Protesters continue to block streets in Chicago over corrupt case of Laquan McDonald

Today I heard on the news reports for traffic that protestors continue to block Chicago streets, and espcially the shops on North Michigan Avenue, over the heinous shooting of a 17 year old child.

And in the wake of that cover up, we see another 13 videos that need to be released:

and we also see hundreds of protestors at the Board of Trade Building:

and protestors here:

States attorneys say the videos may prejudice the jury, but it does not seem that’s all they are worried about.  Videos are often dereguier during bond hearings, and they come out at that time in a public space.  Why, then, the need to suppress them when it might lead to more eye witnesses at the scene who can explain what they saw when a Chicago citizen, apparently unarmed, is gunned down by Chicago Police.

But what everyone needs to know, from Father Pfledger to Jessee Jackson, Jr, the leader of many protests, is that it is not just IDPR or the Internal Department of Police Review which is corrupted.  We have string of people covering up and refusing to prosecute corruption in derogation of their official duties from Lisa Madigan’s offices, who have refused to investigate the Mary G Sykes case and who wrote me a letter saying her offices “don’t do” court corruption to the same from Anita Alvarez (heavily implicated in the L. MacDonald cover up) to Diane Saltoun, the inspector general who must investigate thefts from the state, in this case, the millions due in tax liability to both the feds and to a lesser extent the State of Illinois.

Why it is that the State of Illinois is broke and cannot pay its debts, to the Federal Government which allows 20% of all children to live in the US in abject poverty, and no one collects the crimes that are 100% taxable, is unknown at this time.

Corruption affects us all, and for certain, with Jerome Larkin, head of the Atty Regn and Disc. Comm. forcing lawyers such as myself, Ken Ditkowsky and Lanre Amu to shut up on all corruption, never disclose it to the public, (despite the fact the GAO –US govt accounting office–writes entire booklets on it, and Chicago Crain’s Business confirms problems with sitting judges), lawyers are to keep all crimes, all strings of felonies covered up until others publish about them.

It is corruption and coverups like this, a code of silence amoung the cops, politicians and lawyers in Chicago that have directly led to the cover up of dash cam police videos, and the deaths of teens in Chicago for merely having the wrong skin color.

Insidious racism and discrimination must end.  LaQuan MacDonald is now dead for being a black teen.  Mary G Sykes was narcotized to death by the guardian and nursing home staff (the nursing home doctor would not even sign the death certificate, it had to be signed by a doctor that had no seen Mary G Sykes for years) because she was too old at age 95 so her estate had to be fleeced and the crimes covered up by the court and the ARDC.

The current Pope has made it clear that deaths of the very young and very old will not be tolerated because this is clearly immoral and unethical, yet Chicago covers it all up.

Write to the Mayor’s offices and let him know it is not accpetible to kill off the very young and the very old.  Their lives matter.

Mary G Sykes needs a tox screen and autopsy.  Her death and the loss of 90% of her assets needs to have an honest investigation.  The ARDC has to be investigation in all of this.

The Mayor admitted investigations have to go further than the police department, and that is true.  Where are the lawyers and judges in  all of this unethical and immoral conduct?  Why does the Mayor and the Illinois Supreme Court let the ARDC discipline lawyers for speaking up and speaking out that corruption is wrong and unethical and immoral?  Why can’t we get investigations into deaths all over the place by corrupt officials, incluiding the police and the court system?

At some point, the FBI has to acknowledge and investigate the police, the lawyers and the judges.  They are all guilty of hundreds of deaths per year, and a typical Chicago investigation just covers everything up.

We must return to a free, open and democratic society.  No more cover ups.  Lawyers that protest and disclose must be declared protected Whistleblowers.



3 thoughts on “Protesters continue to block streets in Chicago over corrupt case of Laquan McDonald

    • Thanks. The corruption in Chicago is all over and I think it is reaching a boil over point. I understand Dorothy Brown, our Circuit Clerk of Court is on the way out and the Dems removed her from the slate. They have not removed the mayor yet, but we shall see. I hope you are doing well

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