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Lightfoot warns city could be sent ‘into chaos’ after Foxx’s latest decision to reject charges

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot and a group of aldermen on Monday urged Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx to reconsider her office’s decision not to prosecute five suspects involved in a deadly gang-related shootout last week in Austin. Foxx defended the decision, saying there was not enough evidence to file charges.
Ken Griffin, the billionaire founder and CEO of the hedge fund Citadel, hinted he could move the company’s headquarters out of Chicago if the city doesn’t address its crime problems, which he said are making it more difficult to recruit talent to the area.
And while this isn’t the first time that the Bears have threatened to leave Chicago, our Fran Spielman spoke with experts about why this time will be different. “This is going to be a transaction that will transform the family asset,” said Lester Munson, a veteran sportswriter.
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