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Shitcago again
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http://www.guns.com/2017/08/02/chicago-b...ars-later/


Chicago buyback gun turns up at scene of police involved shooting years later

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The Chicago Police Department has opened an internal affairs investigation after a gun handed in during a turn-in event in 2004 wound up lying next to a Latin Counts gang member eight years later in the suburbs after he was shot dead by a cop.

William Stewart Boyd, a Cook County judge, turned in his late father’s .38 caliber Smith & Wesson revolver, serial number J515268, to a South Side church in exchange for a $100 Visa card, according to the Chicago Sun Times. The firearms acquired in the buyback program are supposed to be destroyed, but this one wasn’t.
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(05-17-2018, 08:54 AM)andrew_o Wrote: http://www.guns.com/2017/08/02/chicago-b...ars-later/


Chicago buyback gun turns up at scene of police involved shooting years later

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The Chicago Police Department has opened an internal affairs investigation after a gun handed in during a turn-in event in 2004 wound up lying next to a Latin Counts gang member eight years later in the suburbs after he was shot dead by a cop.

William Stewart Boyd, a Cook County judge, turned in his late father’s .38 caliber Smith & Wesson revolver, serial number J515268, to a South Side church in exchange for a $100 Visa card, according to the Chicago Sun Times. The firearms acquired in the buyback program are supposed to be destroyed, but this one wasn’t.


Nice looking fire arm, easy to conceal. 

I am thinking some Chicago cop kept it as a "throw away" if he ever needed one.

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I'm thinking the same, but it's not the smartest plan if it's on a register
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