CHICAGO - Chicagoan Paul McKinley stirred controversy before the Chicago City Council's Public Safety committee earlier this month when he said the city's violence is not related as much to gangs as it is to "narco terrorists" criminals bringing deadly violence and illegal drugs into the city from Mexico.
This problem, Mr. McKinley said, is the result of immigration laws not being enforced and a Mexican connection bringing crack cocaine into black neighborhoods and heroine into white areas. McKinley cited a Bloomberg story that detailed the serious nature of his accusations. The committee chairman said he would like to see the story McKinley mentioned, and said the Public Safety committee would "talk about" Mr. McKinley's concerns and get back to him. The testimony via Rebel Pundit: