Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell's teenage brother killed in Chicago on Friday in a wave of crime hitting progressive cities across the country it was done.
"Yesterday was the worst day of my existence," Caldwell posted on Twitteron Saturday.
"I received a phone call that my teenage brother was murdered on the south side of Chicago. I couldn't imagine his brother's life being taken from him," he said in his graduation outfit. I wrote it with a picture of my smiling brother.
According to local reports,18-year-old Christian Caldwell was shot dead and two others injured after a shooting at Morgan Park early Friday morning.
About 50 cartridge cases were found on the scene, and bullets passed through the windows of a nearby house, CBS reported.
According to police, the suspect escaped from the scene in a black van. No arrests have been made.
Older Caldwell, 36,told Fox News on Saturdayhe wanted justice.
"What I'm looking for right now is the police I found out who killed my brother. [M] y's brother had no chance, "he said.
"I don't want to see justice or violence on the streets against those who killed my brother, but I hope they are brought to justice," he added. ..
Crime in Chicago — The Democratic Mayor Lori Lightfootonce sought police defense before backtracking — 2022 Has surged 34%,the latest number from the Chicago Police Department.
Violent crimes such as murder, sexual assault, assault and robbery have increased by 10% compared to 2021, according to this year's statistics.
Similar trends are seen in other blue cities across the country.
Violent crimes increased by almost 9% in Los Angeles, 12% in Washington, DC, and disturbing 25.8% in New York City, according to statistics.
Within a week of his brother's deadly shooting, Caldwell on Twitter exchanged tearful text messages they shared. I shared it. Happy father's day.
"Happy Father's Day, brother, what are you not? Even a physical child, I've always seen you as the closest thing to your father, "Teen sent a text message. "You have taught me a lot, and for that I am forever grateful and proud of what you have done."
My brother Caldwell In a tweet on June 19th, "My brother has never met his father and has done such a devastating blow. He told God that he chose me as his brother / father. I am grateful. "