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Friday, August 31, 2012

True News USA

True News USA took over DSLC (detective shaved long cock) files and news coverage since DSLC was shut down. Like you I was a long time reader of DSLC and SCC (second city cop) lets hope my blog site as well as other bloggers are not shut down for speaking the truth. well I said enough please enjoy one of many to come bloggs from the newest blog site on the block.

He was the surprised guest at the RNC - Clint Eastwood Speech: Movie Star Talks To An Empty Chair (VIDEO)


Mitt Romney probably hoped that surprise guest Clint Eastwood would make his day at the convention -- instead, the 82-year-old gave a rambling speech that was as disastrous as the botched bank robbery that he stopped in "Dirty Harry" while playing a jaded San Francisco cop.

Eastwood talked to an empty chair representing President Barack Obama.

"So Mr. President, how do you handle promises you've made?" he said to the chair. He then proceeded to rankle Obama for his administration's proposal to try Khalid Sheik Mohammed in New York, a plan from which he later backed down, and the war in Afghanistan, for which Romney has endorsed the same withdrawal timeline.

Eastwood also jabbed Vice President Joe Biden, calling him the "intellect of the Democratic party." "He's just a grin with a body behind it," Eastwood said.

He attacked Obama for, of all things, riding in Air Force One. "You could still use a plane," he said, "Not that big gas guzzler you are going around to colleges and talking about student loans and stuff like that."

Eastwood, who praised Romney as a "stellar businessman," later said that he thought it was never a good idea for attorneys to be president, despite the fact that Romney has a J.D. from Harvard Law School.

"When somebody doesn't do the job, you gotta let them go," he said, gesturing to draw a finger across his throat.

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The Raw Truth As An American Sees It

 

 

Respect for the Second Amendment in Illinois’ Largest County

Posted on August 24, 2012
On Tuesday, the Springfield, Illinois, State Journal-Register reported that the state’s attorney in McLean County (Bloomington area) announced that he would not enforce certain Illinois gun control laws that violate the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. In particular, the county’s top prosecutor, Ronald Dozier, singled out the Illinois law that requires a person to possess a Firearm Owners Identification Card to be able to buy a gun.
“Our message is this,” Dozier said. “We will no longer use the power and authority of our office to criminalize and punish decent, otherwise law-abiding citizens who choose to exercise the rights granted to them by the Second Amendment of the United States’ Constitution to keep and bear arms in defense of themselves and their families.” Dozier also noted that Illinois is the only state that still prohibits people from carrying concealed weapons.
Prospective firearm carriers take note, however: McLean County Sheriff Mike Emery, while agreeing with Dozier about the conflict between the Second Amendment and the Illinois gun control laws, said his office would continue to enforce the laws in their present form. Thus, as Dozier said, his decision is largely “symbolic.”

Thursday, August 30, 2012

From Detective Shaved Long cock

 

 

It is because of this our friend was forced to shut down his blog. Hey BGA go fuck your self you NAZI bastards 

 

 

For all of you who thought the BGA Better Government Association is LEGIT...forget it!





The BGA is out harassing the people who have ads on my blog and based on the phone call I received is blaming the wrong people for this blog.

It appears with the billion dollar corruption business in Chicago the BGA is more concerned about a blog that was dedicated to revealing city, county, state and federal corruption more than the government corruption in itself. One would believe that the BGA is CONTROLLED by the corrupt Chicago elected officials. Otherwise why would they worry about a news related blog. Explains why the BGA never went after all the powerful corrupt officials in Chicago.

It's not good bye but it will be a new start with my computer operations based in another state. Keep coming back here for follow up information.....

And nothing pisses off the BGA more than wasting weeks on a blog story when the blog can't be found!

As to my buddy who was bothered by the BGA, God bless my friend... You did nothing worng!

From Second City Cop

Is this true what I am reading BGA forces fellow blogger to stop blogging and to go off line. Fuck them obama loving tree huging NAZI's












Shaved on Hiatus
For reasons CrimeFile covers in this posting, Shaved has taken down his blog, his archives and will remain off line for the foreseeable future.

We fail to see where a non-government agency takes it upon itself to check on the activities of private citizens. It definitely hints at collusion between the government (Rahm) and a supposedly "non-partisan" organization.

There are already entities within the Department to investigate allegations of wrong doing (we should know - we have Barb West's illegal First Amendment investigation of this blog in our possession). For the BGA to wander into these waters has a decidedly chilling effect on things.

Mountgreenwood Drunk Irish gang shoots and wounds 15 year old wildebeast


 

Grand Crossing officer's have a night of pats on the back

West Woodlawn police shooting
Chicago police on the scene of a shooting in the West Woodlawn neighborhood. (WGN-TV / August 30, 2012)

Chicago police wounded a man late Wednesday night in the West Woodlawn neighborhood on the city's South Side.
Officers from the Grand Crossing police district were "conducting an investigation" in the area of the 6600 block of South Langley Avenue at about 9:45 p.m., where a person was shot earlier in the evening, according to a brief statement from Chicago police.
No officers were injured in the incident.
When the officers tried interviewing a man walking down the street, police said he pulled a handgun and pointed it at the officers.
One of the officers fired his weapon, hitting the man in the lower back, according to police.
Police said the 23-year-old man was taken to an area hospital for treatment. He was expected to survive.
It was the third night in a row that Chicago police have fired on armed individuals. On Monday, police fired on an armed man near Chicago and Keeler avenues on the city's West Side. On Tuesday, Gresham District officers wounded a man they said fatally shot a 31-year-old man.
Earlier Wednesday evening, a police officer wounded a teenager who shot him in the knee on the city's Far South Side.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Breaking news Sarge exclusive Wildebeast captured in Kingston shooting

