Graphic Video: Chicago Gang Member Shot While Livestreaming On Facebook

Gang Member Shot While Livestreaming:

Unfortunate Shooting Caught On Livestream Video

Tony Perkins was fatally shot while live streaming, despite Chicago's strict gun laws.
Tony Perkins was fatally shot while live streaming, despite Chicago’s strict gun laws.

Chicago has some of the strictest gun laws in the whole country. Liberal logic would suggest that the neighborhoods of Chicago should be some of the safest places in all of America. However, reality proves differently and liberal logic is well… apathetic about consequences. As this Chicago gang member can could have told you, gun laws simply aren’t followed by people who don’t give two flips about the law. Unfortunately for him, whoever fired the shots hadn’t been listening to Obama and Hillary speak about the need for more gun control. Warning, the video below is graphic.

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This sad video should be a reminder that violent criminals don’t respect gun laws any more than they respect human life. Next time Hillary, Obama, and the Democrats ramble on about the need for more gun control on law abiding citizens, keep in mind the failure of those same Democrats to protect the law abiding American citizens in their own liberal run cities.

The truly unfortunate part of this shooting is that it seems this guy was trying to turn his life around, and now he leaves behind three children. Kids left to fend for themselves in a violent liberal run city. Perhaps Chicago’s Democrat gun laws will help keep them safer than their father.

 – A man was fatally shot while broadcasting live on Facebook in the North Lawndale neighborhood Wednesday night.

About 8:45 p.m., 28-year-old Antonio Perkins was found facedown with gunshot wounds to the neck and head in a vacant lot in the 1600 block of South Drake, according to Chicago Police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office.

Perkins was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 9:07 p.m., authorities said.

Roughly six minutes into the livestream, gunshots are audible in the background and the camera falls to the ground while people can be heard screaming. The live stream went on for another 30 minutes before it ended.

According to police, Perkins was a documented gang member, however, his father said he was not involved with any gangs and had recently gotten a job at McDonald’s.

Perkins was the father of three children ages 8, 6 and 2.


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