|Blue light camera at|
Pratt Blvd. & Ashland Ave.
Neighbors are bent out of shape because James was on Pratt and Ashland at the time, and pointing fingers at the victim for living in another neighborhood.
To them, it doesn't matter Chicago Police are hunting for a few unknown males, who were allegedly driving a silver 4-door Grand Prix, with tinted windows and Indiana plates; while shooting a 9 mm pistol from the window in Rogers Park.
Typical Rogers Parkers. Blame the victim.
I'm distraught another person who lived in Chicago has been murdered. Doesn't matter what Chicago street. There is no law that says James Brown couldn't walk in the 6800 block of North Ashland.
There's no record or evidence being presented James Brown had, or was - shooting a gun.
I'm distraught and concerned about the offenders roaming loose. Offenders who have ho have no regard for human life.
I'm furious, too. I'm furious because no one has even once brought up why the blue light camera at Pratt Blvd. and Ashland Ave., hasn't produced any solid leads.
You'd think someone would've said, "Hey, let's see what the camera saw?"
|You can see the crime scene|
from across the street.
The Pratt blue light cam
had to have seen something.
They're also supposed to record videos of crimes, if they happen. They've even supposed to be equipped with audio.
So, the facts at this juncture of the investigation are this: We've allegedly got a silver 4-door Grand Prix, with tinted windows and Indiana plates.
We know the car had to turn off of Pratt Blvd., to go north on Ashland Ave. That's unless the car was heading south, did a u-turn in the 6800 block of North Ashland, after firing a 9 mm pistol out the window of the car.
My postal worker friend, who was on the block at that time, said that didn't happen. So, what did happen at 2:05 p.m., April 5, 2012 in the 6800 block of Ashland?
What did the blue light camera see?