Police Abuse

Video Shows Chicago Police Humiliating Naked Woman During Wrong-Door Raid

Chicago went to court to try and block a local news station from airing the body camera footage.

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Chicago police burst into the apartment of an innocent woman based on a faulty tip and handcuffed her while she was naked, forcing her to stand in full view of male officers as they searched her home, newly revealed body camera footage shows.

Local news outlet CBS 2, which has been investigating wrong-door raids by Chicago police for the past several years, first aired the footage of the 2019 incident last night, despite an attempt by the city of Chicago to block the TV station from running it.

"I feel like they didn't want us to have this video because they knew how bad it was," the woman in the footage, Anjanette Young, told CBS 2. "They knew they had done something wrong. They knew that the way they treated me was not right."

The body camera footage is part of a federal civil rights lawsuit filed by Young, who alleges the February 21, 2019 police raid traumatized her and violated her Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable searches and seizures.

The video shows officers using a battering ram to enter Young's house, where she was in her bedroom changing. Young was handcuffed naked. One officer attempted to wrap a blanket around her, but because she was handcuffed, it kept slipping. She repeatedly told the officers that they had the wrong house. CBS 2 reports:

"OK, OK, you don't have to shout," the sergeant said.

"I don't have to shout?" Young yelled. "This is fucking ridiculous. You've got me in handcuffs. I'm naked, and you kicked my house in. I keep telling you, you've got the wrong place."

Both Young and CBS 2 filed public records requests for the body camera footage, but Chicago refused to release it. The footage was only released to Young after a court order, which also included a confidentiality order.

Yesterday, after learning that CBS 2 had obtained the footage and was planning on airing it that night, the city of Chicago filed a motion to enjoin CBS 2 from running it, arguing it would violate the confidentiality order. The federal judge in Young's case rejected the motion on the grounds that CBS 2 was not a party to the case and not subject to the order.

CBS 2's investigation shows that the raid on Young's home was completely avoidable if Chicago police had done the bare minimum to vet the information on the search warrant. The warrant was based on a tip from a confidential informant, who had provided the wrong address for a man suspected of having an illegal gun. The suspect lived next door to Young.

Young's case is just the latest in a long string of lawsuits filed against the Chicago Police Department for terrorizing innocent families during wrong-door raids that were based on sloppy, unverified search warrants.

Another federal civil rights lawsuit filed in August alleges Chicago police ransacked a woman's house and held a grandmother and four-year-old at gunpoint based on a sloppy search warrant. The lawsuit says the search warrant was based on a tip from an anonymous informant that the woman's son possessed an unlicensed handgun. Chicago police never bothered to learn that the son had moved to California several years ago.

CBS 2's investigation found that Chicago SWAT teams were frequently relying on unverified search warrants to ransack houses; hold families, including children, at gunpoint; and in one case handcuff an 8-year-old child. In another case, 17 Chicago police officers burst into a family's house with their guns drawn during a four-year-old's birthday party. One Chicago family says police officers raided their house three times in four months looking for someone that the family says it doesn't even know.

In 2018, the Chicago City Council approved a $2.5 million settlement to a family who claimed CPD officers stormed their house and pointed a gun at a three-year-old girl.

These horror stories led Chicago's inspector general to launch an investigation last year into how Chicago police vet information and execute search warrants. That investigation is still ongoing, according to the office's website.

The Chicago Police Department also revised its policies for search warrant executions in January, requiring officers to "maintain a sensitive approach and use due care to safeguard the physical and emotional well-being" of any children present "to minimize trauma following the execution of a search warrant."

Reason reported last year on public records showing that Chicago police executed more than 11,000 search warrants over a five-year period, predominantly in the city's low-income and minority neighborhoods, and nearly half of them did not result in an arrest.

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  1. These horror stories led Chicago’s inspector general to launch an investigation last year into how Chicago police vet information and execute search warrants. That investigation is still ongoing, according to the office’s website.

