|State Rep. Monique Davis (from the black south side of Chicagoland) blames Chicago police officers for the unsolved murders. In actuality, it's just her constituents like these gentlemen pictured above|
She has also argued the violence plaguing her community is from outside, nefarious forces; no, it isn't her constituents killing one another, but the police of Chicago[State Rep.: ‘Maybe The Police Are Killing Some Of These Kids’, CBS Chicago, July 19, 2013]:
An Illinois state representative has publicly raised the possibility that Chicago police officers might be the ones responsible for the unsolved murders of black youths in Chicago.
State Rep. Monique Davis (D-Chicago) was interviewed about Chicago crime Tuesday on WCHB-AM in Detroit.
“I’m going to tell you what some suspicions have been, and people have whispered to me: they’re not sure that black people are shooting all of these children,” Davis said.
“There’s some suspicion – and I don’t want to spread this, but I’m just going to tell you what I’ve been hearing – they suspect maybe the police are killing some of these kids.”
When WBBM asked Davis if she thinks it’s possible that police are killing children, she said, “I don’t know. I don’t know that they are, and I don’t know that they aren’t, since no one’s been arrested. We don’t know who’s doing it.”
Davis called a news conference at her South Side legislative office Friday to says that, while some of her constituents believe that, she does not, nor does she believes she owes anyone an apology.
“My community believes that,” she said. “Should I apologize for my community’s beliefs?”"My community believes that -- should I apologize for my community's belief?" said Rep. Davis.
No, but she should read the Chicago Tribune for the true source/identity of those killing 'her' constituents
[3 charged in shooting of 4-year-old girl, Chicago Tribune, August 1, 2013]:
Three teenagers have been charged with attempted murder in the shooting of a 4-year-old girl as she rode her scooter near her grandmother's home early this week, authorities said.
Laquan Waters, 18, Tyrese Pearson, 17, and Roosevelt Stevens, 15, have been charged with attempted murder in the shooting about 4:55 p.m. Monday of Khalise Weatherspoon, said Cook Count state's attorney's spokeswoman Tandra Simonton. Khalise was the fourth child age 7 or younger to be shot and wounded in Chicago in July.Yes, black people shooting one another (even children), is the reason Chicago Public Schools students are writing letters to their congressman telling them "they want to live." [Children Share Personal Stories At Program On Gun Violence, CBS Chicago, July 10, 2013].
The girl was on a scooter, playing with her 3-year-old brother and two older sisters just down the block from their grandmother's home near 71st and Rockwell streets in Marquette Park, when two gunmen stepped out of an alley and opened fire about 4:55 p.m. Monday, according to family and police. Khalise was struck in the abdomen and a 31-year-old man was also hit.
The girl was taken by a neighbor to Holy Cross Hospital, then transferred to Mount Sinai Hospital, where she was listed in good condition. The man suffered a gunshot wound to the buttocks and was taken to Holy Cross Hospital.
Earlier in the week, police had no description of the shooters. Detectives were able to track down the suspects despite lack of cooperation from Khalise's family in identifying the shooters, an official said today.
Waters, of the 6900 block of South Artesian Avenue, Pearson, of the 9300 block of South Greenwood, and Stevens, of the 7200 block of South Wentworth--who is being charged as an adult--were expected to appear in Cook County Central Bond Court on Saturday, Simonton said.
Three other young children were shot and wounded in Chicago in July:
• A 7-year-old boy was shot in the neck in Cole Park in the Chatham neighborhood on July 3.
• Jaden Donald, 5, was shot in the chest at Cooper Park in the West Pullman neighborhood early on July 4.
• Quianna Tomplins, 6, was shot while riding a scooter in the Roseland neighborhood July 20. She was at a memorial for a man shot to death on the same street five years ago.
But let's keep blaming some outside 'conspiracy' as the source of the violence, shall we?
"My community believes that -- should I apologize for my community's belief?"
You should apologize on behalf of your community for what they've done to not only the south side of Chicagoland, but to any community in America they've blighted and turned into a veritable war zone.