Chicago’s Shameful Verdict: No Justice for Officer Run Over by Stolen Squad Car

Chicago's Shameful Verdict: No Justice for Officer Run Over by Stolen Squad Car
Chicago's Shameful Verdict: No Justice for Officer Run Over by Stolen Squad Car
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In a shocking display of injustice, Whitley Temple, a 35-year-old woman who ran over a Chicago police officer with his own squad car while naked, has been found not guilty on all charges, including attempted murder. The incident, which occurred in June 2022, left the 23-year veteran officer, Edward Poppish, with a concussion and requiring stitches to his head. Temple’s actions were nothing short of heinous, as she stole the officer’s vehicle, ran him over, and dragged him before leading police on a high-speed chase. Astonishingly, the Chicago Department of Family and Support Services even hired Temple as a lead accountant while she awaited trial. This case is a glaring example of how crime pays in the Windy City, as long as you’re not a law-abiding citizen. The verdict, handed down by Judge Tyria Walton after a month-long bench trial, is a slap in the face to justice and a betrayal of the brave men and women who serve and protect our communities. In this special report, we’ll delve into the disturbing details of this case and examine the far-reaching implications of this disgraceful decision that has left Chicago’s finest feeling abandoned by the very system they risk their lives to uphold.

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