    I can solve that puzzle for you, IG. This is exactly how they vet search warrants.
    1. Don’t ask questions.
    2. Kick in the door
    3. Let the taxpayers pay the damages if it gets that far
    4. Rinse
    5. Repeat

    1. “Let the taxpayers pay the damages”

      It’s not their money, so why would they care? They can always ramp up civil asset forfeiture if they need to make up the lost revenue.

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        1. And pensions.

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    2. Reminder – every one of those 11,000 warrants, about half of which resulted in arrests, were all signed off by judges that were perfectly willing to sign-off on vague, anonymous tips and demanded no vetting by police.

      Get mad at the cops for carrying out the warrants, but why let the judges that signed off on those cray warrants off the hook?

      Demand better from the judges, and the judges will demand better from the officers.

      1. Finally, an educated citizen with some notion of how looter kleptocracy initiation of force is made to function. The Chicago Cop website is full of ignorant brutes gunned down while “followin oidas”, but the list of “fallen” Gestapo and SS judges is nowhere to be found. Maybe it’s time for Nuremberg trials in this mixed-economy paradise.

    3. They keep asking her if there are any guns in the house.
      Even in Chicago there is a second amendment.
      As long as she jumps through the legal hoops, she can have all the guns she wants and can afford.
      They don’t seem to comprehend that some guns are legal.

      1. For now.

        1. Local and statewide “gun bans” were struck down in Illinois by the courts,* but “guns are illegal, m’kay?” attitude is still a real thing at the level of the ward-heelers. Also, if cops are at the wrong address, and they think someone disqualified from gun ownership ( a convicted felon, for example) lives there, they frankly expect or hope to find guns, so they can violate his ass, send him back to the joint and slap a new charge on him so he’ll stay there longer. Find an “illegal gun” and voila! you have justified the warrant, even if nothing else is found.

          * look up McDonald v. Chicago, 561 U.S. 742 (2010)

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  2. And who’s looking into the judges that are letting this happen and signing papers that allow government thugs to brash into people homes without pushing back in the request at all? I’m all for focusing on police abuses, but let’s not forget the other incompetent parties to these rights violations.

    1. It’s a dereliction of duty on the part of the judges. If 50 warrants come across their desk and only one is faulty, how likely are they to catch it?

      Rubber…Stamp. Hmm, I wonder why people ridicule courts so much?

      1. Reason reported last year on public records showing that Chicago police executed more than 11,000 search warrants over a five-year period, predominantly in the city’s low-income and minority neighborhoods, and nearly half of them did not result in an arrest.

        This suggests that if a judge has 50 warrant applications come across his desk, around 25 of them are faulty.

        If every other warrant application is faulty, how likely should it be that a judge who is paying attention would catch it?

  3. Why don’t the people of Chicago elect Democrats to fix their racist cops and city government?

    1. It’s “systemic racism”… that’s entirely different from identifiably racist individuals. Systemic racism never goes away, all we can do is recognize it and try to adjust outcomes down the line. The fist step is admitting there’s a problem, the next step is electing a party that is committed to addressing it through a vast matrix of policies and procedures.

      1. Would this party happen to have any principles or would it conveniently find a way to excuse it’s own members when they do something racist?

      2. And money. Oodles of other people’s money.

        On a side note, I understand there are some elections of some consequence pending down in the State of Georgia.

        Is Reason ever going to get around to evaluating and comparing the various candidates?

        1. Reason compares looters and libertarians all the time. Everything the looters say about each other is surprisingly accurate, and that is a time-saver.

      3. you forgot training

      4. And the final step is creating a mono-racial paradise, like every country in sub-Saharan Africa.

    2. Oh look… a looter kleptocrat directing attention away from the libertarian spoiler vote option and toward “the” other initiation of force.

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  5. One officer attempted to wrap a blanket around her, but because she was handcuffed, it kept slipping.

    wut?

    1. “One officer attempted to wrap a blanket around her, but because she was handcuffed, it kept slipping.”

      It made her nudity seem more like a strip tease act that way. Gotta break up the monotony of those legalized home invasions some way. Otherwise, it’s like they’re banging their ole’ lady.

