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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #100 on: 24 January 2020 at 13:07 »
The real question is how many more illegal muds are voting that haven't been caught.

https://newschannel20.com/news/local/545-non-us-citizens-registered-to-vote-in-illinois

545 non-U.S. citizens registered to vote in Illinois

by Tessa Bentulan
Tuesday, January 21st 2020

ILLINOIS (WICS/WRSP) — It’s a scandal being noticed across Illinois.

The Illinois Secretary of State’s office said this was all because of a program error in the state’s automatic voter registration system.

The root of the problem started when it came to applying for a driver’s license.

“Our public service representatives at the facility have real-time access to the state board of elections database,” said Henry Haupt, Secretary of State spokesman.

Haupt said their driver’s license facility can tell if you’re registered to vote.

If you are not, an employee will hand you a paper and it will ask if you are or are not a U.S. citizen.

Haupt said 574 people said they were not citizens.

"The error, that we have fixed, took this small number of individuals and sent their information to the State Board of Elections.”

Matt Dietrich, a spokesman for the Illinois State Board of Elections, said of the total 574 mistakenly put in the AVR system, 545 were registered to vote.

Only 16 of those people actually voted. A total of 19 ballots were cast.

“In the 2018 general election, in the 2019 consolidated primary election and in the 2019 consolidated elections,” said Dietrich.

Once the program error was found in December, both the board of elections and the Secretary of State’s office notified local election authorities.

They also sent letters to every person that was impacted by this.

"In the letter, we basically told them if they received a voter registration card, they should either return it to the state board of elections or destroy it and by no means should they vote,” said Haupt.

But since 16 non-U.S. citizens did vote, Don Gray, Sangamon County Clerk, said once a ballot is cast, they can’t identify which one ballot is yours.

"There's a lot at stake. Once a ballot goes through that machine, that's it. It's going to be counted."

Gray said only one person in Sangamon County was registered to vote of all the total non-U.S. citizens that were registered.

The Secretary of State’s office says, at no point, are any of those non U.S. citizens at fault in this situation.

The board of elections gave us the breakdown on where some of those non-U.S. citizen voters cast their ballots:

Champaign County: 2 general election

Christian County: 1 general, 1 consolidated

Cook County: 2 general, 3 consolidated (Chicago: 1 general by 1 voter; 1 general, consolidated primary and consolidated election by 1 voter; 1 consolidated by 1 voter (5 total votes by 3 voters))

DuPage County: 1 consolidated

Lee County: 1 general

Macon County: 1 general, 1 consolidated (same voter)
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #101 on: 26 January 2020 at 21:57 »
Carbondale - A University town cesspit in Southern Illinois, with a 25.82% nigger population, known for bringing the niggers and muds of Chicago to our once peaceful rural area.

As the town strives to become more diverse, each passing year it becomes more and more dangerous.

https://wsiltv.com/2020/01/23/2-arrested-in-connection-with-fatal-carbondale-shooting/

2 arrested in connection with fatal Carbondale shooting

January 23, 2020 11:50 am
Mandy Robertson


CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- Two people are in custody following a fatal shooting Wednesday morning in Carbondale.

It happened just before 12:30 a.m. Wednesday in the 2200 block of North Illinois Avenue.

Carbondale Police say Cordell Johnson, 25, of Cairo, had multiple gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Investigators determined a dispute between acquaintances led to gunfire.

Two people - Alecze Cummings, 23, of Carbondale, and Cameron Robinson, 26, of Cairo - have been taken into custody.

Cummings is charged with cannabis conspiracy and obstructing justice. Robinson is charged with cannabis conspiracy and aggravated fleeing to elude.

Both are being held at the Jackson County Jail.

Carbondale Police continue to investigate.
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #102 on: 26 January 2020 at 22:01 »
Another story from small town Carbondale...

https://wsiltv.com/2020/01/24/carbondale-man-indicted-for-murder-in-fatal-home-invasion/

Carbondale man indicted for murder in fatal home invasion

January 24, 2020 9:39 am
Jared Roberts

JACKSON CO. (WSIL) -- A grand jury has indicted a Carbondale man for his role in two robberies, a home invasion and shooting in Jackson County.


Marquashion D. "Vito" Wilson, 20, of Carbondale, is charged with home invasion, two counts of first-degree murder, and two counts of armed robbery with a firearm.

Prosecutors say, on January 1, Wilson along with Montavious "Bobo" Graham committed a home invasion, forcing their way into a rural Jackson County residence. During the crime, there was a struggle over a gun, and Graham, 17, of Carbondale, was shot and killed.

The indictment alleges Wilson and Graham were also involved in an armed robbery earlier that day, taking a cell phone, $30 in cash, and a pack of cigarettes from a victim by force.

Wilson is also charged with taking a cell phone from another victim.

According to the Jackson County State's Attorney's Office, each armed robbery charge carries a potential sentence of 6 to 30 years in prison. Because a gun was used, a minimum of 15 years must be added to each sentence.

Home invasion is a Class X offense and carries the same penalty as armed robbery. First-degree murder carries a potential sentence of 20 to 60 years in prison.

