HISTORY CONTINUES TO BUILD FOR CONSTABLE QUINN'S CURSE.
Nine months after his election, Quinn was beat to death by an informant for Quinn’s supervisor, Captain Luther Nichols, a prominent leader of the Chicago Know Nothing party and Cyrus P. Bradley, the Cook County Sheriff, also a very visible Know Nothing.
How ironic and eerie is it that Constable Quinn, the City’s earliest known police officer who was killed in the line of duty in 1853, and whose sacrifice was shunned by the police brass of the time, has come back to haunt the police brass of today? Call it the curse of Constable Quinn.
From a poster who holds a good deal of research on Constable Quinn who was elected to the office of Constable in the city’s Ninth Ward in 1853, defeating the Know Nothing candidate by 22 votes.
Daley knows all about the Quinn case. So, it’s time to put the cards on the table…The gig is up. It’s time for anyone vying for Chicago’s top cop to start telling the truth about what went on behind the closed doors of the Executive Suites in police headquarters on the Quinn case.
Listen below for an excellent radio interview done in 2006.
WHAT HAPPENED TO KEEPING AN OPEN MIND, OPEN DOOR? WHY THE RECENT CLOSED DOOR MEETING AT POLICE HEADQUARTERS, ARE CURRENTLY IN QUESTION. THIS OCCURRED PRIOR TO THE NEW TOP COP INTERVIEWS BY MAYOR DALEY AND THEN HIS REOPENING FOR A NEW SEARCH FOR ANOTHER TOP COP.
THIS IS A TRUE HAUNTING OF CHICAGO'S POLITICAL LEGACY.
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