  6. “The warrant was based on a tip from a confidential informant, who had provided the wrong address for a man suspected of having an illegal gun.”

    I expect we will be seeing a lot more of this in the coming years. And “confidential informant” = snitch. Just imagine how many of your neighbors, associates, and even disagreeable family members would be all to happy to turn you in, if not to get out of trouble themselves, but just for the fun of it?

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    1. The irony being if they do this to the kind of people who are typically in possession of firearms illegally the cops face a much more immediate problem than a lawsuit.

      1. Somewhat – they are wearing body armor, and the mere sight of a weapon will unleash a hailstorm of bullets with no accountability if they were in the wrong place.

        Defunding the police is stupid, but these damn pigs need to start acting like pros.

        1. Defunding the police completely is obviously ridiculous.

          But defunding the drug war completely is a great start. And we should greatly restrict warrants for kicking in doors to situations that are time sensitive because someone is potentially in danger.

          Police need to be as scared of getting this kind of thing wrong as are the innocent victims of their aggression.

          I do agree with people here who say that the citizens continue to disincentivize real
          change by electing the same politicians over and over. Why should politicians prioritize changing anything when it won’t affect their odds of getting elected?

        2. If she had had a dog they would have riddled it and reported it as a pit bull, even if it had been a golden retriever.

    2. Maybe 2 can play. Any Chicago judges ever get their mansions roughed up by GestSWATpo teams?

      1. That would only happen to a judge who started to rule against the police or prosecutors.

  7. CBS 2’s investigation shows that the raid on Young’s home was completely avoidable if Chicago police had done the bare minimum to vet the information on the search warrant. The warrant was based on a tip from a confidential informant, who had provided the wrong address for a man suspected of having an illegal gun.

    This is more bureaucratic retardation than “bare minimum to vet.” The guy they were after was wearing an ankle monitor.

    1. What agency relies on a confidential informant for any address without surveilling it first?

      1. The kind that understands how good their union is?

        1. I’d like to apologize for describing the police union as “good”.

          What I meant is that they tend to have effective attorneys.

      2. They talk about some approval paperwork being screwed up in the video.

        1. Hey. That makes everything OK, not their fault, followin’ oidas…

      3. The kind that faces zero consequences for making mistakes, even deadly ones.

        1. Zero you say. Try being less absolutist and credulous.

          1. An individual officer here and there might be shamed while the taxpayers foot the bill for any lawsuits. The department gets off scot-free.

          2. OK. So close to zero as to be inconsequential.

      4. Houston Police Department.

  8. I think the two parties can come to an amicable agreement here. How bout CBS 2 agrees not to air the footage, and in return the prosecutors will drop the indecent exposure charges against Miss Young. Back in my day, we put on our Sunday best to go talk to our valiant peace officers.

    1. “Back in my day, we put on our Sunday best to go talk to our valiant peace officers.”

      You are in the shower naked when the police bust in your front door. How fast do you think you can get dressed?

      1. I don’t shower on Sundays.

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  9. The sad part is that my friends and family don’t seem to realize that the most excessively violent, and traumatic treatment/actions towards the black community are overwhelmingly in places that have been run by Democrats for decades. I have never felt as welcomed or treated better by people of other races in NYC where I lived for the first 3 decades of my life, as in the mountains of PA in a majority white, mostly conservative population. I get that not everyone can leave where they live, but until people stop letting the Dems off the hook, nothing will change. At a minimum stop voting for the same people who have failed to bring about positive change in your community. Actions, not rhetoric matter. As long as the taxpayers are paying these settlements and the unsustainable bloated pensions so the Dems can keep the unions on their side to maintain power, nothing will change. More government is obviously not the answer and that’s what all these so called activists are demanding.

    1. Excellent point! ELECTIONS HAVE CONSEQUENCES!!! The textbook definition of INSANITY is doing the same things over and over while expecting a different outcome. STOP VOTING THE SAME PEOPLE OR THE SAME MINDSET INTO OFFICE! UNTIL YOU GET YOUR PUBLIC OFFICES PACKED WITH PEOPLE WHO FULLY INTEND TO REIGN IN THE COPS AND DECIMATE THE POLICE UNIONS, YOU’RE NEVER GOING TO GET ANYTHING DIFFERENT THAN WHAT IS CURRENTLY IN PLACE.

