CeaseFire “Violence Interrupter” Arrested for… Violence

Chicago, Illinois is one of the nation’s most anti-gun cities, which is also why it has one of the highest murder and sexual assault rates of any large metro area in the U.S.

One of Chicago’s methods of reducing violence is through a program called CeaseFire, which “sends former gang members into targeted neighborhoods to defuse conflicts before they erupt into violence.”

CeaseFire is an arm of CureViolence.org, an anti-gun organization that seeks “to reduce violence globally using disease control and behavior change methods.”Violence Interrupter

So when Richard Hernandez was working for CeaseFire, he was supposed to be serving his community as a “Violence Interrupter.” But instead of interrupting any violence, he was carrying it out an unassuming 17-year-old girl as he raped her in a junkyard.

According to the Sun Times:

Hernandez faces 36 counts charging him with sexually assaulting and kidnapping a teenage girl while he worked for the program, the Chicago Sun-Times has learned. He’s among at least nine employees of the anti-violence program to face serious criminal charges in recent years.

Hernandez, 46, started as a temporary worker in December 2010 before becoming a $16-an-hour “violence interrupter” in May 2013, records show. The program is affiliated with the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Violent criminals often hide in positions of authority. And they always prefer their victims (and any potential witnesses) to be unarmed. That way they can perpetrate any manner of crime without fear of resistance or retribution.

Hernandez should have never been allowed anywhere near an organization such as this. Given his extensive criminal past, the city was quite literally “asking for it” when they put him in a position of authority. Reports reveal:

Hernandez is a ranking member of the Maniac Latin Disciples gang, prosecutors said. He was sentenced to prison for a 2006 gun conviction and a 2005 drug conviction, court records show.

Tio Hardiman, a former director of CeaseFire Illinois, said he was unaware of Hernandez’s continued involvement in a gang. But he said Hernandez was effective in cooling off conflicts in Humboldt Park and Hermosa.

“You take a chance on these guys, but some of them drop out,” Hardiman said. “If [Hernandez] is found guilty, he should be sentenced to the fullest extent of the law. The focus should be on the healing process for this young lady.”

Hardiman himself was arrested last summer and charged with domestic violence. The charges were later dropped. He is now running for governor of Illinois.

CeaseFire’s contract with Chicago expired in September 2013 and was not renewed by the city.

  • icetrout

    just cut it off to the nub…

  • iprazhm

    Sadly this is a prime example of a government program’s chicken’s coming home to roost.
    Like the DCF/CPS, it’s merely another destructive government overreach that starts out looking good but ends up doing significantly more harm. That is the nature of government programs and those they employee. They start to believe they are godlike and refuse to ever believe they have limits to their authority, that they are wrong, or that they will ever not be needed. In fact most programs will falsify records to show the ‘good’ they are doing and that they fill a critical need.
    Not only do they continue doing what they do, but they always grow, gaining more power.
    Those in charge of gov programs refuse to let them die and will do anything to keep their meal tickets, even when it means destroying other human beings.

  • Vito monopoli

    Another liberal idea that doesn’t work.

  • tax man

    Another fine young “If I had a son” types that should be living in the White House with the Obama family!

    • tinkerunique

      ALSO – The “White House” should be a staging area for the “undocumented immigrants” crossing the border, and let Moochelle help take care of them (scabies and lice included).

      • brucethompson22

        Why not, there’s one living there already.

        • Huckleberry44

          YES INDEED

      • Janet Ritchie

        Good idea! The White House is large enough to house at least a dozen or more “undocumented immigrants” along with their kids. And Mochelle can feed them from her own WH garden! She could even teach them about eating a nutritious diet. With all the “aides” that she has, I’m sure that she can find one or two that can assist her in caring for these lost souls.

        • William Menikheim

          Wait a minute! They aren’t “undocumented immigrants” anymore. They are now “migrants”. You really must keep up with the trends. 😉

          • Janet Ritchie

            Oops! My bad! “Migrants” it is!

          • Huckleberry44

            Ummm they are NOW refugees!!

