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skinnyb82

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  1. ISP isn't looking into what the feds are looking into. Not parallel cases. Well, the predicate for opening AN investigation. ISP also can't do a thing to stop the feds from what is federal jurisdiction. Sent from my LM-G710VM using Tapatalk
  2. First thing that comes to mind is the DOJ action provides cover for ISP. "Oh, wait, WHAT? Goodness! Who is this Madigan guy and what is he up to?" That or ISP just needed an "in" (something public enough and outrages both sides of the aisle) and this is their foot in the door...and Kelly/ISP brass are actually running the agency and actually enforcing the law. Oh, to be a fly on the wall in the rooms where these decisions are made I've actually been told by an ISP investigator that they plan(ned) on investigating him after he retires. I don't know why it matters if he's in office but just relaying what a "source" has told me. If that's the case then round of applause, great strategy, wait until the criminal is finished committing crimes. Don't stop more crimes against the People of the State of Illinois. Sent from my LM-G710VM using Tapatalk
  3. An involuntary admission? Where adjudication occurs? Not the "admission by emergency certificate, conversion to voluntary" but straight up a judge shows up and "affirms" the involuntary hold? Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
  4. Could plead a deprivation of civil liberties under the color of law, due process as incorporated into 14A pleading. They're using the administrative state to deny rights of law-abiding citizens. It isn't constitutional and SCOTUS has already blown a giant hole in Auer deference, which is what would be applied here. "Government agencies know best and we shouldn't question them even if their conduct may be constitutional." is not something SCOTUS is a big fan of post-Trump. Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
  5. There's a very...ahem, "prestigious" college where I live that has...ahem, "students" (I can smell them before I see them, I'm not kidding) from all around the country (rich white kids ashamed of themselves aka leftists) and I got to talking to a couple of them as I get coffee at a local place known for employing the ones who bathe and aren't completely off their rocker. I heard from multiple students how they were being stopped for having California tags, New York tags, etc, and getting messed with about residency. I don't want them changing their residency to here and then packing my city council and county board with flaming liberals (too late) so I'm VERY sympathetic to their "plight." Do your four (or five, in many cases) years and go back to your home state. Already have enough problems here, don't need you people here making my life even more difficult. Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
  6. Actually college students frequently get screwed with over this exact thing. Cop sees someone driving with out of state tags, OK, find probable cause to stop vehicle. Ask for DL while asking "What do you do?" and student replies "I'm a college student." Cue the "I see you have a license from (state of residency). Why don't you have a (insert state here) license? Why haven't you established residency?" and subsequent grilling. I could see cops using that to develop RS for continued detention. Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
  7. Yes it's truly sickening but it doesn't paint half of the picture. Or barely half. There's a lot of financial crimes being committed in Chicago. Like...A LOT. Kim Foxx's husband is...well I strongly suggest those interested in money laundering and the like look into his company, Loop Capital. Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
  8. I was convicted of DUI even though I got supervision, did all of that, and the charges were "dismissed" (sealed record) but I still plead guilty which is a conviction. Truth here is that you are always convicted unless you are acquitted by a judge or jury, the charges are nol prossed, stricken w/out leave to reinstate, etc. My DUI is ALWAYS visible to law enforcement even though it was "dismissed" so was it really dismissed? Nope. Just sealed. And if I'm within the lookback (I'm not) and I get another DUI (I won't), that'd be my second. How could I get a second DUI if my first was "dismissed?" I'd chalk up many outcomes here from the 70s and 80s and even 90s to just crap reporting to the state. IIRC at one point, something like 15 yrs ago, only like 4 of 102 circuit clerks were reporting mental health adjudications and admissions to the state. So many prohibited persons in Illinois were at least "eligible" to obtain a FOID, and some probably did. Same with criminal stuff. Last year my old lady's cousin got a reckless conviction and the SoS couldn't properly suspend his license (cop put the wrong date on the summary suspension form, didn't correct the defect) so he was driving on it the entire time and even had contact with LEOs who ran his DL, nothing happened and he completed his supervision a couple of months ago. So many things can go wrong...for the state. Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
  9. Fed strategy is as follows. Set CI or UC loose. Allow CI/UC to report crimes of reckless/careless, loud-mouthed little fish. Bust said little fish for something that is enough to give the little fish an "oh ****" moment. Tell little fish "wear a bleeping wire or we'll nail you to the wall." Little fish wears wire, catches bigger fish. Wash, rinse, repeat (or however the saying goes) until you get to the equivalent of the great white shark. Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
  10. Ex-labor leader pleads guilty in extortion case John T. Coli, who has ties to many prominent local politicians, will cooperate with federal investigations as part of his plea deal. A onetime labor leader with ties to several prominent Illinois politicians pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday in a lesser-known extortion case that still threatens to reach deep into the state’s halls of power. As part of his plea deal, former Teamster chief John T. Coli will cooperate with the feds in other investigations. .... The case has simmered in the background for the last few years. Since then, the Chicago Sun-Times revealed that the case against Coli was built with the help of Cinespace President Alexander S. “Alex” Pissios, who wore a wire against Coli. Pissios told authorities that Coli had introduced him to Gov. Pat Quinn and Chicago Mayors Richard M. Daley and Rahm Emanuel, as well as Illinois House Speaker Michael J. Madigan and Illinois Senate President John Cullerton. They all received campaign contributions from organizations under Coli’s control. Meanwhile, it’s clear the investigation that led to Coli’s indictment did not go dormant. For example, a diamond engagement ring that Quinn’s campaign manager bought for Quinn’s press secretary has become part of the probe, the Sun-Times has learned. ..... https://chicago.suntimes.com/politics/2019/7/30/20746272/ex-teamsters-leader-john-coli-extortion-casewn/ Oh my this keeps getting better and better since he's not just beginning his cooperation. He's been narc'ing for a while now. Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
  11. And this is why the Dems must keep their slaves I mean constituents dependent on the government. Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
  12. The RICO Act was created for exactly this type of thing. It's an ongoing criminal enterprise. I bet everyone thought Burke was untouchable until, well, he wasn't. Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
  13. To everyone who laughed at me when I said DOJ is going after Madigan...the last laugh will be mine ðð Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
  14. Actually you'll find that they process FOID apps for women much faster than for men. Presumably it's because the husband/dad/significant other/uncle/whatever is the gun owner and woman needs the FOID to "make it legal" since "constructive possession." This could be argued as a sexist policy. Hrmph....Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
  15. "Fix The FOID" is even more unconstitutional. Yep our legislators have to one-up one another. "I'm gonna introduce something MORE UNCONSTITUTIONAL! HA!" Apply logic here. If the current one is unconstitutional then "Fix The FOID" can't even withstand rational basis. Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
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