weeks in the city’s history with 100 shot, the weekend was not to be outdone by racking up in just over two days what took four days during the previous week.



Anonymous said...

Always heartwarming news out of Chicago, too bad this doesn't spread throughout our big cities. The death and destruction of drug dealers, drug users, and gang members, all pieces of garbage.

Anonymous said...

It used to be that it was a beer that made Milwaukee famous.

Anonymous said...

Rahm on Martha's Vineyard with golfer-in-chief?