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Another preventable murder …
Back in May, then-17-year-old Chicago teen Sincere Williams broke into Suburban Sporting Goods Guns & Ammo in Melrose Park and stole 14 handguns.
Sincere was arrested soon after but charged as a juvenile despite him being only two months short of his 18th birthday and subsequently placed on house arrest.
Some time afterward, Sincere violated the terms of his house arrest, according to Suburban Sporting Goods Guns & Ammo owner Charlie De Mar.
Yet despite this violation, Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx — as in the Kim Foxx known for her habitual overtures to criminal deviants, from hate crime hoaxers to violent rioters — decided to let Sincere off house arrest last month.
Now fast-forward to Sunday, Sept. 6, when Sincere, now free to go anywhere, stepped into a Walgreens and allegedly murdered Olga Maria Calderon, 32, a woman who’d been known for being the “best mom” and a “loving partner,” “dedicated daughter,” and “big sister.”
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And it was all planned, according to Cook County Assistant State’s Attorney James Murphy.
“What is chilling … is as he came up with this plan, he had a complete extra set of clothing on underneath the clothing he was wearing when he left his residence, including a different kind of hoodie and different pair of pants, so clearly he planned this out,” he said to the Chicago Sun-Times.
The motivation remains unclear, given as Sincere didn’t steal anything.
“He did not take anything in this case and when you look at the video, it does show him walk straight to the victim and then viciously attack her. I cannot give you, as I sit here, a definitive motive other than the fact that sometimes people just do evil things,” Murphy said.
According to WBBM, surveillance cameras “captured Williams entering the Walgreens after 9 a.m. Sunday wearing a red face mask, bright orange Chicago Bears hoodie and dark jeans. … Williams came up to Calderon from behind as she stocked items on a shelf near the front of the store and proceeded to grab her by the neck with his arm.”
After reportedly forcing her against a check-out counter, he then stabbed her four times in the face, three times in the neck, and once in the chest, the back and the right hand.
What makes her murder beyond infuriating to De Mar, the owner of the gun shop Sincere had robbed in May, is that it could have been prevented.
“It enraged me that a woman is now dead and all they had to do was keep this guy in custody. Obviously, it could have been prevented. He was in custody in May. I’m appalled that’s how our system works,” he said to local station WBBM.
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He’s equally annoyed by the decision of Cook County prosecutors to charge Sincere as a juvenile for the robbery of 14 handguns.
“That’s a pretty heinous crime. These weren’t hunting guns. He wasn’t stealing to feed his family. These were likely going somewhere very bad. I was kind of enraged. It’s like, here’s this kid that broke into a gun store and stole several firearms. Just because he was caught, it doesn’t lessen the severity of the crime,” he said.
But it’s even worse than it sounds. Williams is also reportedly a suspect in two other recent robberies, including one that happened at the same Walgreens only days earlier.
It’s unclear why it took him committing a third robbery — and a murder — for local authorities to finally put him behind bars again.
What happened here does speak though to the tendency of criminals living in a veritable Gangster’s Paradise wherever Democrat are in charge. It’s a growing trend that’s led to an increasing number of murders and rapes across the states.
In June, authorities in Portland, Oregon arrested a homeless man who’d been “interfering with a peace officer” during a government-sanctioned Black Lives Matter riot. But instead of locking up the man, Phillip Lawrence Nelson, 38, prosecutors dismissed the charges. Two days later, he murdered two people.
The same thing happened with Michael Reinoehl, the now-deceased Portland extremist suspected of ruthlessly murdering Trump supporter Jay Danielson.
In early July, Reinoehl was arrested for “possessing a loaded gun in a public place, resisting arrest, and interfering with police,” but was promptly released by prosecutors. Weeks later in late August, he killed Danielson.
It’s the same pattern every time: A suspect is arrested, Democrat prosecutors release the suspect, and then the suspect commits another crime:
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And more often than not, the crime is murder …
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