Wilson has pleaded not guilty. His bond is set at $1 million.

A case management hearing is set for February 24 in Jackson County Court.
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #103 on: 09 February 2020 at 12:31 »
The perversion of christ-insanity is running rampant across Illinois.

https://patch.com/illinois/chicago/full-list-illinois-catholic-clergy-accused-sexual-assault

Full List: Illinois Catholic Clergy Accused Of Sexual Assault

ILLINOIS — The journalism site ProPublica, a Patch Partner, has compiled the most comprehensive list so far of Catholic clergy "credibly accused" of sexual abuse. The list includes many accused abusers from Illinois.


The searchable database includes hundreds of priests accused from the Archdiocese of Chicago and dioceses of Joliet, Rockford, Peoria, Belleville and Springfield.

In Illinois, the ProPublica database includes:

78 credibly accused of abuse in the Archdiocese of Chicago44 credibly accused of abuse in the Diocese of Joliet18 credibly accused of abuse in the Diocese of Rockford37 credibly accused of abuse in the Diocese of Peoria21 credibly accused of abuse in the Diocese of Springfield17 credibly accused of abuse in the Diocese of Belleville

Along with the list, ProPublica outlines the challenges of identifying offenders long after such widespread abuse became known.

While the lists released by dioceses in Illinois include 215 credibly accused priests, a law firm representing victims of sexual abuse released a list last spring naming 400 priests accused of abuse.

Convicted Pedophile: Former Joliet Diocese Priest Deported to Bolivia

Joliet's 43 Accused Priests: Law Firm Compiles List

Midlothian Priest Accused Of Sex Abuse Reinstated To Parish

Chicago Archdiocese Fulfills Dying Man's Wish: To Get His Priest Sex Abuse File

Among the priests named by the six Catholic diocese sin Illinois include a priest who leaped from the balcony of an abandoned church in Joliet in an apparent suicide attempt after he was accused of molesting a child. The now former priest, who survived the attempt, was deported back to Bolivia after pleading guilty to abusing a 7-year-old boy while he was a seminarian.

Other accused clergy include a former Chicago Heights priest who was charged with possession of child pornography in 2015 while he was serving at a Chicago parish, a former Oak Forest priest whose accusations of abuse of young boys in 1979 later sparked a lawsuit and caused the Archdiocese to hire a public relations/crisis communications firm, and a man who was sent to a Homewood church as priest-in-residence after he had been removed from office amid allegations he sexually abused boys in Chicago.

Over the last year and a half, the majority of U.S. dioceses, as well as nearly two dozen religious orders, have released lists of abusers currently or formerly in their ranks.

The revelations were no coincidence: They were spurred by a 2018 Pennsylvania grand jury report, which named hundreds of priests as part of a statewide clergy abuse investigation.

Nationwide, the names of more than 5,800 clergy members have been released so far, representing the most comprehensive step toward transparency yet by a Catholic Church dogged by its long history of denying and burying abuse by priests.

But even as bishops have dedicated these lists to abuse victims and depicted the disclosures as a public acknowledgment of victims' suffering, it has become clear that numerous alleged abusers have been omitted and that there is no standard for determining who each diocese considers credibly accused.

ProPublica has collected the 178 lists released by U.S. dioceses and religious orders as of Jan. 20 and created a searchable database that allows users to look up clergy members by name, diocese or parish. This represents the first comprehensive picture of the information released publicly by bishops around the country.

Some names appear multiple times. In many cases, that accounts for priests who were accused in more than one location. In other instances, dioceses have acknowledged when priests who served in their jurisdiction have been reported for abuse elsewhere.

Kathleen McChesney, a former FBI official who helped establish a new set of child protection protocols within the USCCB [U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops] in the early 2000s, has urged bishops and religious orders for nearly two decades to create a comprehensive list of accused clergy. She said our database will allow the public to better track dioceses' disclosures, rather than seeing each list in isolation.

"People don't know where to look," McChesney said. "The contribution of the one list will help a lot of people to perhaps identify someone that they believe abused them."

Still, much crucial information remains missing. Despite the recent surge of releases, 41 dioceses and dozens more religious orders have yet to publish lists, including five of seven dioceses in Florida, home to more than 2 million Catholics.
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #104 on: 13 February 2020 at 02:20 »
Carbondale niggers chimping out again.

https://wsiltv.com/2020/02/11/carbondale-man-wanted-in-connection-with-weekend-shooting/

Carbondale man wanted in connection with weekend shooting

February 11, 2020
Mandy Robertson
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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- Authorities are searching for a Carbondale man in connection with a weekend shooting.


Carbondale Police were called to the area of North Robert A. Stalls and East Birch Street around 2:15 p.m. Sunday for a report of shots fired.

Investigators say Stephen L. Moultrie, 23, of Carbondale, fired several shots at a vehicle with three people inside. No one was struck by the gunfire, but one person was taken to Memorial Hospital of Carbondale for an unrelated medical issue.

A Jackson County arrest warrant was issued Tuesday charging Moultrie with aggravated discharge of a firearm and unlawful use of a weapon by a felon.

Carbondale Police say Moultrie is considered armed and dangerous.
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