      1. You expect people to connect actions (voting) with consequences (fucked up government)? Aren’t you adorable!

        1. He also expects ALLLL!!!! CAPPPPSSS!!!!</b? to persuade people.

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    2. Thank the coathanger abortion and plant leaf prohibitionist caucuses of God’s Own Prohibitionist party. Without their girl-bullying, doctor-killing, asset forfeiture platform planks the Ku-Klux Klanbake faction would have had to really campaign to gain control of all three branches of the looter Kleptocracy.

  10. Root cause analysis:
    Unconstitutional ‘gun control’ law
    Use of anonymous sources, preventing “confronting the accuser”
    lazy judges
    democrats
    out of control police unions
    battering rams in police hands (was this a no-knock?)
    lack of personal responsibility for police
    etc

    1. QI + unions + records secrecy = total lack of accountability

      No QI
      No unions
      No records secrecy

      1. UCS, it really is that simple. CANNOT understand why this escapes so many folks

        1. All three of those things are merely subsets, or matters under the direct purview, of the items listed above?

          In Chicago the only people who could alter QI, the unions, or records secrecy would be the Democrats and the judges (who are also Democrats.)

    2. Pretty much! Add this:
      Pathetic nobodies given a badge and go on huge power trip because now they have “authoritah”!!!!

      https://youtu.be/4rHuinnfVJo?t=11

    3. I think you just described the Democratic platform.

    4. No knock? The vid clearly shows the pigs knocking the door down with a battering ram. Try being a little less absolutist and credulous when criticizing the looter kleptocracy.

  11. Weird given that the suspect they were looking for wore an ankle monitor.

    1. That one will be hard to explain away! If he was wearing an ankle monitor, why didn’t the monitoring company tell them where to go get their suspect?

  12. >>public records requests for the body camera footage, but Chicago refused to release it

    literally what body cam footage and public records requests are for.

  13. It sure seems to me that a lot of police go to the wrong doors.

    1. Well when they can’t take off their shoes to count, what do you expect? Some of those addresses have numbers larger than 10.

    2. Actually, I was thinking about that. Confidential informants usually get some kind of break or money for informing. If the address you give is next door or on the next block or the last address the friend they’re looking for lived, then you can be like, “Oops! My bad but I tried to give you good info. I made a mistake.” That way, your friend isn’t busted but you look like you’re really trying to help.

    3. Not enough wrong doors to bullet-riddle the occasional municipal judge in the arms of his favorite leniency-seeking hooker…

  14. shameless stupid pigs cant find a guy with an ankle monitor. DUMBASSES. in japan dullards like this commit suicide to erase the shame from their family. in chicago they just get “hurt” on the job and retire to a disability pension and shove their nose in the trough like the pigs they are

    1. It’s generally better not to commit suicide though, Japanese or not. There’s usually a better option, especially if you feel depressed. These cops should quit and find a different job.

  15. The warrant wasn’t just invalid because it had the wrong address. The woman’s neighbor was “suspected of having an illegal gun”? There is no such thing given the Second Amendment.

  16. “One officer attempted to wrap a blanket around her, but because she was handcuffed, it kept slipping.”

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  17. That woman is going to be rich.
    The family with the traumatized 3 year old got $2.5 million.
    This is good for at least that much as she was kept naked for no discernible reason.

    1. As she should be. The people who elect Laura Lightbrain deserve their tax rates.

  18. I see a lot of comments about police unions and judges signing off with only vague information. All of this is true, but the fundamental issue is continuing to allow these no knock warrants to even exist.

    No knock warrants should be completely abolished under our Constitution. There is no place for this in a free society.

    1. You aren’t suggesting to resort to ruining of a genuine plan from those very people elected in fact by all that elections campaigning bustle and its strong showings of orchestrated support?

