Friday, June 4, 2010

A new definition to the phrase "riding a prosecutor's a**"

The ABA Journal brings word of a breakdown in negotiations in a Chicago courthouse between a public defender and a prosecutor:

Police said Henry Hams, 47, put a 50-year-old Cook County prosecutor into a "choking headlock" this morning at the criminal courthouse at 26th and California, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
"He had his hands wrapped around his throat and was just kind of riding him down the wall," an unidentified source told the Chicago Tribune.
You stay classy, Chicago.

2 comments:

HaroldM22 said...

you look nice in that color!............................................................

justiceforjuveniles said...

it's 26th and Cal, not the classiest neighborhood in town. Home of one of the most offensive and corrupt juvenile lockups north of the Mason Dixon line.