Wednesday, January 14, 2015

PRIVACY REQUESTED: Per Rahm, No Charges To Be Filed In Son's Robbery

Seems suspicious.
It would have helped if Zach Emanuel hadn't talked to the cops first.

Despite mainstream media reports of progress in the case, no charges will be filed against the muggers who choke-holded, pushed down, beat, and chipped-the-tooth-of Rahm Emanuel's son the night before the mayoral family flew off on a pre-Christmas Chilean vacation, CWB can report.

The case will not be pursued because the juvenile victim's parent(s)—Rahm Emanuel and wife Amy Rule—refused to prosecute, according to a source. Instead, Chicago's highest-profile mugging will go down with a wink, a nod, and a kick in Zach's ass.
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35 comments:

  1. Seems like a fair price for a low-level weed dealer's silence.

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  2. Sounds like his counselor advised him against it.

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  3. I'm not really sure as to the credibility of this but I was reading the second city cop blog and a responding officer commented and said that Mr. Emanuel Jr. smelled like pot and may have been attempting to buy from these guys aka "counselor" he was calling. Like I said, I am unsure of the credibility but it makes sense and kind of makes sense as to why no charges are being filed perhaps?

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    1. I'd give that account more credibility than Tiny Dancer's.

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    2. Agreed. That made total sense to me as soon as I read the blog. Seriously, who talks to their school counselor at 10 pm and down the street from the house? No cell service my ass.

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    3. College-aged relative who knows of young Emanuel's antics and love of pot, pills and booze is in town on Christmas break. Says their mutual friends confirm he was making a buy and got the snot beat out of him for being a little prick to his dealers. They wanted sonny boy to know the didn't care who is daddy is.

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  4. WHAT THE..... how can he not press charges.... what example is he setting for thugs, its ok to beat and rob.He should be making an example out this kid!

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    1. police sources suggest that young Zach wasn't exactly an innocent victim.

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    2. Because, as others stated, his kid doesn't have clean hands here. Makes it understandable.

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  5. Why isn't the national/investigative media having a fucking field day with this story? I wonder besides no charges being filed, how much "hush money" the dealer was paid. So MUCH about this whole scenario that is just WRONG.

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    1. It's well known. If local media rocks the Rahm boat, access is denied. So much for journalistic integrity!

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  6. Keeping it on the down low...just like Zach

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  7. No charges filed...Didn't happen...Crime Is Down.

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  8. Well if Zack would of just curled-up in the fetal position on the sidewalk and played like he was dead like we are all told to do as we wait for the 'good guys" to arrive -- maybe, just maybe he would of never got punched in the face, tooth chipped when they took his valuables away.

    BTW how many CPD man-hours and taxpayer dollars were spent to get the $500 phone back...$5,000, $10,000....??.

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  9. Originally I was unsure about the pot deal gone wrong but this is all but too suspicious. Refusing to press charges against violent offenders is almost the same as confessing Junior was buying pot. Too bad the illustrious Chicago media won't be doing any investigative reporting on this. I'm befuddled by how Americans can elect trash like Rahm into office election after election.

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  10. So we had an unprecedented use of police manpower to catch these guys, then the victim decides not to press charges. All around good use of resources. God forbid it get out that Rahm's son was buying weed in the alley.

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  11. Rahmmy is teaching is spawn to be a completely unethical politician like himself and to be a great janitor for sweeping secrets under the rug. I wonder how much the thug got paid off to keep his silence.

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  12. Yet another perfect example of if we still had true journalists, this is a story ripe with juice. Unfortunately none of them will dig further into the story but move on to Rahmy's next talking points. If this were a kid of a Republican however....

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    1. Rahm acts like a Republican

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    2. Specifics please - which Republican??

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  13. Word will spread on who this is keeping quiet, and why he is doing so. They won't be able to keep that juicy info contained in themselves for much longer.......patience, I'm guessing it will be known eventually........

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  14. Chicago Police detectives are trying to round up a video of the event. Ask Detective Kelly at CPD. Payback is a Motha.

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  15. It would be interesting to see Rahm's unauthorized biography - could be a page turner

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  16. WOW -- no charges. Amazing.

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  17. No surprise here. What WAS amazing is that (a) Rahmmy allowed the thing to spin out of control from the get-go, and (b) the incident ever got reported in the first place. (Again, thanks CWB. Damn you guys are good.)
    There are about 1000 reasons to kick this under the rug. All of 'em fall under the general heading of
    "The further this thing goes, the more HRH and everybody on 'his team' look pathetic."
    Simple.

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  18. Just Rahm's way of keeping crime stats down.

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  19. Looks like Rahm is just doing his part to keep crime down. No charges or prosecution = no crime!

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  20. The mayor is revealing what he actually believes - this is normal and we should just learn to take it. It's disgusting and dangerous, and for our well-being, so is he.

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  21. This is so much like the general attitude of the north side of Chicago. Seems like nobody ever wants to press charges!

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  22. Remember this when election time comes. Here is a person who exhibits NO civic duty to protect the population from crime. He's more worried about getting bad press about what actually may have happened as well as his own sensitivities than he is about doing what is right. What is also amazing is that a liquor license holder can actually be fined or face suspension/revocation of the license for failing to cooperate with police and signing a complaint when needed, but nothing happens to a elected politician for doing the same thing. He is not representing what I want in a mayor.

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  23. Cant wait until someone else is beat up by this thug and this story is brought up again. If it's my kid or family that is hurt then I'm gonna have some issues with our elected official.

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    1. You have to understand, if and when these thugs get picked up again, they will have an attorney on speed dial paid for by someone who knows someone who knows someone who studied ballet.

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