Sister Jean Kenny, a Chicago native famous for Super Bowl predictions, said that after another abuse scandal: “The pray, pay and obey days are over.”
“Trust has been so eroded due to the way the church has handled what is definitely a moral catastrophe,” Burke said.
The “negative” effects of body cameras on the families of Chicago Police who wear them is an issue in negotiations between the city and the FOP.
SNEED EXCLUSIVE: Garry McCarthy says “This forum would be a way to discuss how we would fix this problem that is devastating our city.”
SNEED EXCLUSIVE: Aldermen Anthony Beale and Edward Burke are concerned that ride-share drivers make less than minimum wage after expenses.
SNEED EXCLUSIVE: Officer Robert Rialmo’s attorney says Rialmo passed a Chicago Police Department “fitness for duty” exam.
SNEED EXCLUSIVE: Eddie Johnson talked about his personal battle with violence and the day he marched arm-in-arm with the Rev. Michael Pfleger
SNEED: Said George Ryan on the death penalty: “In no way is it a perfect system. If the system isn’t perfect, there can be no ultimate penalty.”
SNEED: To those expecting thousands of noisy protesters, it was described as a “non-event” by one bystander via phone to Sneed.
SNEED EXCLUSIVE: A new program will permit trainable dogs to live with some of the Cook County Jail inmates.
SNEED: Parents of Special Olympics athletes are now pivoting to a campaign to add a fifth star to the Chicago flag.
SNEED: The Rev. Michael Pfleger just won his battle to open “the discriminatory” double door entry to the Fifth Third bank in Auburn Gresham.
SNEED: Two powerful aldermen have fired off a letter to the corporation counsel demanding steps to inspect all facilities holding immigrant children.