Innocent Bystander Shot in Chicago’s North Lawndale Community [Video]

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Innocent Bystander

On Jun 17, 2016, during approximately 5:30 p.m. CT, Chicago’s North Lawndale village became the stage of another trusting bystander sharpened on a city’s West Side.

The crime took place moments after a trusting bystander, Jennifer Arter, an African-American womanlike worker of St. Agatha’s SAFE program, stepped outward to assign adult her dungeon phone. According to one witness, Jennifer was shot in a arm as a outcome of an rumpus that had escalated into gunfire down a travel from where she stood, on a dilemma of Douglas and Kedzie.

Guardian Liberty Voice photojournalist Untrail D. Boyd pronounced that Arter lifted adult her hands in a defensive viewpoint when a sharpened occurred. The contemplative greeting might have prevented a some-more critical injury.

Following a shooting, Arter was taken by ambulance to Mount Sinai Hospital.

In an attempt to stop a meaningless assault in a North Lawndale community, St. Agatha recently submitted a offer to sinecure 100 people in a community, according to pursuit developer, James Cannon. That offer is now in a hands of Alderman Michael Scott Jr. of Ward 24.

The announcement attempted to strech Alderman Scott for a comment, however, he was taken during a time.

Written and Edited by DiMarkco Chandler

Videographer: Untrail D. Boyd
All Images Credited to Untrail D. Boyd – Used With Permission

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