Wednesday, March 27, 2019

State Attorney's Office Explains Dropping Charges Against Jussie Smollett


Yesterday the Cook County State Attorney's office surprisingly dropped all charges against actor Jussie Smollett after he allegedly staged a hate crime [click here if you missed that].

The Cook County State Attorney's Office explains their position...

6 comments:

Jesmit said...

He needs jail!!!

Anonymous said...

Jussie should be watching over his shoulder. Not just "Sprites", but there are many people upset with him.

Unknown said...

They are full of SHIT!!! They OJ’d this shit and had to save face and drop the charges! FOH!!!!

Niyabinghi/ObeahWomanWarrior said...

If he knows what's good for him, he better stay his lying black ass out of Chicago, those cops were not happy being made a fool of. I saw that one manly looking yt cop woman over to the side and her ass was heated, could barely contain the rage, even the white chick behind his ass that was part of his team, looking at this idiot like, nigga please. This whole black mirror episode was fuckery to the 10th degree. Even with humiliation rituals, it's never a good thing to involve police in your hollyweirdo fuckeires unless said police are actually in California, they are typically in on the fuckery.

anonymous said...

^^Made a couple of good points...this Chicago aint Hollywood however, we are all about clout! And he pulled the heavy hitters out for this one (Obama affiliates). I just hate all of the 'muscle' and black resources went to his fuckery instead of the countless of other cases that are more worthy (especially for the South and West side brothers/sisters that are suffering).

Anonymous said...

This makes no sense. If you have all of this evidence and you say he is guilty then you prosecute you don't drop the all the charges ...unless the Chicago police did some under handed shit during the investigation and you don't want Jussie's attorneys putting them on blast during the televised trial. Don't be all salty and petty and angry in front of the cameras now you should've taken the trial forward. Next.

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