Today’s update on yesterday’s story about the new ‘ directive’ from the Superintendent of Chicago Police

The Chicago Sun Times

Hold your fire
The police blotter . . .
July 30, 2009
BY MICHAEL SNEED Sun-Times Columnist

Walking back the cat: Looks like Chicago Police Supt. Jody Weis was forced to backtrack on his deadly force policy amendment — tipped in Sneed’s column Wednesday — allowing cops to shoot at suspected felons fleeing in motor vehicles.

• • To wit: Sneed hears City Corporation Counsel Mara Georges and Mayor Daley were flummoxed by the order, which they felt could have been a huge liability problem for a city already reeling in debt.

• • The upshot: The deadly force order, which Weis felt would give cops added protection, was issued July 17 to go into effect Aug. 3.

• • The buckshot: No more. It was dispatched to the bye-bye bin Wednesday.

Just so you know…nearly 1 out of every 3 dollars budgeted for the Chicago Police Department is done so to payoff POLICE MISCONDUCT LAWSUITS. Thus, the core of the mistrust of the Black community towards the PO-LEEZ.

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