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Jana Caldwell of Fox News joined “Hannity” on Monday to share news of the murder of her teenage brother in Chicago.
Jana Caldwell: Well, Sean, I came here tonight as a person who feels broken. My younger brother was just 18. He was a good kid. And of course, knowing that life in Chicago would seem to have a price these days, I would never have argued or, rather, expected it to result in the death sentence for my younger brother. Black bodies are lying on the streets of Chicago, and it not only affects African Americans here, it affects everyone. You can’t go downtown Chicago now without looking around your shoulder. You can be shot there. The fact is that we need to remove the handcuffs from the police, and that’s what happened to politics a policy soft to crime what has been pushed by many of the elected officials here only cause more crime. They only exposed dead fruit, and now my family is paying for it.
FOX NEWS ANALYST GIANNA CALDWELL REMEMBERS BROTHER, 18, FAIR IN CHICAGO: “All I want … is justice.”
There was what I was told, there were four African Americans with dreadlocks. I hope this interview will push someone who may have been in the area who could see something to call the police and say, “Hey, we have a hint for you,” we need this to decide. And I need to address that immediately. My family has survived so much that I grew up on the south side of Chicago, very poor. My mom used drugs and it happened this year my younger brother was thinking what college he was going to go to. That’s what he was thinking. What school was he going to go to? And now he does not even have such an opportunity.
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He will never marry. He will never see his first child. He will never have a real career and I don’t blame myself for that because I did everything I could with my family and made sure everything went well, he didn’t do anything wrong. But at the same time the fact that There are still in Chicago in those areas where crime is… Where people are killed on the streets worries me. It hurts me and now I have to think about solutions and what I can do to make my little brother’s life mean something.
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