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By Ian Miles Cheong, Daily Caller Twenty-year-old Mubashra Uddin was charged in 2015 with first-degree murder for allegedly dropping her newborn infant out of a high-rise apartment building. Speaking to police, relatives of the girl say that her strict Muslim upbringing led to the series of events that eventually led to the tragedy. This week, …

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Tucker Carlson of Fox News got into a debate with a woman using the assumed name of “Naila” about a fight club that Antifa has started in Chicago. I wasn’t aware that anyone in Chicago didn’t already know how to fight. I assumed that anyone that didn’t know how to fight was probably already dead. …

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Chicago saw approximately 52 people shot over the Fourth of July weekend, a slight decrease from last year’s numbers. Of the 52 people shot over Independence Day weekend, about six people died from their wounds, reports the Chicago Tribune. The first fatal shootings happened late Friday night, in which three men were killed in the South Side Englewood …

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A man allegedly hanged himself after causing a deadly crash that killed a woman in Chicago. Anthony Milder was speeding down West Ontario Street at about 1:30 a.m. Monday, when the 2009 Nissan coupe he was driving crashed into a utility pole, killing 21-year-old Alejandra Damian. Milder survived the crash and was seen running away …

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Chicago saw approximately 52 people shot during Memorial Day weekend, despite a heavier police presence throughout the city. Seven people died from their wounds in a spate of violence that lasted from Friday evening to early Tuesday morning, reports NBC News. One victim, a 15-year-old boy, died from a gunshot wound in the back as part of …

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A shocking video showed a female police officer using a stun gun on a man who punched her in the face. In the YouTube clip, the female cop can be seen pointing a stun gun at a man in the doorway of a McDonald’s restaurant. They two speak for several minutes, with the officer calling …

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  A Chicago-area mother is outraged after her son’s school denied his choice to sit for the Pledge of Allegiance. Shemar Cooper, 15, says he decided to sit down for the Pledge of Allegiance during his Spanish class at Eisenhower High School in Blue Island, Illinois. When his teacher told him he had to stand …

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  Chicago saw 34 people wounded from gun injuries in a spate a violence over Easter weekend. Twenty-three were shot during just a seven hour period between Saturday night and early Sunday morning, reports the Chicago Sun-Times. The lone death over the weekend happened early Sunday morning. One man shot at two other men, one of whom succumbed to …

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  A man has been arrested in Palatine, a northwest suburb of Chicago, after attempting to use his cell phone to film a minor while she was changing in a Target dressing room. A girl told authorities that she was in a Target fitting room March 26 when she looked down and noticed a man’s …

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  A Chicago woman was arrested for reportedly pushing a stroller filled with weapons. According to WBBM, 18-year-old Yarisma Martinez was seen walking through the Back of The Yards neighborhood when police stopped her. In Martinez’s possession was a handgun, a rifle, and ammunition. Police had earlier captured surveillance video of a man firing a …

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  A family is demanding an apology after Chicago police incorrectly raided their home Thursday. The Franklin family woke up early that morning to find Chicago police pounding on their door, reports Fox 32. Police told Ashanti Franklin to open the door because they were looking for someone named Gregory King. “He says to me …

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  A popular driving teacher at a Chicago suburb high school has been fired for refusing to teach a student who would not stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. Vince Ziebarth, commonly known among students as “Mr. Z,” was fired from Eisenhower High School in Blue Island, Illinois, after a confrontation with 15-year-old Shemar Cooper …

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The four alleged perpetrators who live streamed their torturing of a mentally handicapped man in Chicago pled not guilty Friday to multiple felony charges. The Cook County State Attorney’s Office in Illinois is formally charging 18-year-olds Tesfaye Cooper, Jordan Hill, Brittany Convington and 24-year-old Tanishia Covington with aggravated kidnapping, aggravated battery, aggravated unlawful restraint, and hate crime. …

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Thirty-two people were injured during shootings in Chicago over Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend. Chicago police said eight people died from gunshots and twenty-four people suffered from gun violence, reports ABC 7 Chicago. The first deadly shooting happened Friday around 4 p.m. A 21-year-old male argued with another person who retaliated by shooting at him. …

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Chicago law enforcement officials were reluctant to call the videotaped torture of a white man by black assailants a hate crime Wednesday night — even though the suspects repeatedly said “fuck white people” as they attacked their victim. Video emerged Wednesday of an unidentified white man — bound and gagged — being beaten, cut and …

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Chicago’s 11th district experienced more shootings in 2016 than some major cities last year, as the violence across Chi-Town rages. Ninety-one people have been killed in Chicago’s 11th district in 2016, reports The New York Times. Total shootings are up about 78 percent in the district from last year, while homicides have risen almost 89 …

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Four black individuals have now been charged in the brutal beating of a Chicago man, all while clearly shouting “white boy” and “he voted Trump,” yet none of them will be charged with hate crimes. In a shocking video of the attack that went viral in the week after Trump’s election, a group of young …

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In a perfect example of failed gun control, the murder count in Chicago reached 700 this week. It’s the first time since 1998 that the city has seen such high numbers. Joseph Anderson, a black man who died with a gunshot wound to the face, is at least Chicago’s 700th homicide victim for 2016. Jovan Wilson, …

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The Chicago Police Department is expanding the use of a gunshot detection system and surveillance cameras in areas of the city that are dealing with high rates of gun violence.  Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson says in a statement the expanded ShotSpotter system and crime cameras will be in police districts on the city’s south …

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Thirteen people were killed, and another 52 were injured in shootings over the weekend throughout Chicago. The killings put Chicago over the top at 500 killings on the year, roughly double the total from 2015. Nearly half of the shootings occurred Monday, something police officials explained as “retaliatory acts” mostly from gangs after a weekend of …

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“The shallow believe in luck. The strong believe in cause and effect.” ~ Emerson “Chi-raq” is the movie name bestowed upon the City of Chicago. Although proved shockingly true on a daily basis, Mayor Emanuel, reverting to type, forbids the term in his presence. If the mayor were a Republican, Chicago’s tail-spin into chaos and …

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