 
 
Today 29 Aug 12 at 1700 Hours Chicago Police chased and capture one of many wildbeast for  muder and his friends in to a building.
The alleged offender had killed 2 and wounded 8. To quote X00 kick in that fucking door now and take him outX99 you heard the boss kick it in. X42 get fd on scene we need a ladder offender is on the roof. X99 two at a time go on to the roof we don't need any one hurt. 1 for the mobile with X00 go
X00 I am on the way 10-4
Dispatch do you need cpd1 No Squadwe are good X71 has 6 X 12 has 2 and X33R have 1 show us going to the area.
1 to all units good job very good jab anyone hurt X60 no blue injured only offenders.
X00 outstanding work proud of you keep it  
 

Officer Down in the 11200 block of Racine

Chicago Police officer was shot tonight near 112th Street and Racine Avenue on the Far South Side, suffering what were believed to be non-life-threatening wounds, authorities said.
The officer was shot in the knee and was in good condition, according to a law enforcement source. The officer suffered what were believed to be non-life-threatening wounds, and his condition had been stabilized, according to Police News Affairs.

The officer was being taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Prison chaplain: Group prayer banned because of security

Artical 3 of the United States Constitution clearly states and I quote " Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War , or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court. The Congress shall have Power to declare the Punishment of Treason, of Forfeiture of the guilty parties Life."

So now I ask you this Why is this man who was caught be U.S. Marines still living. This man aided the enemy fired on U.S. Military and is a U.S. Citizen. I said this and called DC out on it when he was arrested. Again this should show all of you that our elected officials do not care about our constitution. They allow this man to live and they are trying to sign a U.N gun treaty. Read the article below this man should not be alive and should be greatful with what he is recieving.

John Walker Lindh
John Walker Lindh (Tribune file photo / August 28, 2012)
The federal prison system strives to accommodate inmates' religious beliefs, when possible, but it can't allow daily group prayer for American Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh and other Muslims because of security and logistical concerns, the prison system's head chaplain said.

The rule allowing only supervised group prayer at federal prisons was put in place following a 2004 Inspector General's Office report that raised concerns about efforts to radicalize Muslim inmates after the Sept. 11 attacks, Michael R. Smith Sr., the U.S. Bureau of Prisons' chief chaplain, testified Monday. Lindh, who aided the Taliban during the 2001 U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan, is one of 24 Muslims among the 43 inmates in the prison unit.
Lindh claims the prison policy flouts a 1993 law restraining the government from curtailing religious expression without showing it has a compelling interest.

What this fuck fails to realize is that law applies to the Genevia Convention and not non military combatiants so the convention law does not apply to you fucks you lost that when you commited the act of treason bitch.
The government claims in court documents that Lindh delivered a radical sermon to other Muslim prisoners in February. It also says he delivered the sermon entirely in Arabic, which is not allowed under Bureau of Prison regulations that require all speech but ritual prayers to be in English.
Again our laws they do not care about so why are they still breathing mainly the one who was caught firing a weapon on U.S. military.
In 2001, Lindh was captured in Afghanistan by U.S. troops and accused of fighting for the Taliban. Raised Catholic, the California native was 12 when he saw the movie "Malcolm X" and became interested in Islam. He converted to Islam at age 16. Walker told Newsweek after his capture that he had entered Afghanistan to help the Taliban build a "pure Islamic state."

In 2002, Lindh pleaded guilty to supplying services to the now-defunct Taliban government and carrying explosives for them. He had been charged with conspiring to kill Americans and support terrorists, but those charges were dropped in a plea agreement. He was transferred to the Terre Haute prison in 2007.He is eligible for release in 2019.
 
Fuck that If he is released I will gun him down my self what is a jury going to do to me nothing.

Chicago Mayor tightwad speaks out on Chatham, Gresham, Englewood and Grand Crossing shootings if these idiots listened to the people who voted for them America would not be the shit whole country in the world

 
 So Chicago is ranked # 1 in the nation as to having high gun violance. We have the worst gun owner laws in America. Yet this tight wad along with other corrupt chicago politicians wont pass concealed carry. Wake up you fuck pass it or your done and will be removed as well. 

Mayor Rahm Emanuel addressing safety concerns after a deadly weekend in Chicago where at least seven people died as a result of gun violence. (Source: WGN - Chicago)

Friday, August 24, 2012

I80 Shooting hits Orland Park resident

 

A case of road Range led to a shooting on I-80 near Gary Thursday night. (Source: WGN - Chicago)


An Orland Park woman was cut by shattered plastic after someone shot at her car on Interstate 80 in northwest Indiana, authorities say.
The 22-year-old woman was headed west, and had just passed Grant Street in Gary, when a dark truck pulled up behind her Thursday night, Indiana State Police said. He followed her for a mile, then pulled up on the right and tried to force her off the road, police said.
The truck then got on the other side, driving on the shoulder, and the Orland Park woman moved into the center lane, police said. The truck drove around to the right side again and the driver fired a small-caliber handgun at the car.
The bullet didn’t hit the woman but a piece of plastic flew from the door and cut her hand, police said.
The driver of the truck exited at Cline Avenue and is still at-large. He was described only as an older man with white hair.
The woman refused medical treatment at the scene.
Police are asking anyone with information to call (219) 696-6242.

