Monday, December 15, 2014

Update: Killing In Chicago:

This is sickening.
From the Chicago Sun Times:
Under a dark viaduct in Englewood, four muggers stood in front of 15-year-old identical twins Demario and Demacio Bailey.
As they patted down Demacio for valuables Saturday afternoon, Demario shouted, “Get off my brother, he doesn’t have anything!”
One of the muggers turned his attention to Demario’s coat: a navy blue Columbia winter jacket.
But Demario refused to give it up. His mother, a single parent who waitresses at a South Side restaurant, recently spent hundreds of dollars on her sons’ coats, according to their aunt and godmother, Sharron Lee.
So the mugger shot Demario, killing him, Lee said.
When his body was taken away, Demario’s mother wailed and shouted, “I want my baby back!”
Sunday afternoon, police said they’d caught one of the men who tore the inseparable brothers apart.
Carlos Johnson, 17, of the 6100 block of South Martin Luther King Drive was charged as an adult with murder, robbery and attempted robbery. Johnson, who was also charged with another robbery that occurred shortly before Demario was killed, was ordered held without bail Monday in Cook County court. Prosecutors said at the bond hearing that they did not believe at this time he was the shooter in the murder
Apparently, the cops caught the other thugs.
The death penalty isn't good enough for these thugs.

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