Top Chicago Cop Outraged Over Release of Alleged ‘Straw Buyer’ of Gun Used in Killing of Officer

The top police official in Chicago went public with his opposition after a judge ordered the release of a man accused of being the “straw buyer” of a firearm that was later used in the killing of a police officer. “To say that I am extremely disappointed in U.S Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Gilbert’s decision to release Jamel Danzy on an unsecured bond today is an understatement. It is an outrage,” Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown said in a statement sent to The Epoch Times. Danzy, 29, bought the gun in question at a federal firearms dealer in Indiana on March 18, according to federal prosecutors. Danzy falsely stated on documents that he was the actual buyer but instead bought the gun at the request of an acquaintance from Chicago who wasn’t allowed to legally buy a gun because of a felony conviction. Shortly after acquiring the gun, Danzy gave it …

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