          • William Menikheim

            NOW, as in National Organization of Women?

    • ags4ever

      Yeah, in the same bedrooms with one or both of the obama “daughters”. One can just bet that obama would accept such an arrangement–heavy sarcasm intended.

    • michael cates

      taxman you are exactly right the if i had a son right he would be just

      this thug gang member that gang member trevon martin was in the gang a his so-called was also the young thug was email other gang members when he robed and beat them he was try to buy a gun zimmerman knew it the nig was up to no good how many more citizens would havebeen robed shot killed and raped but black just think he was fine young boy thank god we did not have to pay for he sorry ass in prison for 30-40 years house him feed him free health care that o-nig-bama is the same way destroying america

      • Sharon


        • michael cates

          right back at you

  • danny kimbrel

    Yes , i guess this is a continuation of our pathetic Governors attempt to quell the crimes perpetrated by gang members, let the insane control the insane asylum . When the city gets real leadership and takes a no nonsense approach to the problem, the murders will drop to a level not seen in almost 100 years, but really, what do you expect from a city that names a street after a known murderer ? And Tio Hardiman no F#kn way he will be worse than the current clown in the position !!!!!!!!!!!!

    • iprazhm

      Hey, they are illegally allowing, even INVITING foreign thugs here to help overthrow the country. They gotta do something with these masses breaking the laws so they give them jobs in government programs. Nothing new here…

    • Janet Ritchie

      New York City did it. Crime there has dropped significantly. Why? “Stop and Frisk”. But now with the new Mayor (who’s married to a black woman) that program that worked so well is ended. I wonder how long it will take before the NYC crime rate rises again. These liberal jerks just never learn.

      • ags4ever

        so you accept the clear violation of the fourth amendment to the Constitution embodied in the unconstitutional “stop and frisk” routine? Who cares if it “worked well”!!! It was and is a violation of the Constitution to stop people arbitrarily on the street and search their persons. It always has been. That you hate the constitution and freedom is quite obvious.

        • Janet Ritchie

          No,I’ll say it for the fourth time, since you obviously can’t understand the written word. I don’t accept it and I am glad that it is not being used. It did seem to reduce the crime rate, but even that statistic is questionable, and it clearly is a violation of a person’s rights. Now, will you drop it, please. You are getting extremely tiresome.

          • ags4ever

            when you proclaim that that clearly unconstitutional practice “worked” you indicate you supported it when it was happening. I hope that I am indeed getting through to you that violating the constitutionally protected civil rights of anyone is completely and totally unacceptable.

      • Troy Lawson

        Stop and frisk? Really? I’d refuse and resist and not cooperate! Wiskey Tango Foxtrot???!!! First of all you need a warrant. Second, you need probable cause, which you wouldn’t have if you randomly stop and search people. Where are our constitutional rights? Glad I don’t live in NYC. I’ve never been there and I doubt I’ll ever go there as I don’t think there is anything there for me. Now especially if I dont have any constitutional rights. Foxtrot them!
        Troy Lawson

        • Janet Ritchie

          Don’t worry, Troy. S&F is no more. You can safely go to NYC now. The policy was found unconstitutional and was repealed about a year ago. Although it seemed to reduce the crime rate, most people, including myself did not approve and the ACLU took it to court when the new Mayor, DeBlasio came on board. The ruling was clear: so now there is no S&F without probable cause. Crime rates dropped when it was in practice, and we may see them rise, but overall NYC is much safer now than even 10 years ago and is far safer than Washington DC, Chicago or New Orleans. It really is a great place to visit, see a show, shop or visit MOMA or the Museum of Natural History, to name a few. Make sure that you take the ferry trip to see the Statue of Liberty at night. It’s quite a sight. And now the Memorial to 9/11 is open. That alone is worth the trip, bring a handkerchief, you can’t go without being moved to tears.

          • ags4ever

            baloney. It is still the crime capital of the USA, for more violent crimes are committed every year in NYC than in any other city in the country. (the only thing that makes their crime rates low is that their population is more than twice that of any other city).

