Black mob on rampage fractures cop’s skull

Public ‘has no idea’ of racial hatred directed toward white officers


(Editor’s note: Colin Flaherty has done more reporting than any other journalist on what appears to be a nationwide trend of skyrocketing black-on-white crime, violence and abuse. WND features these reports to counterbalance the virtual blackout by the rest of the media due to their concerns that reporting such incidents would be inflammatory or even racist. WND considers it racist not to report racial abuse solely because of the skin color of the perpetrators or victims.) Videos linked or embedded may contain foul language and violence.

A Chicago police officer is hospitalized in serious condition with a fractured skull, a victim of black mob violence.

The as-of-yet unidentified officer was responding to a call early Saturday morning when he found dozens of people in the street, creating mayhem. He immediately called for backup, but instead of waiting for reinforcements, went to the assistance of a woman under attack.

The mob turned on him: He was struck on the head with the bat.

“No one tried to help him or stop the attack,” said one Chicago police officer. “That happens a lot: Mob violence. No assistance. If anything, most of the people are either participating or encouraging the violence. Not trying to help.”

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Chicago Police Implement Precrime Tactics

Kurt Nimmo
August 23, 2013

Precrime reminiscent of a short story by Philip K. Dick later made into feature film by Steven Spielberg.

Precrime reminiscent of a short story by Philip K. Dick later made into feature film by Steven Spielberg.

Employing mathematical analysis, Chicago police are generating “heat lists” containing what they believe are potential criminals.

Acting on the speculative data, the cops are conducting home visits, intimidating residents, and threatening people with arrest.

The effort, known as Two Degrees of Association, is funded by a federal grant from the National Institute of Justice.

“The strategy calls for warning those on the heat list individually that further criminal activity, even for the most petty offenses, will result in the full force of the law being brought down on them,” reports the Chicago Tribune.

The tactic is reminiscent of a short story by the late Philip K. Dick later made into feature film by Steven Spielberg. In the story, “precogs,” individuals with precognitive ability, are used by police to predict future crimes.

The theory of precrime parallels that of preemptive arrest, a “forward-looking mechanism” in which a person is arrested prior to committing a crime.

Preemptive arrest and detention are characteristic of authoritarian and totalitarian governments and are usually consider anathema to the principles of republic and democratic forms of government.

The fact Chicago is using precrime theory to combat endemic, primarily drug and gang-related violence, is further evidence authoritarian police behavior is taking America further down the road toward a police state.

5 shot, 1 fatally, in Uptown, ‘There was blood everywhere’

A pedestrian at the scene of a multiple shooting, at the intersection of Wilson Avenue and Sheridan Road in Chicago,

A pedestrian at the scene of a multiple shooting, at the intersection of Wilson Avenue and Sheridan Road in Chicago, — Nuccio DiNuzzo, Chicago Tribune, Aug. 19, 2013

By Mitch Smith, Jeremy Gorner and Carlos Sadovi,  Chicago Tribune reporters11:32 p.m. CDT, August 19, 2013

Five people were shot, one fatally, this evening in the Uptown neighborhood along a Safe Passage route outside a church that was holding a prayer service at the time, officials said.

The shooting happened at 5:57 p.m. on the 4500 block of North Sheridan Road, police said.

Police said a white, four-door car pulled up in front of the Uptown Baptist Church at Wilson Avenue and Sheridan Road. Someone from inside the car opened fire at a group of people standing in front of the church, killing one of them and wounding four others, police said.

The victims, all men, ranged in age from 21 to 58, Chicago Police Department News Affairs Officer Ron Gaines said, citing preliminary information.

The youngest man died after being shot in the head, police said. Of the survivors, three were brought to Weiss Memorial Hospital: a 44-year-old man shot in the knee, a 58-year-old man shot in the hand, and a 32-year-old man shot in the ankle.  All three were in good condition, Gaines said.

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Illinois Moves to Confiscate Firearms

Cook County follows in California’s footsteps

Via Wikimedia Commons

Via Wikimedia Commons

Adan Salazar
July 30, 2013

Police in Cook County, Illinois are demonstrating that, contrary to gun control proponents’ reassurances, a gun registry does eventually and inevitably lead to confiscation.

Last week, the Chicago Sun-Times reported that the Cook County Sheriff’s office has formed a special task force assigned to seek out Cook County suburb residents whose Firearm Owner’s Identification Cards have expired.

“The Chicago Police Department conducts regular missions to recover revoked FOID cards and seize guns from the holders, but there wasn’t a concerted effort to do that in Cook County’s suburbs,” Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart told the Sun-Times.

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28 Teens Arrested After ‘Wilding’ Mob Action Rocks Chicago

28 Teens Arrested After Wilding Mob Action Rocks Chicago


Chicago police made 28 arrests Saturday night after teenage “mob action” and so-called “wilding” disturbances rocked parts of the city.

The Chicago Sun-Times reported a “melee” erupted along the famous Magnificent Mile shopping district and that a group of women were attacked on a city transit bus.

CBS Chicago WBBM-TV reported many innocent tourists and shoppers were caught in the middle of the chaos of teenagers purposely bumping into each other and starting fights among themselves.

“You had a group of teens, close to maybe 500. They assaulted a Chicago police officer that was on a mounted on a horse and all of a sudden they assaulted a citizen walking the streets, just a normal citizen shopping and enjoying the weather,” community activist Andrew Holmes told WBBM.


Seventeen arrests — 15 juveniles and two adult men, ages 18 and 19 — were made near Chicago and Michigan avenues after police came across “a number of kids fighting amongst themselves” around 6 p.m., Chicago police spokeswoman Amina Greer told the Sun-Times. Those arrested were charged with reckless conduct.

In a separate incident, 10 juveniles and one adult, an 18-year-old woman, were charged with battery after police said they attacked a group of women on a bus around 6:30 p.m.

Later Saturday night, WBBM reported a man was jumped and punched in the face by a group of teens.

Much of the activity was reported to have been planned weeks ago on social media, according to the station.

“I caution those parents if their child has been arrested which numerous teenagers have been arrested tonight, that you need to think about your child. Just don’t say the Chicago police picked on your child, when we were watching all the assault going on, especially by teen women,” Holmes told WBBM.


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