Mokey shoots up city

Eight people were hurt during a drive by shooting on the South side of Chicago near 79th and Essex Thursday night. (Source: WGN - Chicago)
Police are searching for two gunman who opened fire from a car and wounded eight people standing on a South Side street, including two 14-year-old boys and a 15-year-old boy, authorities say.
The shooting likely stemmed from a conflict between two factions of a gang that uses 75th Street as a dividing line, according to police, who said some of the wounded people were not cooperating.
The shooting occurred around 9:15 p.m. at the intersection of 79th Street and Essex Avenue. Officers in the area heard gunshots, spotted a car speeding away and chased it, police said.
The car was later found abandoned near the South Shore Motel at East 81st Street and South Stony Island Avenue. Authorities said it was riddled with bullet holes and there was blood on the hood, leading police to believe someone on the block returned fire.
A trail of blood from the car led police to the motel, where police suspected the gunmen may have been in a first-floor room. SWAT officers were summoned to the scene and a helicopter hovered over the motel, shining a light onto the building.
Police entered the room after a few hours and recovered a few guns, but found no one inside, authorities said.
Police are searching for the two gunmen and possibly a third person in the car, authorities said, adding that one of them may have been shot. Investigators were looking at surveillance video from the motel.
An Emergency Medical Services Plan 1 was called for the shooting, sending six ambulances to the scene. The Chicago Fire Department took five of the wounded to hospitals, and the other three either went on their own or were given rides to hospitals.
The wounded included:
• A 19-year-old woman walking to work was shot in the arm and taken to Stroger Hospital.
• Two 14-year-old boys were stable. One was shot in the arm and taken to Comer Children’s Hospital, and the other was shot in the foot and taken to Children’s Memorial Hospital, police said.
• A 15-year-old boy was shot in the back of the neck and taken to Comer Children’s Hospital, and a 16-year-old boy was shot in the foot and treated at Advocate Trinity Hospital. A second 16-year-old boy was shot twice in the leg and taken to Mount Sinai Hospital.
• A 20-year-old was taken to Stroger Hospital with a gunshot wound to the leg, along with a 28-year-old who remained in serious condition with a gunshot wound to the chest.
Thursday night's shooting happened around the corner from another shooting that left two people dead and five others wounded after a gunman opened fire into a crowd standing in front of a liquor store on Feb. 19.
Shell casings from the shooting Thursday night littered the alley behind the liquor where the seven people had been shot.
 

Monday, August 13, 2012

Security officer fatally shot a 19 year old that was shooting at them

Private security guards fatally shot a 19-year-old Chicago Heights man who fired shots at them at a subdivision in south suburban Richton Park, authorities said today.
The shooting occurred before 11:30 p.m. Saturday in the Lioncrest Townhomes subdivision in the 5000 block of Euclid Lane, according to Richton Park police.
Security guards hired by Lioncrest confronted two people inside a moving vehicle after watching the passenger fire numerous shots into the air, police said in a news release.
After ordering the vehicle to stop, the passenger got out the vehicle and pointed a handgun at the officers, police said.
The security officers ordered the man to drop the weapon, but he refused and fired at the officers, who returned fire and fatally struck the man, police said.
The gunman, Sean D. Smith, of the 200 block of West Elmwood Drive in Chicago Heights, was pronounced dead at the scene at 4 a.m. this morning, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office.
An autopsy confirmed that Smith died from multiple gunshot wounds.

A second person was wounded at the scene, but the police statement didn't mention exactly how the person was wounded. The unidentified person was treated at St. James Hospital in Olympia Fields, questioned by authorities and released, police said.
Richton Park police were working with the South Suburban Major Crimes Task Force to investigate the shooting, authorities said.
Cook County prosecutors were also contacted about the shooting, but the case remains under investigation.

Military update: God Speed U.S. Navy with the Bicentennial of War of 1812 brings warships, sailors to city for first time since 1999



Navy warships, on their first scheduled cruise in the Great Lakes since 1999, will pull in along Chicago's lakefront Tuesday as sailors celebrate Navy Week and the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812.
The ships will be on display at Navy Pier, part of a weeklong celebration in which Chicagoans can tour boats and meet sailors. A Navy frigate and patrol coastal ship, a Coast Guard cutter and two Royal Canadian Navy vessels will be on hand.
Also, the annual Air and Water Show will be held this weekend.
With North Chicago's Naval Station Great Lakes serving as the branch's only boot camp, the metro area is better acquainted with the Navy than most Midwestern cities. But military officials say this week — in which Navy divers plunge into the water at Shedd Aquarium and sailors do volunteer work — offers the public a rare chance to interact with members of the Navy.
"We've been a nation at war for the last 12 years," said Rear Adm. Gregory M. Nosal. "Everybody knows the Army is at war. Everyone knows about the Marine Corps. No one knows about the Navy because we've been forward deployed for the last 12 years."
Navy frigates used to cruise the Great Lakes each summer. But budget and security concerns put that program on hold after 1999, a Navy spokesman said, and9/11created different priorities.
Nosal, who commands the Navy's Carrier Strike Group Two, said the bicentennial of the War of 1812 is a logical time to bring warships back to the Midwest. That war, fought in part on the Great Lakes, helped establish free sea trade and shape the role of the modern Navy. The War of 1812 also led to the treaty in which the U.S. and Canada agreed to demilitarize the Great Lakes.
Beyond the history, Nosal hopes Chicagoans and sailors connect on a more personal level next week.
"To be able to walk in your own country," Nosal said, "and wear your uniform and to have local American citizens come up and say, 'Thank you for your service,' there's no better feeling."

