Skip to comments.Former Chicago mayor's nephew charged with killing a man in a bar fight
Posted on 01/01/2013 12:11:05 PM PST by TurboZamboni
The nephew of former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley was indicted Monday for involuntary manslaughter in the 2004 death of a 21-year-old man outside a Chicago bar, and a grand jury is continuing its inquiry into whether authorities covered up or impeded an investigation of a relative of the city's most powerful man. Richard Vanecko, 38, was indicted by a Cook County special grand jury in the death of David Koschman of Mount Prospect. Koschman died days after he fell and struck his head during a fight with Vanecko outside a bar in Chicago's Gold Coast neighborhood.
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What....a cover up? in Chicago? NO WAY....Daley wouldn’t stoop this low.
The Kennedy family gene must have got loose in the Daley family, no surprise.
I was just reading some interesting “facts” about Chicago in 2012.
The murder rate, as we all know, is at an all-time high.
But that number is skewed because medical assistance has been so incredible at saving lives.
The real number we should look at is the number of aggravated assaults. This number tells you more about homocide attempts than the actual death count.
Chicago 2012 aggravated assaults —— 10,000
Liberal utopia indeed.
Do you have a link to the article you were reading or did you pull the facts and make the connections yourself?
And there were fifty witnesses...
Nine years ago. That’s some swift justice, Chicago-style.
Apparently Rahm refused to cover-up for the ape-like family members of 42-Short!
Jury’s doing what?!? Authorities may have impeded what?!? ;’) Thanks TurboZamboni.
Not sure what you mean but the "small man" was the one who died.
and we are still waiting nearly 15 years for justice!
Ahhh . . . ya think?
eight years anyway!
Sam Colt made them equal but the politicians intervened.
that just means more bribes and threats needed than usual.
The data takes some digging. The source is the Wall Street Journal article, but you have to be subscribed to read it. I will also link to another article that talks about the WSJ article.
Thanks! Very interesting.
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