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Revealed – Homan Square: A shocking 7,000 people disappeared by Chicago Police during 9 year reign of terror

Tuesday, October 20, 2015 9:11
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by Deb Jordan, The Pete Santilli Show & The Guerilla Media Network

Shocking numbers and details have come to light that tell the tale of the Gustapo-like treatment of American citizens at the Homan Square facility in Chicago Illinois.  According to information gathered during a months long transparency investigation and lawsuit, Chicago Police Officers kept “detainees” at Homan Square for hours and even days while pressuring them to become informants as part of the police department’s “anti-gang” operations.

The report notes that between 2004 and 2015 more than 7,000 people were kidnapped and imprisoned at the secret black site now known as Homan Square. Nearly 6,000 of the disappeared were black, which is proportionately more than double the city’s black population and 82.2 percent of the 7,185 total individuals sent to the facility. An additional 11.8 percent were Hispanic and 5.5 percent were white. Only 68 people—less than one percent—held at the ‘domestic black site’ were allowed access to lawyers or to tell others where they were.

As Common Dreams previously reported, the imprisonments and interrogations at Homan Square happened off the books, without detainees’ names being entered into official law enforcement databases, which would have made them easier to find.



In a case where there was virtually no oversight, that would ultimately hold Chicago Law Enforcement accountable for their actions, Craig B Futterman, a Civil Rights Attorney and Clinical Professor of Law at the University of Chicago, has gone on the record noting that without accurate and basic record keeping, with details on those being interrogated at (HS) – like names and addresses ect …,  there is no real way of knowing what happened to some of these people after they were “disappeared” by Chicago Police.

“The reality is, no one knows where that person is at Homan Square,” University of Chicago Law School professor Craig Futterman said. “They’re disappeared at that point.”


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