    2. Watch the video, you’ll see this was a “knock” raid, in the sense that an officer pounded on the door and incoherently shouted “police” about half a second before they broke it down. Probably just like Breona Taylor’s raid. It’s no knock in every practical sense, but the system will treat it as equivalent to calmly knocking for several minutes in the mid afternoon.

      The problem is deeper even than the existence of no knock raids, dynamic entries or any other single activity. It’s that we have abdicated all legal reasoning to the courts who have in turn abdicated all reason to police procedures. We can create decent laws that say police can’t kill except in self-defense, and then police claim they fear for their lives in every situation and create intentional danger to exercise authority. We can ban no knock raids, and you’ll just get this.

      Nothing will change until there are individual consequences all up and down the line. Police officers who do the raid, police captains who create the bs raid procedures, judges who sign off on bad warrants, DAs who fail to properly prosecute police, etc. All need to be up on actual charges or have their personal finances on the line.

    3. But… that would require voting libertarian! What about pelf, boodle, loot, asset forfeiture, race suicide, satanic plant leaves, uppity chicks, cunning latinos, the Pederast, French postcards roads?

  19. What is sad is that being naked and not scrambling for clothes probably saved her life. Had she scrambled for clothes they make have been trigger happy and thought she was reaching for the nonexistent gun, and her lack of clothes showed she had no gun on her. Sad that being exposed like that is what it takes to save your life in botched raid.

  20. You’d think the author might have sought comment from the people responsible – chief of police, the mayor, etc.

    But no, instead Reason readers are stuck with the sad ‘efforts’ of a journalist. If only they had some reporters. Even a lazy one would be better than this.

    Could have just given us a link and called it done.

    1. Although I don’t know why we should expect anything different from them.

      This will be the template going forward for at least the next four years – blaming all manner of government malfeasance and malevolence upon faceless, nameless, and wholly unaccountable cogs. Never once mentioning whose hands are at the levers of the machine.

      Because that would be gauche.

    2. The story would be how the police knew that next door was the real criminal. Maybe they raided the other woman’s house to catch the real perp off guard? It takes a lot of work to raid every other house than the criminal’s, but the upper hand ✋ really makes a difference to the long arm.

  21. Amazing.. all these comments complain about what happened and expect to see some change now that the election is done. Yet, all you folks at reason wasted your votes on Jo Jorgensen who got about 1% of the vote. You railed against TRUMP and the result was we are stuck with a Democratic regime in DC. You righteously point out the most of the crap like this happens in Democratic shitholes like Chicago. Yet Libertarians do not support the party that has any chance to beat the Democrats at the ballot box. How do you like wasting you vote a candidates that cannot and will not win in any national election.

    1. If every Libertarian voted for Trump, how many more electoral votes would the Donald have gained? Not a single one in my state.

      1. At least 16, since the 62k L votes in Georgia is about 5x the margin of victory for Biden.

      2. And Arizona’s 11 votes, as the margin there–about 11k–is far smaller than the 50k or so L votes Jo got there.

      3. And 20 more from Pennsylvania, where the margin was 78,555 and Jo got 79,380.

        Do the math.

        306 – 16 – 11 – 20 = 259
        232 + 16 + 11 + 20 = 279

        1. The Ds would have just ‘found’ more ballots if they needed to.

    2. Were there Republican candidates in Chicago who advocated extreme police reform? Defunding the drug war? Ending no knock warrants? Ending qualified immunity?

      If so, I’d be right there with you campaigning for them, and I believe Reason would be too.

      But I really didn’t hear from too many Republican politicians on any level advocating this kind of police reform. I heard a lot of pro police stuff from Republicans and how ending qualified immunity was off the table.

      The Republicans had a great opportunity to seize the lead on this issues, especially at the local level in big cities. They could have perhaps flipped the script on the perception of who is really looking out for minorities and their civil liberties.

      Until they do, I’d rather vote libertarian and hope that the Republicans lose by the amount of votes that go to a libertarian. Then maybe they’ll adjust their platform accordingly and win for the right reasons.

