Skip to comments.Homicide case involving Daley nephew closed without charges( It's Still Good to Be King)
Posted on 03/06/2011 9:46:55 AM PST by STD
Homicide case involving Daley nephew closed without charges
BY TIM NOVAK, CHRIS FUSCO, FRAN SPIELMAN AND CAROL MARIN
Last Modified: Mar 5, 2011 02:04AM
For the first time, the Chicago Police said Friday they know who hit David Koschman and knocked him to the ground in a drunken confrontation in the Rush Street area, leading to his death from a brain injury 11 days later but theyre not telling.
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Actually, you can't read about it without coming to that conclusion as well.
Another democrat party hack gets away with murder.
Ted Kennedy is smiling down in hell.
Corrupt Chicago Police strike again. Got to protect the Daley dynasty.
Chicago Police Officer Mike Shields will be the new president of Chicagos Fraternal Order of Police, he is currently a trustee of the police officers pension fund. In a recent controversial decision, Shields joined three other board members in voting to allow disgraced former Chicago Police Cmdr. Jon Burge to collect his pension.
Burge was sentenced to 4 1/2 years in prison for lying about the torture and abuse of criminal suspects decades earlier.
Yea,well if you think Old Teddy got away with murder-consider his current position/condition.
Hi er, ah, this is er,ah, Ted Kennedy bringing you the er, ah, weather report from er,ah, Hell.
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One group of drunks passes another group of drunks on Rush Street, and a hot headed drunken little guy deliberately slams into a guy in Daley’s nephew’s group, knocking his glasses off. Angry words are exchanged and one punch is thrown. Little guy falls down, hits his head on the curb and later dies. By all accounts, the little guy started it, escalated the confrontation and refused to end it and walk away. Everybody in the Daley group is put in a lineup, including the Daley nephew- who has recently shaved his head. No one in the dead kid’s posse can identify Daley’s nephew or any of the other guys as the one who threw the punch. So what are the cops or States Attorney supposed to do? Arrest the Daley nephew on a charge they have almost no chance of proving. Come on. Everybody was drunk. The little guy started it. Only a single punch was thrown and the guy died from hitting his head on the curb.
Gee the homicide of Donald Young, boyfriend of Obama, a case from way back in 2007, hasn’t been “solved” either. It IS good to be KING! Why you can hide almost any crime(usurping) if you are king.
Don’t forget to google “TODD CHRISTIE, NJ”.
It’s also good to be DA in the state of NJ.
Apparently Obama wants emulate the Klintons...
The case files are now missing from the Cook County states attorneys office, which Daley used to run, and which was run by his longtime friend Dick Devine at the time of incident.
The states attorneys office wont identify the prosecutor who recommended not filing charges in the case.
Definitely two Americas, one for politicians and one for the rest of us.
Now, a witness to the incident has come forward after the Sun-Times ran the first part of their story Monday to say that the prosecutors’ contention Koschman was the aggressor was “a flat-out lie.” Michael Connolly was previously interviewed by the Police Department in the case. He said he and a friend were near the scene of the altercation on Division Street.
“They declined charges, but they can’t find the file?” Richard said Kling, a criminal defense attorney and college law professor. “I’ve been doing this for 39 years, literally thousands of cases. I’ve never seen a felony-review file missing. Ever. Never heard of one.”
“There’s certainly some red flags,” Kling said. “Like not investigating the case earlier, a missing felony-review file, transferring the case from one area to another and not having lineups until a month later.”
Good link. Thanks. Added it to the dead pool file.
What you do is PROSECUTE ALL OF THEM.
If you are on the witness list or related to any of these guys you probably shouldn't post on this thread.
The little guy did start the fight. He deliberately bumped into another guy knocking his glasses off.
An accident at worst.
Didn’t Mayor Richie himself get past an assault and battery charge many years ago? IN New Buffalo, Michigan?
The Watchdogs: City Hall hired 139 ex-cons in two years
By FRANK MAIN
Staff Reporter / email@example.com
Last Modified: Mar 7, 2011 02:06AM
One of them smuggled cocaine from Jamaica about a decade ago. Another was a carjacker. A third was convicted in the shooting of two Chicago cops in the 1970s, hitting one of them in the face.
They are among 139 people who got hired by the City of Chicago over the past two years despite having been convicted of crimes. Thats according to a list of all of the citys hires of ex-cons in 2009 and 2010 obtained by the Chicago Sun-Times under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act.
Mayor Daley has said ex-offenders deserve a second chance and has made that his policy at City Hall.
Those hired under that policy include one person convicted of a crime whod been on the clout list that was made public during the trial of Daleys former patronage chief, Robert Sorich. Sorich went to prison after being convicted in federal court in 2006 of overseeing an illegal hiring scheme that gave city jobs and promotions to people with clout.