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Trump is related to the amateur rapper arrested in connection with the 4th-of July massacre.

Highland Park was the summer home for the Chicago Philharmonic for 90 years.

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Trump is related to the amateur rapper arrested in connection with the 4th-of July massacre.

Highland Park was the summer home for the Chicago Philharmonic for 90 years. But, as of Monday, it is the scene of the July 4 massacre. At 21 years old, Bobby Crimo III, also known as "Awake the Rapper" (Wake up the Rapper) was a social network star. Some of his songs were downloaded nearly two million times. Spotify and YouTube suspended his accounts after he was arrested eight hours after the horror attack that killed seven children and injured nearly forty others. He is currently the only suspect in the Highland Park massacre.

His father was second in local elections. He could have been the mayor's child, but he was actually the cub Scout that Nancy Rotering looked after him when he was a little boy. It's one those situations where you have to take a step back, and think about how this child could become so angry and full if hatred that he was capable of taking the lives innocent people who were passing by for a few days. as a family? The mayor asked the NBC network. "How can something like this happen?" He was a young child.

After attending Trump rallies, a tattooed boy donned Donald Trump's flag to cover his head and recorded violent videos. There were chilling clues. Not just the swastikas printed on his videos, but also the animated bloody images of him with a rifle inside a empty classroom. Or his obsession for presidential limousines, and a newspaper almost 60 years old that he kept in his bedroom: Lee Oswald assassinated while in prison change," recalled the cover on John F Kennedy's assassin. His uncle said that his family did not see any signs that he was violent or disturbed. Crimo III was the middle brother of his three brothers. He lived with his father, an Italian-American uncle.

There was no indication that the peaceful city of 30,000 people, founded in mid-nineteenth-century by German immigrants, would be the site of another senseless shooting. It was a stark reminder that this could have happened anywhere. Mass shootings have become as American as Fourth of July barbecues. Many were left with unlit coals in this Illinois area, where 40 families were at the funeral home or hospital on Monday morning.

Highland Park residents are predominantly white and have a median income that is $150,000 per year. This is twice the national average. It has been described by many as a beautiful, upscale community with lawns and fountains that allows entry without any barriers. The town is home to many celebrities, including Michael Jordan, the former basketball player. However, there are some Hispanic immigrants like Nicolas Toledo's family, a 76 year-old Mexican grandfather who arrived two months ago to be with his grandchildren. They had to force him to go to the parade on Monday because he wasn't interested in going. He was unable to move due to his disability and health issues. His family refused to let him go home. It was the perfect target for the gunman who shot his rifle from the store roof. He was hit with four fatal bullets. His son tried to save him by shooting one in the arm. The boyfriend of his granddaughter was another, and he ran for safety.

The parade of the orchestra was on Central Avenue. At the moment when the shots from the automatic gun began to sound like machine guns, the American flags and the hats of 4th of July, as well as the bicycles and children’s carts, were left behind. . In the beginning, no one moved. These days, firecrackers can be heard from every corner. They are a sign of anticipation for the fireworks that will end the celebration of independence in all cities. It was until someone shouted, "It's shots!" Many were still recording their phones while they waited, as the orchestra suddenly picked up its pace.

"What's up? In one of the videos, you can hear a Hispanic woman asking "What's up?" It's possible she could be part the Toledo family. She was so excited about the parade, she positioned her chairs in front row at midnight. Nothing is sacred in America except the sacrosanct right of arms.

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