Wild monkey shoots up city




At least 21 people - including a 15-year-old boy shot during an armed robbery attempt - were wounded in weekend shootings across the city since Friday night.
The bloodiest single shooting happened in the South Side Englewood neighborhood about 6:35 p.m. Saturday when four men were shot in a gas station parking lot, police said.
The four men - all in their 20s and 30s - were all listed in good or "stable" condition at area hospitals early Sunday, despite two of them suffering gunshot wounds to the chest, police said.
Police are seeking a shooter or shooters who fired from a small black vehicle, and no one was in custody early Sunday, police said.
The youngest victim was a 15-year-old boy shot by an armed robber early Saturday in the South Side Calumet Heights neighborhood, police said. He was walking down the 9300 block of South Anthony Avenue at 12:45 a.m. when a stranger pointed a handgun at him and announced a robbery.
The boy was shot in the leg while running away, police said. He was taken to Advocate Trinity Hospital in good condition.
The most recent shootings include a 41-year-old man shot in the back about 2:10 p.m. Sunday in the 8300 block of South Burnham Avenue, police said. He was taken in critical condition to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.
About 4:30 p.m. Sunday, a 19-year-old man was shot in the back in the 700 block of East 68th Street about 4:30 p.m., police said. He was taken in Jackson Park Hospital and Medical Center in "stable" condition. Police said the shooting appeared to be gang-related.
About 8 p.m., a 21-year-old man suffered a gunshot wound to the leg in the 9400 block of South Forest Avenue, police said, adding that he was taken in "stable" condition to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.
In the suburbs, four people are dead from shootings this weekend. Two of the fatal shootings occurred in separate incidents south suburban Harvey and one in Maywood involved an off-duty Chicago police officer. The off-duty officer fatally shot one of two men who allegedly attacked him after the officer crashed his motorcycle in the west suburb.

Friday, August 10, 2012

Police officer violates the 4th Amendment then assaults the driver then arrests her

On September 12, 2000 the Virginia State Police violated multiple civil rights under the U.S. Constitution. The fucked up thing is she is a U.S. History teacher who tells the police she has not commited a crime and the police officer confirmed she did nothing wrong. Then was charged with obstruction for not identifying her self then physically forced out of her car and assaulted by the officer. Then she was charged with battery to the police, resisting, and obstructing. Listen up you police officer's that do this under stand something if you do this we will own everything you own. Just look at what you have every night then under stand what ever you do on the street has repercushins at home


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Thursday, August 9, 2012

Where’s the public outcry over Chicago 13-year-old rapper Lil' Mouse

Let me answer this reporters own question... The reason there is no OUTCRY is because in the black ghetto neighborhoods gangsters, thugs, criminals, murderers, shooters, drug dealers and other pieces of shit are FUCKING IDOLIZED! These same shitheads elect gang bangers and criminals for public offices. A thug who shot a cop gets more respect in the colored neighborhoods than a father who works for a living and takes care of his children... it's that plain and simple. You want to see an OUTCRY... lock up this asshole rapper's momma and dadda... or take away their LINK CARD... then there will be an OUTCRY!

CHICAGO, IL - When a 13-year-old boy shows up in a rap video cursing like a grown man, flashing money and posing with a gun, his parents and other adults involved are morally bankrupt.

Unfortunately, there has been no public outcry over a raunchy video titled “Lil Mouse Get Smoked” that debuted on YouTube on July 4, and has since Blo wn up the Internet. Nearly 300,000 people have viewed it, making the 13-year-old the latest rap sensation to come out of Chicago.

Known as “Lil Mouse,” the baby-faced rapper repeatedly drops “Fuck” and “Nigger” bombs in a music video that glorifies sex, drugs and violence. At one point, an adult male gets behind the teen and makes it look like the teen is holding the gun. On popular music video sites, the teen, who allegedly lives in Roseland, is being promoted as the “13-year-old rapper from the Wild, Wild Hundreds.”

The gangster-style music video is even more profane when you consider that Chicago is desperately trying to reduce gang- and drug-related violence that helped push the homicide rate up nearly 40 percent and claimed the lives of so many of the city’s children.

Here’s just a sample of what “Lil Mouse” has to say:

“I’m rollin’, all my niggers rollin’

.30 clip and them hollow tips have his a-- sitting in Roseland

Floating off a pill, pussy bad’ll kill

My niggers in the field; you might get killed….

Melly got the .30 on his hip, he gone need some help

I’m a gangster, nnigger, and I could do this suck my fucking self”

When this kind of filth comes out of a child’s mouth, there’s no one to blame but the parents. Obviously, in neighborhoods where people are struggling to get by, having a kid break into the music industry is huge.

Still, there is such a thing as going too far and “Get Smoked” is a good example of where too far takes us. When young black males were exploited by the music industry to promote the gangster lifestyle, most of us said nothing.

Now the industry is hooking teenagers.

“This warrants an investigation,” said Che “Rhymefest” Smith, a Chicago rapper who ran a spirited but unsuccessful campaign for alderman in the 20th Ward.

“This has clearly crossed over into child pornography when you have a 13-year-old child rapping about sex and about violence and drug selling. They are probably already under investigation,” he said.

