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Despite Chicago Police Chief Demand For Accountability, First Looter Goes Free On $500 Bond

Despite Chicago Police Chief Demand For Accountability, First Looter Goes Free On $500 Bond
A pedestrian looks at the broken window of a Burberry store following looting on Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., on Monday, Aug. 10, 2020. Chicago police arrested more than 100 people for looting, disorderly conduct and battery against officers, among other charges, as crowds of people descended upon the city's downtown overnight, Superintendent David Brown said during a press conference Monday. Photographer: Christopher Dilts/Bloomberg via Getty

Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown unloaded on reporters Monday, the Daily Wire reported, blasting the Cook County State’s Attorney, Kim Foxx, and others responsible for handling criminal matters for failing to ensure looters and rioters, arrested in the first round of incidents in May, faced consequences.
Despite his pleas, the first of Sunday’s looters, arraigned Tuesday, was required to post just a $500 bond, despite allegedly breaking into the windows of the Burberry boutique and reportedly assaulting a Chicago police officer with a brick, per CWB Chicago.
Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown unloaded on reporters Monday, the Daily Wire reported, blasting the Cook County State’s Attorney, Kim Foxx, and others responsible for handling criminal matters for failing to ensure looters and rioters, arrested in the first round of incidents in May, faced consequences.
Despite his pleas, the first of Sunday’s looters, arraigned Tuesday, was required to post just a $500 bond, despite allegedly breaking into the windows of the Burberry boutique and reportedly assaulting a Chicago police officer with a brick, per CWB Chicago.

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