Fox News analysts said Monday'smassive parade shootingwas outside Windy City, where a brother was shot dead in Chicago last month. He told the post that it was another example made in. The "soft against crime" policy didn't work.
Giano Codewell is relieved by the unsolved murder of his 18-year-old brother, Christian Beamon, who was killed by a shooter on June 24,. He said he was trying to rob him. On a beach in South Florida on Monday when he learned about the country's latest genocide.
"The" police defense "mantra has become a sickness that spreads from the city center to the suburbs," Coldwell said in a post-of-Monday blood bath on Monday, about 25 miles north. He spoke at the Independence Day parade at Land Park. Chicago.
"The idea of funding the police and redistributing them is the idea that criminals are accepting it, that is, the police can't touch me," Caldwell said. Well said. "[Police officers] have difficulty working, so [police officers] should not be afraid of [police officers]."
A resident of Chicago where Coldwell, 35, grew up. He said it was no longer safe to just go out.
"Chicago people are now afraid to do their daily activities," said a television analyst. "It means going to work, going to school, going to a grocery store. Individuals don't know if their number will be called next and be shot and killed. "Hmm."
The terrible optics of the Holiday Parade are no longer safe for the general public and should drive the transformation of the wealthy outlying Highland Park, Coldwell said.
"These people will demand changes soon," he said of the wealthy locals on the outskirts of Chicago. "This is where Illinois billionaires and millionaires live. If they can't feel safe in the parade, the next election will be brutal. They're against these crimes. The soft policy needs to be overturned. "
Police officers were still looking for a parade gunman on Monday. Authorities urged residents of high-end suburbs to evacuate as Manhunt continued.
"Highland Park is a really great area," Caldwell said. "It's one of those elite suburbs."
Caldwell In the U.S. shootings, which claimed that the "Soft On Climb" policy affected the frequency of shootings,308 cases have been aggregated by the Gun Violence Archive so far this year. .. Nonprofits define that at least four people have been shot or killed, with the exception of shooters.
"It enabled that kind of action," Caldwell said of his generous law enforcement policy.
Meanwhile, Caldwell told Post that Beamon's funeral will take place on Saturday outside Chicago.
"To be honest, I don't even know what I'm trying to say now," Caldwell said on Monday.