P. Noble, the videographer who shot the video in Roseland, claims “Lil Mouse” wasn’t holding the gun.

“I made sure of it. When I got to the set, I made sure that Mouse did not have any guns or drugs on him,” he told me.

Noble claimed not to know the names of any of the adults involved in making the video but said the boy’s mother and adult uncles were on the set.

“I was hired to do video direction. Somebody called me and I showed up. I didn’t realize a gun was in the video. So much was going on and there were a lot of people behind him. I wasn’t trying to glorify anything,” he said.

The gun is clearly visible in several scenes.

“But a lot of young people in Chicago live and survive in that subculture. It is a sad reality. It’s an epidemic,” Noble concluded.

Chase Davis is listed as the producer of “Get Smoked.” Davis did not return several phone calls.

Rhymefest claims Lil Mouse represents a new “culture of rap music from Chicago that is glorifying violence and drugs.”

“We find that artists who glorify death in Chicago are being rewarded,” he said.

For instance, Chief Keef, another Chicago teen who raps about violence, recently landed a deal with the Interscope record label that is reportedly worth millions.

But last December, the then 16-year-old wasn’t much of a celebrity. In fact, he was a big part of the problem that continues to make life unbearable in some neighborhoods on the South and West Sides.

Keef was arrested in the Washington Park neighborhood when police arrived on the scene and found a suspect pointing a gun at them. Chief Keef was one of two young men arrested. The rapper was charged with unlawful use of a weapon and had to do 60 days of house arrest — at his grandmother’s house, no less — according to a report in the Beachwood Reporter.

“Record labels are exploiting the violence in Chicago at the expense of young people who are being used to do it,” argues Rhymefest, who has publicly taken Chief Keef to task, calling him a spokesman for the “prison industrial complex.”

“This is new for rappers in Chicago,” he said.

“We have to go after the producers and labels and create some way young people can express themselves and be heard,” he said.

“But if guns and bitches is the only thing that is getting attention, then that is what young people are going to do. I am trying to save those artists before they cross over to the dark side.”

To that end, Rhymefest is spearheading “The Pledge Mixtape,” a CD that brings together rappers in Chicago to produce positive music about life as opposed to death.

“We want to highlight positive artists that tell the truth. The majority of young people are not selling drugs. They are not killing each other, and they have aspirations,” Rhymefest said.

“Everybody has a rap and a dream. “Clearly, you don’t need a lot of talent, just a hustle,” he said. “There is some adult barricading these teens, and you have to get around these adults.”

Because of “Get Smoked,” Lil Mouse is not on the corner or hanging on the street, said Noble, who claims his phone has been ringing off the hook with inquiries about the young rapper.

Still, what’s taking place in “Get Smoked” is child exploitation and depicts behavior that is detrimental to the moral development of a child. That can’t be ignored.

Sgt. Craig Bier is 10th NYPD officer wounded

 

PHOTO: Sgt. Craig Bier is an undated family photo

A highly decorated NYPD sergeant was shot in both legs late Wednesday during a gunfight with a suspect fleeing down a Queens alleyway, police said.

Sgt. Craig Bier, a 15-year veteran assigned to the Queens Gang Unit, was the 10th city cop shot this year.

Fellow officers rushed him to Jamaica Hospital in a patrol car, and Bier was expected to make a full recovery from his wounds.

Bier squeezed off a six shots at the gunman, who opened fire on the officer about 10:30 p.m., Mayor Bloomberg said at a hospital news conference early Thursday. Bier suffered gunshot wounds to both thighs. The suspect fled on foot.

“He’s a great guy, funny,” Bier’s 70-year-old mother, Betty, told the Daily News Thursday morning at the officer’s Long Island home. “He was even making jokes about walking out of the (hospital). ... He is very well-liked. He takes his job seriously, and he is a great father.”

Bier is a divorced dad of a 4-year-old boy, family members said. Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly visited with Bier in the hospital.

“This is the type of officer that they public should thank God that we have working for the New York City Police Department,” Kelly said at the hospital news conference.

Bier, the son of a retired NYPD detective who met with the mayor and police commissioner at the hospital, has earned 65 NYPD medals — 14 for meritorious police duty — over his career.

"He's the kind of guy that you want out there," Bloomberg said of Bier. "I don't know that I've ever talked to anybody as enthusiastic about his job."

A man grazed in the head by a gunshot turned up a short time later at another hospital and was initially suspected of being the shooter.

But a police source now says detectives aren't sure if that individual is the gunman. A second man, described by another source as a 24-year-old with an arrest record, is now being sought.

Bier, 44, was working in plainclothes and riding with his partner in an unmarked minivan when they left the vehicle and stopped a bicyclist who was “acting suspicious,” Kelly said.

“When he saw the officers, he began to flee in the opposite direction,” Kelly said. “He ran. He got off the bike. He ran down the alley.”

The suspect bolted down a narrow alley between a house and a 10-feet high chain link fence that encloses a parking lot.

Kelly said the suspect apparently scaled the fence and jumped onto the roof of a white van parked in the lot so he could escape onto 107th Ave.

Bier, who had already run back to 107th Ave. to block the suspect's escape, then exchanged fire with the gunman, Kelly said.

Bier's partner, Detective Nicholas Romano, who had been chasing the gunman along the side of a home on Union Hall St., heard the shots and ran to Bier's aid.

The fallen cop was rushed by his colleagues to Jamaica Hospital in a police car. Officer Kyle Miller, a certified emergency medical technician, applied pressure to Bier's wounds during the ride.

