And the congregation continues when it comes to Chicago's Chief Prosecutor, Kim Fox.
A group of Chicago border police chiefs now joined the challenge of the Chicago Police Union, demanding the resignation of Foxx in dealing with the processing of the case of Y. Smolletta.
After Smollett's claims were a victim of a racist, homophobic attack during the middle of the night on the subway, were deceived by law enforcement agencies in Chicago, an actor of the empire was hit with a multitude of charges. Smollett argued that he was telling the truth, and all the charges had been dismissed by Foxx in exchange for public works and the confiscation of Smollett's $ 1
more than 30 police departments. Duane Mellema, chairman of the group, said that voting for distrust taken on Tuesday was unanimous, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
According to Sun-Times:
In a letter sent to Foxx, Mellema, who is the police chief at Park Ridge, has expressed concern over the refusal of prosecutors to prosecute crimes in certain crimes. He said that the case of Smollett, "metaphorically, is a straw that has broken the camel's back."
"Abrupt resetting of 16 indictments against the actor" Empire "by Judy Smollett during an extraordinary court session on March 26, 2019. The last and most striking example is the failure of you and your employees to take responsibility for the offenders," says Mellam in a letter.
Despite The fact that these bosses would seem to be all in their feelings about Fox, District Court counsel Cook said
"I was elected by the Cook County people to ensure community security, prevent harm and uphold the values of justice and justice." I write I know my experience with this and I plan to do it by the end of my term and if people so want in the future, "Foxx said in a statement, according to WGN 9.
In addition, the lack of votes of African Americans in the last call to the head Fox was not lost on many. Pay attention to something or someone not depicted below from a press conference by police chiefs
In a WGN 9 statement, Sean Howard, a spokesman for some city police units, called the press conference "nothing less than a political trick."
"To assume that the African-American police chiefs agree with this allegedly unrecognized. groundless and without merit, "Howard said.