Chicago Leadership and Police Must Investigate Possible Chicago Serial Killer

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BREAKING NEWS: Bishop Gregg L.Greer and Chicago Community Activist Leadership will address the Chicago police board meeting (At Chicago Police Board Headquarters) as well as conduct a press conference before the meeting urging Chicago Police to address recent explosive reports that Chicago may have a serial killer on the loose.

Freedom First International and groups have grown deeply concerned about a growing list of more then 50 deaths of mostly young black women in Chicago urban area.  Freedom First International agrees with the findings of the Murder Accountability Project, which shows via computer formula highlights a pattern of killings — 50 females strangled and dumped since 2001 that could suggest strong signal of a serial killer.


In a recent interview with Chicago Police Leadership-“This isn’t something we’re going to sweet under the rug or put up on the shelf for it to disappear,” said CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson. “We still investigate these cases.”  

“There’s simply nothing there right now that suggests that we have serial killers in the City of Chicago,” Johnson said.  

Johnson says he’s deeply concerned about these 50 deaths. But the head of the Murder Accountability Project, Thomas Hargrove, says research might show otherwise.

“It’s highly unlikely these 50 women were murdered by 50 separate men,” Hargrove said.


Freedom First International is asking The Police board including New Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot to stand with victims’ families and community members to demanding answers and announce a task force to address the potential of Serial Killer.

Freedom First International and it's leadership under Bishop Gregg L.Greer is urging a review of the controversial issue, he hopes it will give some “peace” to surviving family members and “let the world know young black lives do matter.”

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