Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson on Saturday said he’s relieving the sergeant involved in the shooting death of a 19-year-old man of his police powers.
In a written statement emailed to the media, Johnson said he took the action because the department still has “many unanswered questions” about Wednesday night’s shooting in West Englewood.
The message here is don't shoot anybody. If you do, your job and personal liberty could be at risk. Better yet, don't carry any bullets.
The is all because the politicians have decided the police are expendable. It doesn't matter that the missing gun (being a high priced commodity in that neighborhood) may have been picked up by someone else. The decedent's prior felony arrest mean nothing either. There is now a presumption against the police.