And they wonder where the crime problem comes from. America's 1st Freedom | The Hole In Chicago's Excuses.
Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy admits that of the nearly 700 people arrested for gun possession in the first three months of 2015, 75 percent of them were back on the streets by June. “Criminals are not being held accountable,” he says.
A fair number of gun laws are federal…
In 2014 in Chicago, over 2,500 people were shot—nearly 400 of them fatally—and police seized more than 6,252 guns. Yet out of those 6,252 guns seized, Fardon’s federal prosecutors saw fit to pursue just 62 weapons prosecutions. In other words, for every 100 guns police seized, federal prosecutors made just one prosecution.
Indeed, there is a study that shows Chicago near the bottom nationally for prosecuting gun crimes.
They blame the guns, not the criminals. They clamor for more laws, when they don’t bother to prosecute the laws currently on the books. Do they want to solve the crime problem? Doesn’t look that way.