Suspect in Chicago Chase Bank Killing was Released from Prison After 2014 Navy Pier Hammer Attack That Injured Two Women

The suspect being questioned for a stabbing at a downtown Chicago Chase Bank Wednesday was charged with attacking two women at Navy Pier in 2014, according to police. The 35-year-old man was charged with two counts of aggravated battery and use of a deadly weapon after he walked up to two 55-year-old women along the lakefront in the summer of 2014 and demanded their purses, police said. He then hit them both in the face with a hammer before running off.

Again, if Chicagoans gave Republicans a chance to run their city, this kind of stuff wouldn’t be happening. Indeed, liberal policies on crime are killing innocent people left and right.

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