Sunday, September 27, 2009

Video: Just Another Day After School In Chicago


Anonymous said...

Fucking Animals I live in Chicago my Co worker was pinned by a machine and while he laid there they beat kicked and tried to stab him.Then Robbed him while he lay there knocked out!Thanks Holger

Henry Bowman said...
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Henry Bowman said...

You are absolutely correct Holger. This is a typical occurrence after school in the Chicago Public School system at almost all high schools. Believe me after living in Chicago for more than 50 years it was great to move out west. The seriously undermanned and outgunned Chicago Police Department cannot handle all the calls for service. The Chicago Political Machine (dem) could not care less about the violence as long as they keep electing their machine lackeys. All this happens everyday while the great mayor of the city is in Copenhagen whoring for the 2016 Olympics. The peasants will get the circus (which they cannot afford)while the city crumbles and the taxpayers are fleeing.

Don't even get me started on the Chicago Machine hack who is now sitting in the White House. By the way in Chicago, DC is now known as the 51st Ward.

Sorry for the rant Holger, but for me it is a long time coming.

God Save the United States......

I deleted the second comment because after posting it, I must have been very angry because I did not proof read it. The typing mistakes were terrible.

RexRedbone said...

Thanks again Holger this was the main topic today on the radio

Eugene Riley, 18 (left), and Silvonus Shannon, 19 (right), were both charged with murder on Monday, Sept, 28, 2009, in the beating death of Derrion Albert, 16. A third teen -- Eric Carson, 16 -- was also charged in the case, as an adult.
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Derrion Albert, 16, was beaten to death on Sept. 24, 2009, during a brawl the Agape Community Center at 342 W. 111th St.
Chicago Sun-Times


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Video May Help Cops Arrest Slain Teen's Attackers
Three Chicago teenagers were ordered held without bond Monday afternoon for the vicious beating death of 16-year-old Fenger High School honors student Derrion Albert.

Silvonus Shannon, 19; Eric Carson, 16; and Eugene Riley, 18, kicked and punched Derrion, an innocent bystander in a fight between two groups of students near the South Side school Thursday afternoon, Cook County prosecutors said. Shannon, Carson and Riley were each charged with first-degree murder.

The assault, which was captured on videotape, was not gang-related but arose from a disagreement between students who live in Altgeld Gardens and another group who live in an area known as the "Ville," according to Assistant Cook County State's Attorney Jodi Peterson.

"It was a brutal and violent attack in which the victim was merely a bystander," Peterson said.

Earlier Thursday morning, the fight between the two factions led to a shooting outside the school, Peterson said.That led to a brawl near the school after classes finished shortly before 3 p.m.

Albert had been standing near the fighting at 343 W. 111th Street when Carson and an unknown offender from the "Ville" approached him, Peterson said. Carson struck Albert in the head with a long wooden wooden plank and the unknown offender punched him in the face, knocking Albert unconscious, Peterson said.

When Albert gained consciousness, he moved a few feet away from the mob and tried getting up. But he was attacked again. Soon, a group of five from the Altgeld Gardens faction descended upon Albert. He was struck again with a wooden board wielded by Riley as Shannon stomped on his head repeatedly, Peterson said.

The video, shot by a witness, allegedly shows all three striking, punching and stomping Albert in the head.

Shannon, a Fenger student, and Riley both gave videotaped confessions to their roles in the beating, Peterson said.

Shannon has a job as a landscaper. Riley, a high school graduate, works part-time at a health care facility and auto repair shop. The pair do not have criminal backgrounds.

Carson, a Fenger junior, is currently serving a two-year probation for a July 2008 robbery.

CBS 2's Don Schwenneker reports that as the school day began at Fenger High School on Monday, one of the school's young students was noticeably absent. And some kids there think Albert won't be the last to get hurt by suspected gang violence.

Students began the day remembering one of their own. Even as the students quietly returned to class amid beefed up security, there's still anger in the neighborhood over the murder of a 16-year-old boy.

One local pastor's reaction to the violence is "outrage."