      • Bill Sell

        You are the perfect example of how we lost our liberty. Given the option, you would surrender every freedom at the feet of those that enslave us Giving up freedom in the name of safety.. You will lose both and deserve neither.. Freedoms have costs, they are not free. Ask any veteran that served so you can spout such mindless and dangerous bullshit.

  • old_salty_dawg99

    This thing is why we should and must restore the death penalty to rapists and those who kill. He got into this program just so he COULD do whatever he wanted and not get caught. Abolish this and other such IGNORANCE based programs and restore Justice to the Legal system. Until Americans wake up and say NO MORE to the IGNORANCE that is LIBERALISM this type of STUPIDITY will continue to run rampant.

    • iprazhm

      “Abolish this and other such IGNORANCE based programs…”

      That would be all government programs, and I fully support that idea.

  • tom2

    If he hurries, Hardiman might get a chance to play checkers with Blagojevich. Illinois and Chicago voters seem unable to break the mold and elect leaders outside the criminal world. I wonder if voter fraud ever occurs in Illinois. Oh that’s right. The democrats say that never happens.

  • Bob Delich

    As the old saying goes, “It’s like putting the fox in charge of the chicken coop.” Furthermore, what does this say about the police force in Chicago or the unsuccessful residue from the community organizer, Oblama? His area is deemed the worse in Chicago.

  • pFeather

    Further evidence that progressives are insane and stupid.

    • Bill Sell

      Progressives are NOT insane and stupid, they are the most dangerous component of bringing absolute tyranny Sic semper tyrannis young man, Thus always to tyrants.

      • pFeather

        My point was that progressives are so wrong on every issue which makes them insane and stupid but you’re right they’re cunning and dangerous to America and freedom.

  • Robert Chuk

    Having lived in Chicago and surrounding areas for many years I am quite aware of what the city does “have to offer”, namely – a “political machine” that goes back for decades – I might add, a Democratic machine that never has had anything but control, no good ideas nor leadership, but just control. It’s quite the same in other cities, Detroit, St.Louis Cleveland, etc. etc., etc., but yes, Chicago not only has the worst reputation but the most deserved one as well.

    It’s not just that the Democrats aren’t “good” and the opposition (namely Republicans) are any better, it’s just because of the complacency of the voters – thinking nothing can change, all politicians are the same, and all the rest of the excuses used by people who just tolerate the norm.

    One thing that would definitely work to the advantage of all would be truth in sentencing, no deal cutting for ANY crime on the books, no easy-outs because of the built in loopholes, clamp down on the crooked, YES, I said crooked judges and lawyers who “run the show”, and education, not of “yes, we can”, but a mentality of “NO, we won’t put up with this – but YES, we will make the necessary changes”, even if it means throwing out ALL of the “ins” and starting over from scratch.

    The saying of “it’s for the children” should be changed to “it’s for the people”…

    • Janet Ritchie

      I agree. But it will take a very large fire hose with enormous water pressure to clean out Chicago. It reminds me of Mexico. The crime lords and gangs run everything and own everybody. Sleazy politicians are about the only ones left in Chicago to run things because good people are forced out or quit in disgust.

      • ags4ever

        That’s because people like you, who support violation of the Constitution every day, kept voting people like obama into office.

        • Robert Chuk

          To ags4ever (in your message to Janet Ritchie)

          I doubt very much that Janet Ritchie EVER voted for the (Muslim representative to the U.S. – presently stationed in the White House), and as to voting or the Demogogic Party (Communist Front Party), well, that should be considered as nothing less than a treasonable offense, punishable with nothing less than a stretch in rehabilitation.

          • ags4ever

            Her statements led me to state what I said. I stand by those statements.