      1. Yes, the gross affront to liberty and good governance that is the Chicago Democrat machine is entirely due to a lack of other people’s opposition.

    3. Sailors who can add and subtract understand that all fascist and communist laws came from the spoiler votes of the Prohibition and People’s party. They averaged 1 to 3% of the vote until the kleptocrats began looting and coercing on their behalf. Now that we’ve seen the Depression, Gulags and Death Camps, voring nationalsocialists who hired Trump to bully hippie girls or the communists wearing Biden masks is the stupidest way to throw away what law-changing leverage a spoiler vote has. The Dems copied some LP policy and won. The other looters didn’t and lost. The LP wins by making you creeps cry in your porridge.

  22. “The informant gave bad information. ”

    No; the informant was apparently the sort of denizen who operates under the delusion of “police detectives” and “wanted criminals” yet further a sort of “police intelligence” operating behind the scenes. Delusions of “stakeouts” dance through the informant’s head.

    There was no detective work done, and although the comp!ete package was there proffered by said informant, no vetting was done – – just Robocop user-programmed bangdowns, rubber-stamped warrants, and not even a “go check out the building at this address and report to the Chief what you find.” Yeah – – delusions of reporting to “the chief.” Hah!

    (Like the local police station operates on a Hollywood budget or something?!)

  23. “The great masses of men, though theoretically free, are seen to submit supinely to oppression and exploitation of a hundred abhorrent sorts. Have they no means of resistance? Obviously they have. The worst tyrant, even under democratic plutocracy, has but one throat to slit. The moment the majority decided to overthrow him he would be overthrown. But the majority lacks the resolution; it cannot imagine taking the risks.” ~ H. L. Mencken (1926). “Notes on Democracy,” p. 50, Alfred A. Knopf
    “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?… The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If…if…We didn’t love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation…. We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.” ― Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn , The Gulag Archipelago 1918–1956
    “The whole good cop/bad cop question can be disposed of much more decisively. We need not enumerate what proportion of cops appears to be good or listen to someone’s anecdote about his Uncle Charlie, an allegedly good cop. We need only consider the following: (1) a cop’s job is to enforce the laws, all of them; (2) many of the laws are manifestly unjust, and some are even cruel and wicked; (3) therefore every cop has agreed to act as an enforcer for laws that are manifestly unjust or even cruel and wicked. There are no good cops.” ~Robert Higgs

    1. The detective science of copping relies upon the guarantee of a fair trial and rights. The charges can be disputed regardless of their readably cruel and wicked nature. And the defendant has the option not to endeavor other – than to go on right alone rather than by law so proprietarian in its manifestation.

      Policing is not a futile task.

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  26. Both Young and CBS 2 filed public records requests for the body camera footage, but Chicago refused to release it. The footage was only released to Young after a court order, which also included a confidentiality order.

    Here’s part of the problem. What is confidential about the tape? It was created at public expense, and shows public servants performing their job in public. “It will embarass us” does not equate with confidential.

    So the federal judge blew it here, IMO.

  27. Meanwhile there have been over 3,000 shootings resulting in 700 deaths in Chicago to date just about all of them involving young Black men and no one finds that worthy of mention.

  28. “Suspected of having an illegal gun”

    This is enough to invoke a raid, busting in doors, no police work? Why?

  29. This dear lady should sue the city, the PD, and the individuals cops into oblivion.

  30. It’s just millions and millions of dollars. Not billions – yet
    http://projects.chicagoreporter.com/settlements/search/cases

  31. Am I the only one sorely disappointed in the alleged naked woman? I came here for a milf and I’m leaving with what appears to be a white discharge.

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  33. But… But… But… We don’t live in a police state!!!

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  34. Did you know that Chicago voters elected 33 Democratic judges with no opponents whatsoever? No Libertarian was allowed to run against them, and no girl-bullying, shoot-first Prohibitionists even bothered to try. The City of Chicago got the initiation of force, no-knock raids and infringement of the Bill of Rights it so richly deserves. See it at Chicagoelections.gov, where “election” and “choice” are antonyms.

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