30.11.16

Chicago Man Wins $600k Settlement After Being Accidentally Jailed For 32 Hours

A Chicago man who was accidentally locked up while visiting his son in jail has won his lawsuit against the Cook County Sheriff’s office.

If you’re wondering how you get locked up by accident, here’s how.

In July 2014, Farad Polk went to visit his incarcerated son. Officers directed him to”go down the hallway and turn to the right.” Following those directions, Polk saw a door popped open and walked in. The stepped into the room and the steel door shut behind him. After sitting in the small 8-by-8 cell for a few minutes, Polk felt something wasn’t wasn’t right.

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26.11.16

Kanye West's condition 'way worse' than reported

Kanye West's condition has gone from bad to "way worse", according to TMZ.

The 39-year-old rapper was hospitalised in handcuffs earlier this week after having an emotional breakdown while working out with his personal trailer in LA.

Now TMZ claims his problems are more serious than the reported "sleep deprivation and dehydration". According to the website, "his hospitalisation is far from over".

in fact, his condition is reportedly so severe that Kanye he might be due an insurance payout of AU$41 million for the 21 concerts of his Saint Pablo tour that he cancelled before he was hospitalised.

Chicago Police Kill Man, Cant Find Gun He Allegedly Pointed TWICE at Them

CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago police fatally shot a 19-year-old man during a foot pursuit in the West Englewood neighborhood Wednesday night, police said.

The man's family identified him as Kajuan Raye of Dolton. Raye was shot in the stomach multiple times and later died at Christ Hospital from a gunshot wound to the back. His death was ruled a homicide, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner

Metro Atlanta's gang problem larger than ever before

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ATLANTA - Metro Atlanta is facing a gang problem that's grown larger than ever before.

Gang members are involved in more than 50 percent of the violent crime in Atlanta, says Jim Hurley, the supervisor for the Atlanta Safe Streets Gang Task Force.

“We’re looking at an excess of 40,000 gang members,” Hurley told Channel 2 Investigative Reporter Mark Winne.

Through our investigation, we learned gang recruitment is at an all-time high.

“Traditionally, people didn’t want to know we had gangs. It’s not good for property values. Politicians didn’t want to admit it. Law enforcement didn’t want to admit it,” Hurley said. “But that’s a changing trend.”


CeCe Roberts, a paralegal at the Fulton County District Attorney's Office, is the mother of a murder victim. Her son, Kenneth Roberts Jr., was shot with a friend during a robbery.

"My son didn't live. This guy's paralyzed now, and here we are," she said.

A prosecutor says two of the three murderers had ties to a gang. Roberts Jr., a city of Atlanta employee, did not have any ties to gangs.

"No neighborhood is immune," Hurley said.

Girl, 16, killed by stray bullet while returning home from church

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A 16-year-old girl was killed by a stray bullet as she sat in a car while returning home from church in California on Wednesday night.

The teen, identified by local news outlets as Danah Rojo Rivas, died at the scene in Lynwood, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Danah's mother and older brother were also in the car, but were not injured.

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