          • Janet Ritchie

            Nonsense! I don’t “hate the Constitution” at all. I made a truthful observation. I never said that I endorsed “Stop and Frisk”. What I said was that it had reduced the incidence of crime and that with it’s repeal, crime was likely to rise. That was a truthful observation and NOTHING more. If you don’t like the truth, then you are the “liberal” one who believes every bit of blarney coming out of the WH. Don’t you dare tar me with your “liberal” brush! Learn how to read before you make any more comments, and i suggest that you also consider learning how to THINK

          • ags4ever

            You “don’t hate the constitution”, but you supported a clearly unconstitutional program used by NYC’s police agencies. That shows that you either hate the constitution or you don’t know or care what the constitution says. It doesn’t matter if the unconstitutional practice reduced crime or not–it was and is still unconstitutional, and a blight on freedom. So you still are a hater of freedom. You cannot even make a statement about another without making a false assumption about them. I’d suggest you learn what the Constitution says, and how to think yourself before you post such nonsense again.

          • Janet Ritchie

            That’s it, you sniveling little rodent. DO NOT post to me again. You are the south end of a donkey headed north. You obviously cannot read or you would have understood that I want no more of your snot-nosed braying about your misinterpretation of my posts. You want to fight, little man? You haven’t got the constitutional fortitude, or the intelligence to tangle with me. You, and people like you bore me. You are stupid, self-absorbed and everlastingly adolescent. Any further posts from you will be deleted prior to reading. That means you will have no one to fight with and will have to resort to playing with your sorry self.

          • ags4ever

            Typical liberal response, calling others names when you know you have lost the argument. All you prove by such things, Ms. Ritchie, is that you are the intolerant person that I stated you are. Nothing you say about me has the least semblance of truth. And in any case, you can do nothing to stop me from posting the truth about your statements. You claim you “don’t hate the Constitution” but you clearly state that you think that NYC’s unconstitutional “stop and frisk” program was a “success” because “crime went down”. It doesn’t matter whether crime went down or not–the practice was and is totally unconstitutional.

          • DannaStevens

            During WWll, treason was handled by a firing squad. Sounds good enough to me!

          • ags4ever

            Hmm. Very familiar with the history of the USA during WW Two. Don’t recall anyone ever being executed by firing squad for “treason” or any other crime (except possibly murder in one state-Utah- that still, IIRC, allows execution by firing squad.

            No one was ever charged with treason in the USA during WW Two–not even the one representative (Ms. Jeanette Rankin, the first woman elected to Congress in 1916, who voted against declaration of War against Germany in 1917), who voted against the declaration of war against japan on December 8, 1941. Ms. Rankin was not re-elected to Congress the following year, though.).

          • DannaStevens

            I think I remember being told about a couple who were arrested for treason during WWll & executed by a firing squad. Could be wrong-maybe that was the sentence, but wasn’t carried out. Will have to check & see what I can find on it. W/what is fixing to happen in CA tomorrow, it’s probably time for arrests to commence & I don’t mean the people!!!

          • ags4ever

            The Rosenbergs were arrested for spying on the USA, convicted and executed in New York State in the electric chair. Were you thinking of them? they released highly classified information on the construction of the Atomic Bomb to the soviet union, and were responsible for the USSR being able to detonate their first atom bomb in 1948 or 1949 (IIRC). And KGB files released to the public in 1995 proved beyond a shadow of any doubt that they were paid soviet spies, despite the efforts of the leftists to paint them as “victims” of right wingers.

          • ags4ever

            Her claimed support of the clearly unconstitutional practice of “stop and frisk” negates anything else she might state.

        • Janet Ritchie

          How in H***L do you “know” how I voted or for whom? In fact, how do equate what I said about “Stop & Frisk” as evidence that I am against the Constitution? I merely made an observation, that while S&F was in place, incidence of violent crime dropped. That is a FACT. If you care to dispute it, I can give you the statistics. I never endorsed it and I never would, because it was ruled unconstitutional. The mere fact that it seemed to work is an OBSERVATION, not an endorsement. You are a nasty little piece of work who ought to learn to read and clearly has some ax to grind. Well here is my suggestion to you, Sonny, grind your ax on someone else. You picked the wrong target and if I hear any more of your verbal
          garbage, I will verbally tear your little pointed head right off your narrow little shoulders and stuff it down your pants.

          • Tec Sg Beatty

            I KNEW there was something I liked about you!

