CHICAGO – Mayor Rahm Emanuel blew up the deal with "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett in his city this week, calling the surprise public prosecutor's act a "blame for justice" in which the "rulers" are treated differently – but now Some backtrack and say that his statements on accountability are nothing less than hypocrisy.
"To hear Mayor Rahm Emanuel designate the prosecutors' decision to accept an alternative solution to the Smollett case as a" whitewashing of justice "in a city with a police and prosecutorial history that is so confusing that ours not only wrong, but basically ridiculous rang "wrote opinion maker Mikki Kendall. "Whether personal beliefs about whether Smollett has told the whole truth, part of the truth, or an obvious lie when attacked, there is no reality in which the mayor of Chicago or the head of the Chicago police have the truth moral authority to judge everyone's morality. "
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. Emanuel had several temperamental outbursts on television this week ̵
"Mr. Smollett still says he's innocent, still running down the Chicago Police Department … how dare he," said Emanuel. "How dare he, after all have seen, is there no decency in this man?"
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The Chicago people say Emanuel might want to look in the mirror.
"It would have been refreshing to see the mayor, during Emanuel's last days in the nation's office, show what a leader looks like when he acts graciously. Things are not going exactly as he says," he wrote Columnist of the Chicago Tribune, Dahleen Glanton, "But instead of behaving with dignity, Emanuel went into a fiery tantrum, aroused the flames of anger and pulled us further apart."
Eight years ago, when Emanuel, formerly President Barack Obama's disgusting Chief of Staff, voted Mayor, pledged to curb crime and corruption, and be the much-needed adult running America's third-largest city in America, but the numbers did not support his promise since taking office in 2011, Chicago has more than 20,000 According to the Chicago Police Department, the average number of murders per year was in the first Emanuel 541. The average number of murders per year before Emanuel took office was 463.
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Also Emanuel's promise to close the streets after taking office clean up, fell short of expectations.
"Chicago is still known as America's murder capital," said Professor Professor Dick Simpson and director of undergraduate studies at the University of Illinois in Chicago, Fox News in September. "(Emanuel) has made a great effort to deal with the problem, but was not successful."
Emanuel was also heavily criticized for dealing with racial relationships and his response to violent crime. He was accused of favoring Chicago's more prosperous north and east sides while ignoring the criminal, poverty-stricken areas south and west of the city.
The Emanuel government was also at the end of a notorious US Department of Justice of 2017 Chicago police routinely used excessive force, violated civil rights, and had a racial bias against blacks.
But nothing comes of his mischievous dealings and attempts to disguise the death of Laquan McDonald, a black teenager who was shot 16 times by white police near officer Jason Van Dyke. Grainy dash cam video showed McDonald, who writhed on the floor after shooting in pain.
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Emanuel's city barrister fought more than a year against the release of the video until 2015, when a judge publicly announced it. Many activists and community leaders accused Emanuel of trying to cover up the incident and bring the already fragile relationship between mayor and community to a standstill.
When it was finally released, the video triggered outrage and led to widespread protests calling for the Chicago Police Department to be undermined.
Jamie Dominguez, a professor of political science at Northwestern University, said: "The collection of these questions [The] has greatly affected his relationship with an important constituency that is fundamental to his electoral success. "
In 2017, Black Lives Matter and a handful of other groups sued the city after Emanuel refused to promise a federal judge to monitor any reforms.
"Chicago has proved time and time again that it is unable to end its own regime of terror, brutality and discriminatory policing," the lawsuit said. "Without supervision of the Federal Court, nothing will improve."
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Emanuel has also bothered with crime in some areas of the city. Most shootings in Chicago take place in the south and west sides of the city – in areas characterized not only by deteriorating neighborhoods but also by the need for rapid, efficient emergency response requests for transparency in the Smollett Saga and his remarks about why it is bad for the city, a special treatment to wealthy, well-connected people.