- Chicago police honored dozens of their own Wednesday for their bravery in the line of duty. The top honor, the Distinguished Medal of Honor, was presented to an officer who ended a gunman's deadly rampage last year inside a Chicago law office.
"You can always carry your head high at all times in the city of Chicago. We will not allow one or two or three instances deter the respect that we should have from the public for every member of the Chicago police department and their families," Mayor Richard Daley said.
One by one, some sixty-five men and women crossed the stage to receive the police superintendent's award of valor, each with a different story of heroism.
We have a question - who stole the mayor and what have they done with his body? The mayor sticking up for the Police Department? He hates us. Always has. He's got to be laughing at how the media has taken a few manufactured scandals and completely given his corrupt administration a free pass in looting hundreds of millions in contracts and land sales to other corrupt individuals and companies. Is this some sort of ploy to screw us at contract time? Probably not, as we're going to get screwed anyway. But we figure we have to ask, "What the heck is up?"
In the meantime, go read the Channel 7 story. Nice to see some good news for a change.
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