Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Wrigleyville Knockout Video Surfaces As Man's Charged With Battering Security Guard Nearby


A 21-year-old man from the Far South Side is charged with battery after allegedly punching multiple people outside of bars in Wrigleyville and Boystown on the Fourth of July weekend.

And it appears that one of his knockout punch performances was captured on video.

Moore | Chicago Police Dept
Jerome J. Moore of the Washington Heights neighborhood was arrested at 2:20 a.m. on July 3 after he punched a 42-year-old Northalsted Business Alliance security guard in the 3300 block of North Halsted, prosecutors said.

Moore was charged with one count of battery and released on an iBond.

He had been seen “striking multiple people” before hitting the guard, according to witnesses who spoke with police.

Within a day of Moore’s arrest, a video surfaced on Twitter of a similar-looking man knocking a guy out in the 3500 block of North Clark Street.

A Twitter user wrote that the punch thrower “was walking around all the bars and outside smoking areas starting shit.”
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16 comments:

  1. this smiling cocky asshole punched multiple people. He is smiling because he knows lil Kim will ibond him out and probation and plea coming. Jokes on us. Visiting thugs win again.

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    1. If he assualted multiple people why is he charged with 1 count of battery? Released on an ibond? What a FUCKING joke.

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  2. "Far south side"... And he was here doing what? Visiting friends? Going to a Northside bar because it has the best choice in Ales?

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    1. What's strange about that?

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  3. iBond for brutally knocking people out?
    He will get probation unless this video goes totally viral.
    Kim Foxx will blame the hold on the Beverage Tax for the reason why he's not in prison where he belongs.
    When justice is done it brings joy to the righteous but terror to evildoers. Proverbs

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  4. These are hate crimes, and the local government is an accessory.

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  5. Stop and frisk
    ..fight fire with fire

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  6. I've become numb to the fact that fighting happens in Wrigleyville. But, it is surprising that that police didn't arrest him immediately afterwards. With so many witnesses, how does this happen?

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  7. Sucker-punching coward.

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  8. We all know how it's will end...pleads guilty and walks out..2 minutes later he's back doing the exact same thing. Any other predictions as of how this might end?

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  9. People refuse to wake up and allow these criminals open season on victims thru out this beautiful city. The people we pay to protect us like elected judges and elected state attorney and parole boards and our own elected governor believe that the rights of criminals and thugs over poor battered and murdered victims. That is the outrage We are being maimed and these people who serve us and represent us and paid by us are condoning this tragic activity and we have no way to fight back except with accurate honest reporting of CWB

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    1. Watch videos of protests in Europe when their politicians misbehave... that's the point we need to get to in Chicago.

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  10. Fucking antisocial moron.
    Actually...worse than a moron.
    A sociopath. The worst sort of trash.

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  11. It would be great if these "cameramen" were charged with being an accomplice.

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