          • Janet Ritchie

            Thanks, Tec Sg Beatty. My Dad was a Marine. He taught me how to fight, both physically and verbally. He served in WWII and after the war he went back to college on the GI Bill and earned his PhD. He never took any flak from anyone, but it took a lot to get him angry. I’m a lot like him I guess.

          • ags4ever

            Obviously doesn’t take much except the truth to rile you though.

          • Tec Sg Beatty

            Mine was a Combat Paratroop Engineer during the Korean War. Learned a lot from him, too.

          • ags4ever

            When you stated that it was too bad that the new mayor of new york city had abandoned the unconstitutional “stop and frisk” program, that you claimed had “worked” you were stating that violation of the constitution was a good idea if it reduced crime. That’s what anti-gunners are advocating–violation of the second amendment to “reduce crime” No difference between your attitude and theirs.

            As I stated before and will continue to state, the alleged fact that crime had dropped while that unconstitutional violation of people’s civil rights was going on was IRRELEVANT, for it was an unconstitutional violation of civil rights. You stated you agreed with it and implied you wanted to see that violation of civil rights continued.

            You are the one with an ax to grind, apparently, for it appears my truthful statements about you hit a nerve. I’m really scared of your inability to do anything about my truthful statements about your recorded views.

          • Janet Ritchie

            You are just a braying donkey. I have clarified my statement at least 5 times now, and you insist on berating the point. Don’t you have anything better to do than troll this site and make a nuisance of yourself? Grow up little boy. Wipe the spittle off your mouth and the snot off your nose and do find another cause celebre. I am sick of your petty insults and your holier than thou statements. You are a phony and a troublemaker without anything of worth to say. You prove it every time you open your little nasty mouth and excrete bilge.

          • ags4ever

            Doesn’t matter. You still stated that you supported that unconstitutional program. And your preference for calling others names still shows that you know that you’ve lost your argument, for you prove that you know you have no facts of any kind whatever or any form of logic or reasoning to support your hate filled opinions. Your comments also prove that you are not as intelligent as you think you are, or as mature, for you make yourself appear to be a puerile little kid on the playground who is caught telling a lie.

          • ags4ever

            Did I state that you voted for any particular person? NO. You are delusional if you think I did. I merely stated you supported the “Stop and Frisk” prorgram even though it was and is unconstitutional.

            Your hate speech shows you know that you’ve lost the argument. Nothing you have said is worth anything. I’m really scared of your total inability to do anything about what I said.

      • Robert Chuk

        To Janet Ritchie

        Ja, I have also lived in Mexico, Monterrey, San Nicolas de la Garza, and San Miguel de Allende – and the only place we really felt free and safe was in San Miguel, of course, they had, aside from the local Police, there was a Military attachment, and of too, the Federales also made their presence know. But whatever, you could walk around town at ANY time of the night (alone or with others), and had no worries as to crime. It is a very sad shame that the DL’s have taken over, but that again is due to corruption at each and every level of government, local, State, or Federal. The Military too has been “dirtied”, but the Navy is about the cleanest they’ve got at present, and most likely, that will remain a fact for quite some time.

  • markypolo

    Of course this is just another one of those “brilliant” Democrat policies designed to make Democrats look so “compassionate” for the moron mass. I do wonder when the white( not to sound racist or to generalize, but government IS largely supported by the white working class) American taxpayer will get fed up with supporting these morons. Lets stop working. I did. I now live like the Democrats, Social Security, Food Stamps and Medicare.

  • J. Harp

    Hernandez is just another criminal employee of the “doublespeak” subversive organization known as CeaseFire! Barack Insane Obama is just like Hernandez, only with a greater degree of refinement! Hernandez is just another criminal gang banger whom the Obama minions in Chicago gave a $16.00 per hour “job” as cover to work for that corrupt bastard, Obama! Hernandez and Obama . . . one criminal working for another. Does that make CeaseFire subject to RICO statutes?!

  • Frank W Brown

    A Country Founded by Geniuses but Run by Idiots!

