Wednesday, March 16, 2016

More Chicago Crime Punishments

Three Chicago police officers shot by a drug dealing gang-banger.
Harris' criminal history includes 43 arrests going back to at least 2004, including five felony and two misdemeanor convictions, according to police and court records. His most recent felony conviction was in January 2012 for aggravated unlawful use of a weapon and resisting a peace officer causing injury. Records show he was sentenced to four years in prison in that case.
Just another 'good boy' murdered by the police, right?  That's the missive we're being fed.

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1 comment:

Archer said...

43 arrests, five felony convictions, and two misdemeanor convictions? In 12 years? It amounts to being arrested, on average, every three months or so, not counting the 5+ years he should have served for the convictions (so really, an arrest every four to six weeks while he's out). How the flaming Hell was he allowed to roam the streets?

Why is it that I think that if you or I were convicted of "aggravated unlawful use of a weapon" -- and nothing else -- we'd get a LOT more than four years. (We'd probably still be in prison from a 2004 conviction.)

That's the point, isn't it? Severely punish peaceable gun owners for minor infractions, and let the violent, dangerous felons go free to commit more crimes.