Saturday Night in Chicago, a brutal and chaotic scene is captured on video of people being dragged out of their cars and shot to death, resembling something Americans would have only seen unfold in third world countries in the past.
“This happened in Humboldt Park Chicago last night. The couple was pulled out of their car and shot. He died, she is in critical condition. At least 21 people were shot in Chicago overnight, with three people have died from their injuries,” one reporter wrote.
Chicago has been a troubled city for a long time; however, under leftist Community Organizer and mayor’s leadership, Democrat Lori Lightfoot has appeared to have created a perfect atmosphere for wanton murder with her push for lax law and order.
One citizen reporter found footage that adds suspicion to the event, where earlier in the day, a parade had been held for Puerto Rico, a Black truck is seen holding numerous people who are waving Puerto Rican flags, a horn is being pushed on, and people are heard chatting loudly:
Lori sighting at the PR parade yesterday. pic.twitter.com/KiMHH629tZ
— 16th & 17th District Chicago Police Scanner (@CPD1617Scanner) June 20, 2021
One resident of Chicago posted on Twitter:
“Why isn’t Lori Lightfoot arrested and thrown in prison for dereliction of duties? She’s a disgusting, inept POS who can care less about the ppl of Chicago! Quit voting this “thing” into our government! How much more are you willing to accept from this low life? Open your eyes!!!
In the video of the murder is seen people we are told have been pulled out of a similar-looking black truck, from the video above of people honking, with what appears to be a flag of Puerto Rico and two people lying stillness on the ground after being shot. Blood pools around the head of the female-looking body, and a man collapsed on top of her. Numerous people are scurrying around the scene. One man in a white shirt comes from behind the truck to look at the bodies and leaves.
This happened in Humboldt Park Chicago last night. Couple was pulled out of their car and shot. He died, she is in critical condition.
At least 21 people were shot in Chicago overnight, with three people having died from their injuries. pic.twitter.com/5wtmWGOIoq
— Anthea (@Anthea06274890) June 20, 2021
“Man killed, woman critically injured in shooting in Humboldt Park: police. About 9:15 p.m., the man and woman, 24 and 25, were in the 3200 block of West Division Street, when they were attacked by up to three males who fired shots at them. At least five evidence markers could be seen in the street next to a black SUV. Neighbors peered down a usually busy Division Street to get a look at the investigation, some even stopping to ask what happened.”
Social media is full of stories of other shootings in the same neighborhood over the past months, in the very troubled area.
55 years ago today, a pair of Chicago cops were routinely patrolling the Humboldt Park neighborhood, unaware that they would soon set off a clash that would prove pivotal to Chicago and U.S. history. https://t.co/qAshcwtcRw
— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) June 12, 2021
The news of the murder scene comes on the same day as a crime report comes in of a woman who was fatally stabbed in downtown Chicago, so the violence is not contained to one community.
Local Chicago news reported:
“Woman fatally stabbed on a street corner near Willis Tower on Saturday afternoon. She’s profiled online as a criminal justice doctoral candidate on the East Coast.”
Loop: Woman fatally stabbed on street corner near Willis Tower on Saturday afternoon. She’s profiled online as a criminal justice doctoral candidate on the East Coast.https://t.co/zXTFCgEkGZ
— CWBChicago (@CWBChicago) June 20, 2021
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Author: Kari Donovan
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