Sunday, August 5, 2007


This is a typical domestic call with a tragic ending but whose fault is it really? A family member calls police for assistance because one of their family members are completely out of control. We respond, the offender then puts up a fight and a struggle, we need to subdue for every one's safety and in the end. The caller this time being mom, which it often is. Now wants to turn the tables back and find fault with the police for the end result.

Day in day out, if these individuals can't control their own and they need the police to rush to their homes to aid them. Do they really think, the offending party isn't going to go off even further by turning the attack onto the officer's, just to avoid going to jail. Their out of control and that's why the police were called in the first place. Not everyone, who has freely chosen to be stoned out of their minds can be talked down. This is a nonsense story, tragic? Yes, but a reality none the less and mom knows very well, she lost all control of her grown 42-year-old son years ago. We try avoiding cursing on the blog as well but sometimes you jut have to say,
"Damned If You Do and Damned If You don't!"
This lawsuit and we know its coming, SHOULD NOT BE PAID OUT!

"Chicago Police executed my son in cold blood," Johnson's mother, Lula Johnson, said through tears. This police action was not in cold blood! Next in line to holler may very well be? You guessed, Sharpton.

Police said they responded to a call from Johnson's mother around 1:30 p.m. Saturday, and that officers tried to arrest Johnson because he had allegedly damaged property at the home and was using drugs. Why were the police called, Suntimes?

Johnson "became really combative with police and actually struck out at police," Assistant Deputy Supt. Dean Andrews said. "Police were unable to calm him down." Even after being tased he, "pulled the Taser prongs from his body ... and lunged at police again."

Then there is this story:
Homicide, Rainbow Park and Beach, in the 2800 block of East 76th Street. Chicago, IL.

An 18-year-old man was found fatally shot this morning at a Southeast Side beach, Chicago police said, the Police found him lying on the beach the death is a homicide investigation. We have not been to this beach as an outing, since our early teen years and this story tells why.

He was shot in the head behind an ear.

Cut and paste for story:,1,2776647.story