Tuesday, June 28, 2016

New: 19th District police commander among Pride Parade battery victims; City's "seven arrests" narrative falls apart


The city's false narrative about Sunday’s Pride Parade continues to melt away as more and more videos of the parade aftermath emerge and the Chicago Police Department’s claim of only “seven” arrests has been proven to be 17 arrests shy of the truth. There were 24 arrests according to CWB Chicago reporting. We've posted all 24 mugshots, names, and arrest information.

Today, CWB Chicago learned through a source that one of the battery victims after Sunday’s parade was none other than 19th District Police Commander Robert Cesario.

Yes, the alleged offender was arrested. No, his arrest was not included in the publicly-released tally of “seven” arrests.

For the second weekend in a row, police had to close Halsted Street to vehicles between Addison and Belmont when large crowds overtook the street and disturbances broke out in the traffic lanes Sunday evening.

According to a source, Cesario was battered while he tried to break up a large disturbance at Halsted and Roscoe.

The incident took place around the time that these two videos were made on Halsted. (Video 1. Video 2.)

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Oleksandr Bugunokov, a 26-year-old citizen of Ukraine who lives in New York City, was charged in the Cesario case, according to the source.

CWB Chicago editors have identified and posted the names, mugshots, and charges against 24 individuals who were arrested during Sunday’s parade and in its aftermath.

As of Tuesday morning, Chicago police continued to state that “seven” arrests were made.

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13 comments:

  1. This smug thug should spend some time in Cook County Jail before being deported....unfortunately, neither may ever happen

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  2. Question for CWB: I'm curious if you ever forward these stories to the police dept or Sun Times or Tribune so they know that we know the truth. I think the only way you are going to get that neighborhood back is to start making these stories more public. I still think an earlier suggestion to picket outside of Ann Sather's demanding a safe neighborhood was brilliant. Keep up the good reporting CWB.

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    1. Thanks for your support. We do not send our stories out to MSM, but we can assure you that they read our stuff every single day.

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  3. Look at that smug pompous ass. He is thinking "you stupid Americans, I go back to Russia as soon as I post bond."

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  4. And the media continues to practice laziness and negligence by just taking their word for everything. Journalism now consists of pretty much reviewing Twitter for garbage posted by trash and posting it as news.

    Also been reading the annual "million people in attendance" count. Sounds like the crowds were way down this year.

    So much opportunity for someone in the media to make a name for themselves by just simply reporting the truth. Easy peezy.

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    1. Funny you should mention this. We sent a tip to a MSM reporter about something today. Their response? "Hmm. The alderman would have sent a press release if that happened." Uh, so you're just reporting the stuff you get press releases on?

      Anywho, we'll probably go ahead and do the story ourselves now, even though it's a bit out of our area of focus.

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    2. I just wish you fine folks at CWB would collect the excessive salaries that these MSM journalists/anchors make for doing the work they should be doing as a small token of appreciation for keeping all of us informed of true news!

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  5. He is scheduled for deportation on the 5th of Never.

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  6. Mr. Bugunokov was shopping at Jewel on Broadway after the parade.

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  7. Sad news. We have to wonder why there's a concerted effort to coverup crime. How does that serve the community? Oh wait, it's not about the community, it's about the officials and politicians.

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  8. Remember the mayor, alderperson and the police keep saying that "crime is down". As elected officials why would they not tell the truth?

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  9. HEY -- how come you CWB guys didn't report on the unicorn shitting a giant sparkly rainbow in the sky?
    I mean.....the aldermen and Rahm's office and the CAPS numbers don't lie....do they?....I mean, really, really lie. In Chicago?

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