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Chicago police stop immediate responses to burglaries and thefts

05.02.2013 19:09

Many Chicagoans who call 911 will no longer receive immediate help. Chicago police will no longer show up at crime scenes unless someone is in critical condition or a criminal suspect remains on the scene.

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Dink Shwinker 21.04.2014 22:05

The city has banned guns in Chicago for 40 years and I took stitches in my head from a baseball bat robbery there about ten years a go. Pack heat and when you kill a few of the vermin, get a good Jewish lawyer.


Jean-Francois Dube 08.02.2014 00:43

.«Police Supt. Garry McCarthy said he is aware of this, but continues to believe that police are more useful on the street than responding to 911 calls.»

mo re useful on the street than responding to 911 calls?!

USA ans will never cease to amaze me


sarah stein 11.04.2013 12:02

That woman in Chicago who claimed to be paying $17,000 in property taxes and who was really upset about the violent flash mobs, is not going to be happy about this.

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