On Monday in Chicago, protests in the duel broke out due to the case of Jussy Smolletta – with hundreds of protesters, including malicious police and public activists. "Fox must go!" – screamed the members of the city Fraternal police order that were present.
"Racists have to go!", – activists say. The Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, gathered outside the Foxx office, on Monday after FOP members announced they would protest.
"Again, we will make Crook Kaunte – Great Kim Fox in jail," read a single sign that was detained by a retired officer of the PP
"If the police do not do their job, they release them, but [Foxx] did not perform her job, and nothing happens to her, "said Lirnachan of Chicago's San Thames.
called for a federal investigation into Foxx and her decision to refuse to charge the actor "Empire," arguing that she might have violated the law when she tried to remove the case from the Chicago police.
"Someone should say Kim Fox's public prosecutor, not a public defender," said Peter Garza, retired.
Foxx adherents accused the FOP of using Smollett's situation in order to start a shammy campaign against her.
"The attack on Kim Fox is not" about Yussi, "said Fr. Michael Pfleger, pastor of the church of St. "This is an excuse to eliminate strong black women."
Nubia Ptah, who was also on Team Foxx, agreed ̵
should go, "said The Father for The Sun-Times. "Kim Fox does not go nowhere to work tomorrow.
Many activists picked up the shooting of LaQuan McDonald 2014, which involved a policeman who was later convicted for murder – killing a 17-year-old man. ] "Sixteen shots and cover", – chanted the demonstrators.
"This is false justice," – threw the Co-Chairs of CARARRF Frank Chapman in response to the outrage of the FOP.
each of them called a demonstration to protect or promote justice for Lacan McDonald, – he said for Chicago Tribune. himself and the submission of a fake police report. Last week prosecutions were taken off by public prosecutors in exchange for public works and the confiscation of Smollett's $ 10,000.
Foxx, only a month ago, abandoned the case through a conversation with one of the relatives of Smolletta, received its number from a democratic fundraising , led by former First Lady Michelle Obama. She denied participation in the decision to refuse the prosecution in Smollette.
Police officials at the same time have repeatedly stated that Smollett is still guilty of committing a fake crime of hatred against herself. Eddie Johnson, the CPC commander, has doubled on this position in his speech over the weekend.
"As clearly said the state prosecutor, Mr. Smollett was not released," Johnson said. "I stand for the professionalism of detectives who worked on this incident, as well as the conclusions of an independent major jury."
With post wires