    If you can get arrested for hunting or fishing without a license, but

    not for entering and remaining in the country illegally — you might

    live in a nation that was founded by geniuses but is run by idiots.

    If you have to get your parents’ permission to go on a field trip or

    to take an aspirin in school, but not to get an abortion — you might

    live in a nation that was founded by geniuses but is run by idiots.

    If you MUST show your identification to board an airplane, cash a

    check, buy liquor, or check out a library book and rent a video, but not

    to vote for who runs the government — you might live in a nation that

    was founded by geniuses but is run by idiots.

    If the government wants to prevent stable, law-abiding citizens from

    owning gun magazines that hold more than ten rounds, but gives twenty

    F-16 fighter jets to the crazy new leaders in Egypt — you might live in a

    nation that was founded by geniuses but is run by idiots.

    If, in the nation’s largest city, you can buy two 16-ounce sodas, but

    not one 24-ounce soda, because 24-ounces of a sugary drink might make

    you fat — you might live in a nation that was founded by geniuses but is

    run by idiots.

    If an 80-year-old woman or a three-year-old girl who is confined to a

    wheelchair can be strip-searched by the TSA at the airport, but a woman

    in a burka or a hijab is only subject to having her neck and head

    searched — you might live in a nation that was founded by geniuses but

    is run by idiots.

    If your government believes that the best way to eradicate trillions

    of dollars of debt is to spend trillions more — you might live in a

    nation that was founded by geniuses but is run by idiots.

    If a seven-year-old boy can be thrown out of school for saying his

    teacher is “cute,” but hosting a sexual exploration or diversity class

    in grade school is perfectly acceptable — you might live in a nation

    that was founded by geniuses but is run by idiots.

    If hard work and success are met with higher taxes and more

    government regulation and intrusion, while not working is rewarded with

    Food Stamps, WIC checks, Medicaid benefits, subsidized housing, and free

    cell phones — you might live in a nation that was founded by geniuses

    but is run by idiots.

    If the government’s plan for getting people back to work is to

    provide incentives for not working, by granting 99 weeks of unemployment

    checks, without any requirement to prove that gainful employment was

    diligently sought, but couldn’t be found — you might live in a nation

    that was founded by geniuses but is run by idiots.

    If you pay your mortgage faithfully, denying yourself the newest

    big-screen TV, while your neighbor buys iPhones, time shares, a

    wall-sized do-it-all plasma screen TV and new cars, and the government

    forgives his debt when he defaults on his mortgage — you might live in a

    nation that was founded by geniuses but is run by idiots.

    If being stripped of your Constitutional right to defend yourself

    makes you more “safe” according to the government — you might live in a

    nation that was founded by geniuses but is run by idiots.

    If the media panders to your openly socialist leader while the IRS targets groups with dissenting views— you might live in a nation that was founded by geniuses but is run by idiots.

    If your government ‘cracks down’ on legal gun sales to law abiding citizens while secretly supplying illegal guns to Mexican drug cartels— you might live in a nation that was founded by geniuses but is run by idiots.

    If your local government (Chicago) outlawed gun ownership for ‘the safety of its citizens’ and now boasts the worst murder rate in the country — you might live in a nation that was founded by geniuses but is run by idiots.

    What a country!

    How about we give God a reason to continue blessing America?

    This was borrowed from another blog, please spread it far and wide!

    • ags4ever

      Every item in the foregoing comment is true. No names were changed to protect the guilty. No facts were invented. Everything is absolutely true.

      • Janet Ritchie

        My, what an erudite and profound statement! You must be a genius or are you just playing at one for the edification of all the other readers here? Save your breath, sonny. You sound as stupid as you probably look. Push your glasses up! That’s right. Now, close your mouth and breathe through your nose! There, now you resemble a human being, at least temporarily. No one wants to listen to a nasal little whiny brat with nothing much to say. Oh, and stand up straight! You can do that can’t you?

        • ags4ever

          again with the insults, proving beyond a shadow of any doubt that you are the puerile little child that you accuse others of being. Nothing you state has anything but hatred and spleen driving it.

