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Guns are not the problem...democrat party judges and prosecutors letting gun criminals out of jail is the problem...Chicago, again.

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5 time convicted felon, on ankle monitoring...shoots his cousin ............

Do not tell us that normal gun owners are a problem.....the individuals doing the gun crime are repeat offenders released....over and over again by democrat party judges and prosecutors......and democrat party politicians who pass these insane laws........laws that allow violent gun criminals, repeat offenders, to walk out of jail and prison over and over again...

Did you know that in Chicago, someone who escapes their ankle monitor isn't in trouble until they are gone 48 hours?

Authorities say a five-time convicted felon killed his own cousin on Monday evening and then fled from the home where he was supposed to stay on electronic monitoring for a pending felony case. They charged him with murder, but a prosecutor said that the state can’t charge him with escape because Illinois’ new criminal justice reform law decriminalized electronic monitoring violations of less than 48 hours.

Frederick Smith, 37, is — coincidentally — the 48th person accused of killing, trying to kill, or shooting someone in Chicago this year while awaiting trial for a felony.




He was also charged with murder in 2003...but that was plead down to involuntary manslaughter.......

Smith is charged with first-degree murder. He posted a $6,000 cash bond to get out of jail on electronic monitoring after he was charged with having nearly $6,000 worth of heroin, a scale, and $3,482 cash in his car during a traffic stop in November.

“We’re not charging the defendant with escape [from electronic monitoring] due to the change in the law in July,” Murphy told Judge Barbara Dawkins. “Even though there is video and [police surveillance] videos that show the defendant fleeing in an Alfa Romeo. That was less than 48 hours.”

Smith was charged with murder in 2003, but he was convicted of a lesser charge of involuntary manslaughter and received a 12-year sentence. Since then, he was convicted of delivery of cocaine in 2009, aggravated unlawful restraint while armed in 2010, delivery of heroin in 2016, and fleeing and eluding in 2017, Murphy said.
 

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5 time convicted felon, on ankle monitoring...shoots his cousin ............

Do not tell us that normal gun owners are a problem.....the individuals doing the gun crime are repeat offenders released....over and over again by democrat party judges and prosecutors......and democrat party politicians who pass these insane laws........laws that allow violent gun criminals, repeat offenders, to walk out of jail and prison over and over again...

Did you know that in Chicago, someone who escapes their ankle monitor isn't in trouble until they are gone 48 hours?

Authorities say a five-time convicted felon killed his own cousin on Monday evening and then fled from the home where he was supposed to stay on electronic monitoring for a pending felony case. They charged him with murder, but a prosecutor said that the state can’t charge him with escape because Illinois’ new criminal justice reform law decriminalized electronic monitoring violations of less than 48 hours.

Frederick Smith, 37, is — coincidentally — the 48th person accused of killing, trying to kill, or shooting someone in Chicago this year while awaiting trial for a felony.




He was also charged with murder in 2003...but that was plead down to involuntary manslaughter.......

Smith is charged with first-degree murder. He posted a $6,000 cash bond to get out of jail on electronic monitoring after he was charged with having nearly $6,000 worth of heroin, a scale, and $3,482 cash in his car during a traffic stop in November.

“We’re not charging the defendant with escape [from electronic monitoring] due to the change in the law in July,” Murphy told Judge Barbara Dawkins. “Even though there is video and [police surveillance] videos that show the defendant fleeing in an Alfa Romeo. That was less than 48 hours.”

Smith was charged with murder in 2003, but he was convicted of a lesser charge of involuntary manslaughter and received a 12-year sentence. Since then, he was convicted of delivery of cocaine in 2009, aggravated unlawful restraint while armed in 2010, delivery of heroin in 2016, and fleeing and eluding in 2017, Murphy said.
No, guns are the biggest part of the problem.
 

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No, guns are the biggest part of the problem.

Perfect reply that encapsulates the full depth of thought of the gun control supporter.
 

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5 time convicted felon, on ankle monitoring...shoots his cousin ............

Do not tell us that normal gun owners are a problem.....the individuals doing the gun crime are repeat offenders released....over and over again by democrat party judges and prosecutors......and democrat party politicians who pass these insane laws........laws that allow violent gun criminals, repeat offenders, to walk out of jail and prison over and over again...

Did you know that in Chicago, someone who escapes their ankle monitor isn't in trouble until they are gone 48 hours?

Authorities say a five-time convicted felon killed his own cousin on Monday evening and then fled from the home where he was supposed to stay on electronic monitoring for a pending felony case. They charged him with murder, but a prosecutor said that the state can’t charge him with escape because Illinois’ new criminal justice reform law decriminalized electronic monitoring violations of less than 48 hours.

Frederick Smith, 37, is — coincidentally — the 48th person accused of killing, trying to kill, or shooting someone in Chicago this year while awaiting trial for a felony.




He was also charged with murder in 2003...but that was plead down to involuntary manslaughter.......

Smith is charged with first-degree murder. He posted a $6,000 cash bond to get out of jail on electronic monitoring after he was charged with having nearly $6,000 worth of heroin, a scale, and $3,482 cash in his car during a traffic stop in November.

“We’re not charging the defendant with escape [from electronic monitoring] due to the change in the law in July,” Murphy told Judge Barbara Dawkins. “Even though there is video and [police surveillance] videos that show the defendant fleeing in an Alfa Romeo. That was less than 48 hours.”

Smith was charged with murder in 2003, but he was convicted of a lesser charge of involuntary manslaughter and received a 12-year sentence. Since then, he was convicted of delivery of cocaine in 2009, aggravated unlawful restraint while armed in 2010, delivery of heroin in 2016, and fleeing and eluding in 2017, Murphy said.

I am 84, so ...

But you younger people had better just get used to the emerging new America.

In a few decades, this nation will be Chicago writ large.
 

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Less fatalities without guns.


More, actually......Americans use their legal guns 1.2 million times a year to stop rapes, robberies, and murders, and don't forget the stabbings and beatings stopped as well.......The centers for disease control found that number in their research...

So take those 1.2 million guns away from normal people and you have a lot more dead good people......you idiot.
 

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More, actually......Americans use their legal guns 1.2 million times a year to stop rapes, robberies, and murders, and don't forget the stabbings and beatings stopped as well.......The centers for disease control found that number in their research...

So take those 1.2 million guns away from normal people and you have a lot more dead good people......you idiot.
Fake, made up, bullshit, statistics are not reality.
 

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Less fatalities without guns.
Probably more, most criminals never go to the range to practice, so they are very inaccurate. They would be more lethal with edged weapons. Now I’ll admit that the number of accidental shootings of Innocent bystanders would drop, but that would be a benefit.
 

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Less fatalities without guns.
Probably more, most criminals never go to the range to practice, so they are very inaccurate. They would be more lethal with edged weapons. Now I’ll admit that the number of accidental shootings of Innocent bystanders would drop, but that would be a benefit
Babbling nonsense doesn't help your case.
its not nonsense, Mexico has very nearly a ban on guns. You can only legally buy a gun in ONE store in the entire country. And civilians are banned from owning almost all types of guns larger than .22 caliber or shotguns.
 

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