Cops later recovered a Ruger 9-mm. semi-automatic handgun behind 167-11 107th Ave. There were still three bullets in the magazine and one in the chamber.

“Another night and another shooting of one of our Finest,” Bloomberg said. “This is the 10th member of the department shot this year.”

There were nine police officers shot between 2008-11, meaning more officers were shot this year than in the previous four years combined.

A witness who lives on the block where the shooting occurred told The News he heard a total of nine shots.

“There were four shots, a pause, one shot, a pause, and then four shots,” said the witness, who would not give his name.

The suspect fled “and tried to get a cab, but the cab took off,” he added.

Cops at the scene conducted a massive search for the suspect, described as a 6-foot-4 black man wearing a white T-shirt, who fled into the rear yard after the shooting, sources said.

“The shooting of New York City police officers is getting to be outrageous,” said Ed Mullins, the head of the Sergeants Benevolent Association. “I really can't encourage our guys enough to do what they have to do to ensure that they go home at night.”

"I honestly believe there's a correlation between the economic downturn and crime," Mullins continued. "And we have less cops than we did 10 years ago and we're also more aggressive as a police department than we used to be."

COP SHOT has posted a $10,000 cash reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the shooter. Callers can remain anonymous and those with information are urged to call (800) COP-SHOT.

Just a day earlier, 10 people were shot in six gang-related incidents overnight Tuesday after Kelly and Bloomberg made their rounds at National Night Out Against Crime, the annual anti-violence event.

Gun violence is on the rise citywide with 1,058 shooting victims this year through Aug. 5, compared to 977 during the same period last year — an 8.3% spike.

Dart and Bilecki blame Sheahan

Tuesday, August 7, 2012              The Cook County Sheriff's Office released this statement regarding the trial:

"This specific case started over six years ago during a previous administration. Not one of the individuals suing the county was fired and some were promoted. It is beyond perplexing that these individuals are suing for more money when they already have had every opportunity for promotion. Sheriff Dart and his office proudly stand on their record."


"The Cook County Sheriff's Office is very proud of the fact that it is the only local government office that has been declared in compliance by the federal courts and therefore is no longer monitored by the courts or their appointed monitors. The office worked hard during the monitoring process and is proud of its ethical integrity. It cannot be stressed enough that this was a federal court decision to free the sheriff's office of the monitor, based on the hard work and policies implemented by the dart administration.

Never Run Over A Police Officer’s Foot

Here’s a piece of advice.
If a cop is standing by your car giving you a parking ticket, do not, we repeat DO NOT, run over the police officer’s foot with your vehicle.
In the video above posted late last week, a certain Mr. Douche of New York City, driving a very expensive red Ferrari, thought his fast car could out race parking ticket being written by an officer of the NYPD.
After gunning the engine, the car lurches forward and allegedly runs over the officer’s foot.
Of course, hilarity ensues.
It turns out Mr. Douche is, according to Reuter’s News Service, some goof dating some vapid reality TV “star” we’ve never heard of and is now alleging the cop faked the incident according to TMZ.
Unfortunately, Mr. Douche is being charged with felony assault, vehicular assault, obstructing governmental administration, disorderly conduct and for wearing a horrible looking purple sweater.
Here’s some more advice.
Never try to walk away from a police officer issuing a ticket. Be respectful, take the ticket and contest it if you feel it was issued unfairly.
Our final piece of advice is to never spend $250,000 on a car. That’s just stupid.

Emanuel All Talk, No Action On Parking Meter Deal

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He’s full of crap.
That is essentially the conclusion the Chicago Reader’s Mick Dumke comes to about Rahm Emanuel’s position on the parking meter lease deal in a recent piece.
As you probably know, Emanuel has recently been very outspoken about the nearly $50 million in bills Chicago Parking Meters, LLC has sent the city for over use of disabled parking and for meter closures for the past two years.
He’s very publicly and brashly denounced the bills and says he won’t pay them. Unfortunately for the Mayor, there’s this teeny tiny obstacle to his stance. It’s called a contract.
You remember. That several hundred page document the city paid a big time law firm nearly $700,000 to draft and/or review before former Mayor Daley signed it thus giving away right the parking meters for 75 years. If you go by the contract, CPM has every right to claim the compensation it asks for.
But as Dumke points out, while Emanuel has been publicly against the lease deal, city attorneys have been defending the meter lease deal in court.
Huh?!?
You see, back in 2009, the Independent Voters of Illinois-Independent Precinct Organization filed a lawsuit claiming the meter deal was illegal and the contract should be torn up.

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Veteran ICE Agent loses job for enforcing imigration laws

An 18 year veteran Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent is facing suspension for refusing to release a person he knew to be an illegal alien. The ICE agent and his partner were conducting surveillance on the vehicle of a known criminal alien. A subject got into the car but upon his arrest and detention turned out to not be the target of the investigation but still illegally within the United States.

The veteran agent decided to go forward with the detention of the subject even though the subject did not meet the criteria for deportation set by the Obama administration. Two supervisors ordered the veteran agent to let the subject go and a disagreement ensued that eventually led to a letter of proposed suspension for the agent over the incident.

President Obama and his administration have dramatically altered policy regarding the apprehension and deportation of aliens illegally within the United States. Those who have been here without committing another criminal infraction are virtually ignored while those who meet the criteria as a “dreamer,” those aliens who arrived here as children and attended school here, have been officially recognized by the Obama administration and allowed to reside here.

