WTF Is Wrong With Biden's America? Illegal Suspect Walks Free After Chicago Nightclub Shooting

By Javier Sanchez | Wednesday, 20 March 2024 04:10 PM
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In the early hours of February 4, a transgender woman was critically wounded in a shooting incident outside VLive nightclub in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood.

The alleged assailant, a man with reported ties to the Venezuelan Tren de Aragua gang and undocumented immigrant status, was apprehended but subsequently released without charges related to the shooting.

The Chicago Sun Times reports that the incident occurred around 4:30 am, with the victim sustaining gunshot wounds to the groin and both legs. Despite her critical condition, she was able to provide a recount of the incident to the police.

Following an investigation, authorities arrested the 29-year-old undocumented immigrant on February 26. He was leaving a courthouse, having been released after facing multiple felony charges related to illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition.

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Despite being identified as the shooter and the discovery of evidence potentially linking him to the crime scene, Cook County prosecutors did not press charges. Police noted that a key witness, a sex worker, declined to identify him due to fear of his gang affiliations.

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On March 3, the same man was arrested again for driving without a license and failing to stop at a stop sign. However, these charges were also dropped.

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The U.S. Marshals Service issued a news release on the same day, which the Sun-Times identified as containing numerous inaccuracies. After being contacted by the newspaper, a spokesperson for the Service issued a statement eight days later, clarifying that the release had been withdrawn.

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"It should not be used for reference or reporting," the spokesperson stated.

As it stands, no charges have been filed in relation to the shooting, and the undocumented immigrant initially suspected of the crime remains at large. This case raises questions about the effectiveness of law enforcement and the judicial system in dealing with violent crime, particularly when it involves vulnerable communities and individuals with gang affiliations.

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