Saturday, May 10, 2014

State's Atty Anita Alvarez's Very Own Willie Horton

By rights, Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez should be in deep political hot water, but this is Chicago, so she's not.
Alleged Serial rapist Marcus Lynch

You see, our crack Latina chief prosecutor had the black Lakeview serial rapist, Marcus Lynch, in her clutches last December, but decided to let him go, whereon he went back to Wrigleyville and raped another white woman at knife point.
Cook Co. State's Atty Anita Alvarez
gave Lynch a "Get out of Jail Free" card

In December, a previous Lakeview white woman accused the portly, diminutive YMCA employee of raping her at knife point. He was arrested, but Alvarez gave him a "get out of jail free" card.

Alvarez's mouthpiece, one Sally Daly, said that Alvarez's crack legal team didn't think they could convict Lynch then, with the evidence they had.

This in the era of DNA testing, rape kits and surveillance cameras everywhere.

So the swarthy serial rapist waltzed out of Cook County jail to resume his interracial sex crime spree.

On April 14th he reputedly raped another white girl at knife point in a Lakeview alley.

This time, crime stopper Alvarez did manage to assemble video surveillance footage and a fingerprint. They also found the African-American with his latest white victim's cell phone and the double edged knife that he held to her throat.

Does anyone remember Willie Horton?

He was the vicious black thug who was given a weekend furlough from prison by Alvarez's fellow Democrat, the then-Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis.

The despicable creature then went out and invaded a young white couple's home, raping the wife at gunpoint and looting the place.

It became a major issue in the 1988 Presidential election and sealed Dukakis' electoral doom.

But Anita Alvarez has come out of this comparable mess, politically unscathed.

That's because, this is Chicago where the boobs who vote would elect John Wayne Gacy, himself, to be State's Attorney so long as he had a D after his name.

And this is Chicago, where there is no serious news media to even raise the issue of Alvarez's almost criminal incompetence.

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