Chicago Mayor is on record as saying Chick-Fil-A was not welcome in their city because they did not share the same values. What kind of values are those?
Chicago is riddled with crime.
An 87-year-old World War II veteran was walking from a corner store in West Englewood after buying lottery tickets when he was attacked by three people who smashed his glasses, knocked out his hearing aid and broke his dentures, then went through his pockets and fled with his wallet, according to his family and police.
Two delivery men who witnessed the attack Monday afternoon followed the robbers in their truck and helped police track them down, authorities said. Three suspects — ages 15, 17 and 20 — were taken into custody not far from where Porter B. Cross was beaten.
“I don’t know what happened,” Cross said from his bed today, nursing cuts and bruises to his face. “I know they broke my teeth and they hit me. They hit me and they kicked me.”
The three took his wallet, which contained money, his Social Security card, his state ID, driver’s license and credit cards. But he was able to hold onto the lottery tickets.
Cross suffered a bruised left eye, a laceration under his right eye and was treated at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, police said.
Steward-Jones said her father served in World War II. “He was a seaman,” she said.