    • DannaStevens


    • Robert Chuk

      To Frank W. Brown –

      Congratulations – you have hit the nail right on the head…

      Thank you & God Bless you

  • MortarMan107

    “Violent criminals often hide in positions of authority. And they always
    prefer their victims (and any potential witnesses) to be unarmed. That
    way they can perpetrate any manner of crime without fear of resistance
    or retribution.”

    Sounds like the author is describing Liberal/Progressive/Socialist government. Criminals can feel safer on the job knowing they have such staunch back-up on high. What better way for criminals to rob, rape, assault and plunder society than by RUNNING IT??

  • Doc

    Ever since the education system went federal we have been sliding into this abis. They have been using this to program our children for decades. Time for the feds to stay in DC and out of our homes, cities and State business.

  • Janet Ritchie

    I can’t imagine why Chicago didn’t renew it’s contract with CeaseFire, since they are such outstanding citizens. Right! The whole lot of them ought to be in jail. They paid this rapist $16/ an hour! No wonder Chicago is going broke. I got paid less as a substitute teacher with a Master’s degree. Disgusting!

    • ags4ever

      Yet you support violation by police in NYC (and presumably everywhere else) of a citizen’s right not to be searched without a search warrant. Your comments are quite hypocritical.

  • Huckleberry44

    A typical obama voter

  • nimbii

    These are our wonderful sociologists and criminologists who trade in part on the idea they can perfect people. Results point out otherwise.

  • Maria castro

    Obama’s militia….and now he has the perfect excuse for martial law, distributing the little children “ to `11 to 18 year olds into our society; these are members of those terrifying gangs of Central America. They are dumping them on us, and someone is paying for it. Those families cannot pay Coyotes and Coyotes do not work for free. Obama needs them, what a great excuse that will be to get his way with disarming America and declaring martial law. Demand to send them back. Stop making big mistakes, America!

  • Philip Warden

    Yep!!! you can take them out of the jungle… but you can’t take the jungle out of them….Call me what ever you will..BUT we have, and our being invaded..,with the HELP of that RECTUM loving,UNAMERICAN UNGODLY,COMMIE BASTARD,in the white House…If you can,t see the end results,of all this.(civil war)or The late GREAT USA,becoming a Third world country..Then you need to wear you sign,Obamanite,Sheep,DEMADAN,COMMIE,Or just plain DUMB ASS,KILL THEM ALL LET ALLAH,and his Child molesting spokesman Mohammad SORT them OUT with them 72 virgin homosexual goat humpers.

  • Paladin

    The libs just keep on giving…

  • Chapter 30 of Revolution 2016 is about Chicago gang violence. Dispatcher to woman caller, “Don’t resist. Let him have his way. If you don’t fight, he may not hurt you.” Woman, “IT’S A THEM! I’m going to be gang raped. HELP ME!” Unfortunately, the poor woman was about to learn in times of emergency you have to help yourself. The book is about gun control legislation and its unintended consequences.

  • Mav

    Typical. Libtards just can’t seem to get it through their mushy heads that “evil” is found in human beings — not inanimate objects (like guns, knives, etc.)

  • coconuisse

    “Violent criminals often hide in positions of authority.” Really? I’m guessing that Hernandez found that all the political positions in and around Chicago were already filled.

  • James Earp

    This is the Clinton, bush. Nightmare all.over..same old. Let. The worse criminals. Take control of.lesser criminals. Long running. Killers was sent in and did hurt the innocent. In protected positions. But some the.people fought.back on.and. ended.their free crime spree. It was their only option .

  • supergun

    The politicians continue to break the law in that city.

  • disqus_5igdOYvsh3

    I know Richard good and the way they word this story is crazy,”unassuming 17yr old” my ass y she go to the sox game?y didn’t she YELL RAPE!! IN THE JUNK YARD?cause she wasn’t raped,she carried the interactions on for 2yrs!17 yr olds are in prison but I’m sure there just unassuming tho..RH keep ur head up brother this ain’t keeping u down. -scarface