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Harvin, wearing a white doo-rag and t-shirt, is seen on the tape rushing to enter the building, where his mother lives, before London shuts the door.
That’s where the two begin an encounter that would end with Harvin drenched in blood and bruises from more than 20 baton blows and kicks to his upper body — the final few of which rained down on him even after London and his partner had managed to handcuff the injured man.
Citing crime and safety issues as a primary concern, the Chicago Housing Authority issued 30-day eviction notices to the 31 families still living in the Cabrini-Green building at 1230 N. Larrabee Street.
Originally posted by wayno
Of course the sane thing to do is to be polite, answer questions, and generally cooperate, but to be human, nervous, afraid and do or say stupid things should not warrant billy clubbing.
Originally posted by Violater1
LEO says "STOP"
you comply and stop.
If LEO say stop and you TOUCH HIM, then expect to go to Rule #3
Expect to get the crap beat out of you, go to jail
and remember Rule #1
Originally posted by Blanca Rose
In Chicago, they used to be actual policemen that were assigned to the beat. Not sure if they have renta cops now, but the job is very dangerous.
Housing of that type in any city, is disgusting. People don't own it, so, it goes to crap, real soon, and unsavory types that are perpetual to that type of lifestyle are the tenants.
It's not as pleasant as when JJ Walker, made it look good in the sitcom! Very dangerous, and disgusting places. While not all tenants are bad, most are the proverbial dregs of society, especially inner city.