Sunday, July 14, 2013


"I'm tired of crying," Cowley-Pendleton said Friday, according to ABC Chicago. "I don't have no tears for you, this is not for show, this is my life. This is my life, whether the cameras are on or off, and unfortunately no one is doing anything to protect everyone else's life." Gun violence in Chicago prompted many to speak out in recent days and question whether enough was being done to keep the city's streets safe. Citing the city's "epidemic of violence," U.S. Rep. Mike Quigley (D-Ill.) this week called for more federal funding to help target the city's gangs and illegal gun trafficking.
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