These new guidelines and ICE’s implementation of the weakened laws requiring the release of aliens illegally within the United States impact all of us whether you live in Spokane, Washington or Miami Florida. Only a few years ago, Trooper James Saunders of the Washington State Patrol was murdered by an illegal alien in Eastern Washington after that alien was missed by immigration officers.

Most veteran officers are passionate about the enforcement of the law. Changes to policies to immigration laws for political reasons can lead to confrontations such as in this case. Since its creation, ICE has had internal feuding due to Customs and Immigration Special Agents being combined into one agency and working jointly. In February of this year an ICE Special Agent shot and killed his supervisor at the ICE offices in Long Beach, California. Before the creation of ICE after 9/11, the murderer was assigned with the Immigration and Naturalization Service while the victim had been assigned to Customs.

Chicago Police Lt's List Is Out - Congratulations to everybody on the list

Cook County Sheriff Jail Gaurd punches an inmate

Deputy commits battery to an inmate now the question is this is the deputy on duty or off duty. If he is on duty why isn't he in uniform. If you look his shirt is untucked and not buttoned. If this was my officer he would have been sent home with a write up. The second thing is what gives this deputy the right to strike some one. If the Chicago police have to be politically correct then so should the Sheriff's office. In fact he is a over glorified security gaurd he is not even the police or a Sheriff's police he is what the state of Illinois and the police and fire board calls a bonded peace officer so he is not even a cop. again glorified security gaurd. The diffrence between them and private securtiy is nothing under Illinois state law if your job pays you to go to court then you can carry your firearm in as long as you have your credentials however the sherrif's deputies at various locations will give a private security officer a hard time. However under Illinois state law the private security officer has the same rights to carry as the sheriff's prision gaurds.The Sheriff him self has nothing to say about this incident. If this was my officer he would be arrested and charges filed. This just proves that all sheriff's deputy's are arrigant and think their shit don't stink. I was assaulted by an off duty deputy and I did was holding an intelegant conversation with a girl who I did not know was his wife and he grabbed me by the throat and a family member beat his ass. Later I asked if I should put a beef on him I was told by other police officer's he is mad cause he is a prison gaurd who can not hold an intelgent conversation with his women and felt threten by a CHA security officer who was 18. Not all deputy's are like them but these deputy's like the one shown in this video
 


A 6-foot-5, 325-pound Cook County correctional officer allegedly punched an inmate in the face and then told the inmate that if he didn’t tell others he swung first, the officer would tell superiors that the man tried to escape.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Upcoming Police events

 

 

006th District Sixers Reunion

August 5, 2012
006 reunion 2012 flyer 006th District Sixers Reunion Join us Sunday, August 5, 2012 9am-dusk Rain or Shine Calumet Woods Forest Preserve Grove #1 13600 S. Ashland Riverdale, Illinois B.Y.O.G.F. & B. Grill Food & Booze

Polish American Police Association Annual Family Picnic

August 5, 2012

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10-1 Benefit for Nicky ‘C’ Cesario

August 21, 2012
In December 2011, Nicky Cesario’s aorta began to shred, effectively killing his muscles. He is dealing with a multitude of problems from kidney failure to pneumonia, fevers to respiratory issues, and wounds that won’t heal. Our goal is to give him one less thing to worry about by holding a benefit to help with seemingly never ending medical bills. Biagio’s …

EVENTS

FOP, Chicago Lodge 7′s Annual Golf Outing

August 27, 2012
This year the golf outing will be held at Cog Hill! Monday, August 27, 2012 Registration Begins at 0730 Hours Shot Gun Start 0900 Hours Cog Hill Golf & Country Club 12294 Archer Avenue Lemont, Illinois Please sign up today by calling Kathy Moore, Carolyn Bentivenga or Doreen Plachta at the FOP Office, 312-733-7776. Money is due when signing up. …

Wounded Warrior Project Event Hosted by Personal Protection Academy

September 8, 2012
Personal Protection Academy is a proud supporter of the: Wounded Warrior Project. Join us, Saturday, September 8th, 2012 at 9am til 7pm for our Second Annual Wounded Warrior Celebration & Benefit. Event held at the Bristol Shooting Range. Volunteers & Donations can be directed to: practactical@netzero.com Photos from last year’s event

2012 Gold Star Candlelight Vigil

September 10, 2012
The 2012 Candlelight Vigil will be held on Monday, September 10, 2012 at 1930 hours in Gold Star Families Memorial and Park. All police officers, their families, and friends are invited. This ceremony is expected to last one hour and will take place, rain or shine. As part of the tradition of the Candlelight Vigil, the names of all Chicago Police Officers




Summer Whiskey and Wine Tasting Party

When:
08/02/2012 - 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Where:
Binny's Beverage Depot
1132 S. Jefferson Street
Chicago, IL
United States
Details:
You are invited to a Summer Whiskey and Wine Tasting Party benefiting the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation! The festivities will take place on Thursday, August 2 from 5:30-8:30pm at Binny's Beverage Depot, located at 1132 S. Jefferson Street in Chicago.
Tickets are $50.00 per person and may be purchased here via PayPal.


