Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Skokie's New Nazi Problem - The Skokie PD -- Skokie Thug Cop, Michael Hart, Finally Indicted

In 1978 Skokie was the subject of national attention when it sought to stop a group of ragtag neo-Nazis from marching through the 40% Jewish suburb.

Skokie's Gestapo Thug Cop Michael Hart

It failed at that as the courts upheld the Nazis' rights to peaceably assemble and demonstrate.

This past March, a thuggish veteran Skokie Cop by the name of Michael Hart, slammed a 110 pound woman into a concrete cell fixture, causing massive destruction of her facial structure, loss of innumerable teeth and massive blood loss.

The victim of this latest Skokie Police brutality, one Cassandra Feuerstein, has suffered loss of vision and ongoing dental problems. She has had titanium plates inserted into her facial bones.

This happened on March 10th. It was captured on videotape.

What did Skokie do about this?

Skokie's Officials Knew Nothing, Nothing!!

Kind of like Sergeant Schultz in Hogan's Heroes, they saw Nothing, Nothing, Nothing!!!!

It was only after Feurstein hired an attorney who released the video to the news media that the Village of Skokie's attention was at all piqued to this blatant Gestapo-like behavior.

It was only after today's indictment of Skokie Gestapo officer Hart, by Cook County States Attorney Anita Alverez,  on 2 felony counts, that Herr Hart was suspended from his police duties.
The Victim of Skokie's Storm Trooper Cops

Skokie Obergruppenfuhrer, Al Rigoni, (Skokie's Village Manager for life) said that the village was waiting for the State's Attorney to act "Before completing its own investigation. -- This 7 months after the fact.

Skokie Fuhrer, George Van Dusen (Skokie's Democrat Machine Mayor) said "I am proud of the work the Skokie Police Department does every day,” Mayor George Van Dusen said in the village’s released statement. Our officers perform a difficult job extraordinarily well.”

Van Dusen said it is every officer’s duty to treat members of the public professionally and respectfully. He promised the village would complete its review shortly and take appropriate actions."

Well, Mein Fuhrer, that's rather like when the members of Adolf Hitler's Supreme Reich Command decided to look into peace talks with the Allied Armies.

Only after outside forces had blown their cities to smithereens.

Skokie has a new Nazi problem. It is within.

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