UPDATE – 762 IS THE NUMBER TO BEAT FOR 2017 -CHICAGO BLACKS ARE NUMBER ONE ON THE “HIT” PARADE

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Chicago’s eponymous South and West Side have suffered another Christmas blood bath of gargantuan proportions.  Sixty wounded and eleven dead during the holiday. Although the year is not dead yet,  expect the number of murders to clock in at over 800. Well armed gangs roam the streets packing heat, exercising dominion over the hood. Rivals test their mettle. Innocents become victims of stray bullets often times they are no older than five. A better name for the South and West Sides are Butchers Alleys. Remember, Chicago was once known as the “Hog Butcher of the World.” Not many Hogs in the body count, but plenty of Beef. This doesn’t seem to bother the officials. To them, a dead Black is only a meaningless statistic. Why else would they stand by and do nothing?

“Hog butcher to the world – And they tell me you are crooked and I answer: Yes, it is true I have seen the gunman kill and go free to kill again.” Carl Sandberg had it right, Chicago is a town of killers. These aren’t the mafia types of lore, but the murderous thugs born of liberal profligacy where families don’t exist. The gang is the father and mother, they provide the love to the sworn killer whose thirst for blood has no end. Revenge is the fodder that feeds the blood lust. But don’t despair, the political crack heads yearn for more. Why else do they continue to condone gang violence?

Over Sixty shot, eleven killed. New records set by the hour.

Two girls, 13 and 14, were shot on the South Side as a violent Christmas weekend came to a close during one of the most violent years in Chicago in decades.

A total of 61 people were shot in the city during the holiday weekend and 11 of them died of their wounds, according to data kept by the Tribune. Seven people were killed on Christmas Day alone, more than on the holiday the past three years combined. Three people were killed in 2015, one in 2014, and two in 2013. Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said most of the weekend’s victims were targeted by gang members.

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