Three Chicago teens "have been charged with murder after they gunned down a fellow youngster while looking for rival gang members, police said" as reported by Lee Moran for the Daily News: "Andrew Anania, 18, and 15-year-olds Ricardo Cortez and Eduardo Moreno allegedly shot Ramon Breceda, 16, in the Little Village neighborhood on Friday."
Little Village is called "Mexico of the Midwest" by many of its residents, and is represented by blowhard Congressman Luis Gutierrez who insists that all the teen boys illegally crossing the southwest border are good kids fleeing gang violence; unfortunately, if these teens wind up in the politician's district they'll end up out of the frying pan and into the fire.
Indeed, the Sinaloa cartel supplies 80 percent of the illicit drugs in Chicagoland which serves as the midwest hub for distribution operations, and as many as 100,000 gangbangers are under its proverbial thumb. One imprisoned narco who worked for the Sinaloa cartel says Chicago is a "time bomb" as reported by Doug Longhini for CBS News.
Meanwhile, the typically loud-mouthed Gutierrez is inexplicably silent about the Sinaloa cartel's well-established presence in his Congressional district.
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