TEAM CPD White Sox Game and Tailgate Party

When:
08/04/2012 (All day)
Where:
Cellular FieldChicago, IL
United States
Details:
Join TEAM CPD for a White Sox game on Saturday, August 4 as they take on the Los Angeles Angels at 6:10pm. Tickets are $25 for just the game.
For $40, a tailgate and game ticket package is offered. The pre-game festivities will start two hours prior to the game in the lot at 33rd and Princeton and will be catered by Cork & Kerry on the Park. The exact location of the tailgate will be posted on the CPMF's website on August 1. Parking for the game is not included.
Pre-paid orders for this event can be picked up at the CPMF on August 1 from 9:00am-1:00pm, at Cork & Kerry on the Park on August 4 prior to the game, or at the tailgate.
All proceeds benefit the CPMF.
To purchase tickets, please use the PayPal button below:

Chicago's Finest Baseball Club (CPD) Takes on Chicago's Bravest Baseball Team (CFD) at Wrigley Field!

When:
08/05/2012 - 3:00pm
Where:
Wrigley Field
1060 W. Addison
Chicago, IL
United States
Details:
Please join us on Sunday, August 5, as Chicago's Finest Baseball Club (CPD) takes on Chicago's Bravest Baseball Team (CFD) at Wrigley Field! Tickets are $5 in advance and can be purchased above or below. Tickets purchased the day of the event at Wrigley Field are $10.
Gates open at 1:00pm and the game will begin promptly at 3:00pm. Free parking is available in the green lot on Grace.

20th District National Night Out Against Violence 5K Run (Plus Exercise Classes, Movie in the Park & Cookout)

When:
08/07/2012 - 6:00pm
Where:
Margate Park & Buttercup PlaylotChicago, IL
United States
Details:

The 20th District has coordinated a variety of activities on Tuesday, August 7 as part of the National Night Out Against Violence initiative. Events include a 5K run benefiting the CPMF, exercise classes, a movie and a cookout. Flyers for all the events are available here.
Participants in the 2nd Annual National Night Out Against Violence 5K Run are requested to assemble at Margate Park, 4921 N. Marine Drive, with the event kicking off at 6:30pm. The cost is $30 per runner, which includes goodie bags, t-shirts and awards for various age and gender divisions. Attached here is a application to participate.
Packet pick-up is available on Monday, August 6 from 12:00-6:00pm at the Runner's Edge, 5243 N. Clark, and at the race site after 5:00pm.
Awards and post-race refreshments and activities will take place at Buttercup Playlot, 4901 N. Sheridan Road. Proceeds of the run will be donated to the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation.
For more information or to register for the race, please contact the 20th District Community Policing Office, located at 5400 N. Lincoln, 312.744.8770, or the Runner Edge, 5243 N. Clark, 773.649.0853.
The evening's events also include Zumba, Yoga and Tai Chi at Buttercup Playlot, 4901 N. Sheridan, at 6:00pm, a cookout following the exercise classes at McCutcheon School, and the movie, UP at 7:30pm at Buttercup Playlot.

CPMF Rooftop Cubs Game

When:
08/15/2012 - 1:00pm
Where:
Sheffield Baseball Club Rooftop
3619 N. Sheffield
Chicago, IL
United States
Details:

A rooftop benefit for the CPMF will be held at Sheffield Baseball Club Rooftop, 3619 N. Sheffield, on Wednesday, August 15, as the Cubs will take on the Astros at 1:20pm. The doors to the event will open at 1:00pm.
Tickets are $100 and include all food and beverages. If you purchase three tickets for this event, the fourth is free!
Click the PayPal button below to purchase tickets for this event:

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Idiot Quinn plans on signing in to law banning all type of firearms that have a mag capisity larger then 12 rounds













CHICAGO – Illinois could ban assault weapons under a plan proposed Tuesday by Gov. Pat Quinn, but any gun control regulation would have to clear major hurdles even with a renewed nationwide debate.
The Chicago Democrat used his amendatory veto power to gut a bill related to ammunition sales and add language prohibiting the manufacture, delivery, sale and possession of semiautomatic assault weapons and attachments. Illinois lawmakers could accept or override the changes, or not call a vote at all.
The proposal – which specifically bans the AK-47, AR-15 and TEC-9 – was first reported by The Associated Press.
“It’s very clear that these particular weapons are not designed to do anything but to have human targets,” Quinn told reporters in Chicago.
The Colorado movie theater massacre has reignited debates about assault weapons and in recent days, a number of anti-violence advocates, including the Rev. Jesse Jackson, have called for similar action in Chicago.
Quinn recently signaled his support for a ban while noting the heroism shown by John Larimer, a 2003 Crystal Lake South High School graduate and a U.S. Navy seaman stationed in Aurora, Colo., who was killed in the theater attack.
A handful of states have assault weapons bans, including New Jersey and Massachusetts. A federal ban expired in 2004 and attempts to revive it have been unsuccessful.
While Illinois is the only state without a concealed carry law, an assault weapons ban would face strong opposition from the gun lobby – that is, if it’s called for a vote at all.
Quinn, who didn’t work with the sponsor of the original bill, has had little success with amendatory vetoes. And other gun control measures have failed in the General Assembly and Cook County’s assault weapons ban has undergone legal challenges. Earlier this year, the Illinois Supreme Court reversed lower-court rulings that found the ban constitutional, sending it back to trial court.
Quinn defended his tactic, saying the time for gun control is now. He cited the fatal shooting in Colorado and the 2008 shooting at Northern Illinois University that left five students dead.
The bill’s original sponsor, Republican state Sen. David Luechtefeld, called Quinn’s plan politics as usual. Luechtefeld accused Quinn of using the Colorado shooting to make headlines.

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