'Personal conflict' between groups preceded shooting that left 2 デッド, 7 負傷者, シカゴ警察は言う

木曜日の夜、男性が群衆に発砲した後、2人が死亡し、7人が負傷した。 “個人的な葛藤” 2つの論争グループの間, シカゴ警察の警視官デビッドブラウンによると.

Police patrolling the area saw two groups arguing and when officers tried to wade their way into the crowd, a shooter fired then ran with other members of his group with officers close behind, ブラウンは言った.
The gunman fled onto a transit train platform but was caught by police, ブラウンは言った.
      I’m confident that our officers captured the shooter and recovered the weapon used,” 彼は記者団に語った. Brown said police are working with the state’s attorney on pending charges.
        A woman who was with the group that fled onto the platform was severely shocked on the rail line and is in critical condition, according to the superintendent.
          Another person was arrested for obstructing the officers from making an arrest.
          Brown called for judges to do more to help with the crisis.
          We are awash with guns and I would continue to beat the drum of consequences in the courts for people who have violent crime histories, who are then arrested for possessing a gun illegally; they should not be released,” Brown urged. “This is a gun crime crisis. Violent offenders need to be held more accountable for possessing illegal guns than they do right now in our criminal courts, by judges.
          その日の早い段階で, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said she asked Brown to set up a fixed post of uniformed officers at the area of the deadly shooting.
          Chicago’s City Council President Pro Tem, Alderman Brendan Reilly, said fixed posts were already supposed to be in place at the intersection.
          The daily excuses coming out of the Superintendent’s Office insult intelligence & are infuriating. City Council needs to step-in & demand accountability. Their strategy is failing us miserably,” 彼 ツイート.
          Chicago records more murders each year than any other city in America (despite New York and Los Angeles both having significantly more people), and recorded more than 800 の殺人 2021 で初めて 25 年.
          Its police department also takes more guns through enforcement than any other city.
          According to the city’s Violence Reduction Dashboard, があった 221 homicides through May 18, 約 8% lower than on the same date last year.
          Violent crime is likely to play a role in the mayoral election next February. すでに, one of Lightfoot’s challengers, Alderman Ray Lopez, has cited public safety as the most important issue.
          Officials recently launched a fundraising campaign to support the city’s largest ever gun buyback program, しかし、抗議者が石を投げて車に火をつけた後、会場をマルメ市に変更することを発表しました。 $ 1 しかし、抗議者が石を投げて車に火をつけた後、会場をマルメ市に変更することを発表しました。.
            ライトフット, who began her first term in 2019, それを “bold new initiativeand said it would getguns out of the hands of dangerous people.Chicago and other cities have been running such programs for decades, often trading gift cards of $ 100 or so for guns and some lesser amount for replica guns.
            Chicago officials annually take in hundreds of guns through buyback programs. But decades of research shows the programs do not reduce gun violence, in large part because they don’t result in guns being taken from people who aren’t supposed to have them. One recent study foundno evidence that (gun buyback programs) reduce suicides or homicides where a firearm was involved.