Thursday, January 3, 2013

It's called a cover-up on complete failure - Feds drop escape charge in downtown prison break

REMEMBER: When there is a trial on a charge, all of it becomes public....
Feds don't want the public how screwed up the MCC Prison is!


The townhouse in the 2300 block of north Bosworth Avenue in Chicago where escaped bank robber Joseph Banks (inset) was captured. (Antonio Perez, Chicago Tribune)
In a surprise move, prosecutors dropped an escape charge against an inmate who climbed out of a South Loop prison but was captured later. He still faces up to 80 years in prison.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Shhh... Can you keep a secret?

Good. You can work for the government.

What the public does not know can hurt them. Still... FUCK THEM!

Anonymous said...

Lots more to this story. I don't believe they even went down the bed sheets. I figure they walked right out the door.

Anonymous said...

Thats b.s. since when is the fed interested in saving money on bullshit trials? Maybe this kid is Obamas son? You know if he had a son he may look like this character.

Anonymous said...

Actually pretty amusing. The plan here boys is to try to trick the white guy into coming back on his own. Thats a great plan, only problem is, hes not doing it. Now if the roles where reversed, dookie might actually fall for the old carrot on a stick.

Anonymous said...

My guess is the escape would have been a big embarassment to the feds. Maybe a guard or two were paid off or as mentioned the guys just walked out. If you charge him, all that would be brought up in court records and made public. Now the feds can do an intrnal investigation and a cover up

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Anonymous said...
Lots more to this story. I don't believe they even went down the bed sheets. I figure they walked right out the door.

January 3, 2013 3:18 PM


Idiocracy

Anonymous said...

And once in a while someone will get on a blog and call for the FEDS to investigate some criminal act in the city. What a joke.

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Anonymous said...
Lots more to this story. I don't believe they even went down the bed sheets. I figure they walked right out the door.

January 3, 2013 3:18 PM

So true, the thread count doesn't hold up.

Anonymous said...

On a similiar note, i always tell people to head for the closest expressway if thry think theyre about to be stopped for a traffic violation by the cpd...no consequence.

Anonymous said...

Just like the government to be the biggest liars in the whole dam country.

Anonymous said...

So now the honkey can run without and never face any consequence. Go honkey. Dumb shine escapes prison and goes to live with other Moorish chimps 4 miles away from the prison. It's obvious honkey man just brought good Will-El along just for interference.

Anonymous said...

The Black fellow who was arrested still has about $500,000 that was never recoeverd from his stickups. I am sure he found a few guards at the jail willing to help out for a nice tip.

Anonymous said...

This shows the depth of corruption. Citizens should demand to know how this happened. We pay for this shit.

Anonymous said...

Funny most of the Fed jail guards have college degrees too!