Friday, June 05, 2009

FRUSTRATIONS

From FOP Lodge 7

RELEASE OF VIOLENT CRIMINALS 06/05/09

Lodge President Mark Donahue issued the following letter to Chief Judge Timothy C. Evans of Circuit Court of Cook County. Shawn Gaston and Kevin Walker have both been charged with the murder of Chicago Police Officer Alejandro Valadez. The letter requests an explanation as to why these convicted violent criminals were released into society.
Letter to Chief Judge Evans


A letter is a nice start but we need more action.
What is Evans going to say? He has no control over these judges.
Start having press conferences, out these judges, educate the public.

7 comments:

Cpdcoppurr said...

You're right, it will fall on deaf ears. We need to get out there and start preaching it from OUR PULPITS about these judges and what they do to US and the Savages in court.

This is a perfect time to do so.

Thanks for this blog.

Anonymous said...

It's a start

Anonymous said...

Yes sir let's get the ball rolling. These two should've been in prison, no the streets. It seems to me that judges, states attorney's and even pd's don't have a clue or don't care how violent the streets of Chicago are. I wonder where some of these judges and states attorney's live because if they lived anywhere near the crime i bet things would be a little different.

Anonymous said...

and speaking of frustrations- the CPSA met with the city on 4 June regarding the contract- and stll nothing is posted about the outcome...

Does anyone have any info?

Anonymous said...

Too bad the letter had to come from such an incredible source. Donahue is right up there kissing the politician's asses with the rest of them. National FOP just endorsed Obama's latest Supreme Court pick too. Great job Mark where's you're next job gonna be?

FOP = F#ck Over Patrolmen!

Anonymous said...

....maybe the silence of the Sergeant's Union means things went bad......maybe we're going to have to give up 20 furlough days too!

Anonymous said...

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN ACTION!!

Please keep in mind that this is an open blog
that can and is read by people other than Chicago Police Officers.