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1950Brutus - REBEL MEDIA: "Stay out!" - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I bet Quinn learned this from Dick Durbin - another INTIMIDATOR.
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Gov. Pat Quinn news conference, open to the public, Circle Interchange Intersection of W. Harrison St. & S. Des Plaines St., Chicago. BG
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I'm curious, Mr Gough, what was this public event and where did it take place? The governor's overbearing security guy claims that "it's not a public event" (although it certainly seems like he is lying about that, since there are lots of people in the background -- and they're gathered on what appears to be a public sidewalk). Obviously, the security guy's statement in no…
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Quinn was re-elected running on higher taxes. It might work for Rauner.
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They're estimating up to 97,000 by September. With that # that is $38,000 per child. How's this? Offer their parents $10,000 to come pick them up. We can save $2.7B and have them out of the country ASAP. Of course we DNA them so they can't get the $$ twice to the same family subject to a fraud charge. Then you have to lock down the border too.

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2 years, 5 months ago by Bob Gough

Two suspects went to the police station after reading a description of their vehicle on Facebook; Police determine there was no criminal intent

At about 3:20 Wednesday afternoon, Quincy Police responded to the area of 24th and State in reference to a possible attempted child abduction investigation.

Officers spoke with a 9 year old boy who reported that two males in a white truck attempted to lure him into their vehicle.  Officers immediately checked the area in an attempt to locate the truck, but were unsuccessful. 

Then at about 9:30 p.m., after reportedly reading numerous Facebook comments regarding this incident which included a description of the vehicle, the driver and passenger of the vehicle voluntarily came to the Quincy Police Department to speak with officers about what had happened.

Both were interviewed by police, and it was determined that nothing criminal had occurred.

This investigation is complete and no arrests were made.   


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