On November 6, Chicago cops tried to stop Trenza Campbell, 32. Instead of stopping to talk with the police, Mr. Campbell proceeded to walk away briskly. Then he pulled a gun and started shooting at the cops, trying to kill them to get away.
One of his rounds hit one of the officers in the arm.
If this ne’er-do-well thought it okay to pull out a gun and start killing cops to get away, imagine what he would do to you or your family if you stood between him and something he wanted.
Of course, Chicago’s boys in blue did the only polite thing they could do: they shot back. And mad kudos to the sergeant who hopped out of his ride (man, they’ve got some old squad cars!) in the middle of an exchange of gunfire. Sgt. White Shirt advanced on this pistol-packin’ perp like a boss, popping enough caps in Campbell’s cranium to end his criminal career permanently.
In fact, in the video, you can see Mr. Campbell lost more than a little grey matter, not that he had a lot of begin with.
If you stick around long enough on the video you can see a couple of female cops glove up and “render aid.” SPOILER ALERT GIRLS: He’s dead. A chest seal or two isn’t gonna fix two or three head shots that evacuated a big part of what few brains Campbell the would-be cop killer had. I didn’t stick around long enough to see if they started chest compressions to help push out what blood he had left but that would have been the ultimate final flex on this Trenza the terrible.
And what’s up with Mr. N95 mask? Dude, are you skeered of the common cold? That mask doesn’t protect you from COVID. In fact, it has deleterious health impacts.
Glad the cop shot in the arm will be okay and that the wound wasn’t worse.
Thanks to the sergeant for the taxpayer relief shots. He saved taxpayers some real money.
As for Trenza? This menace to society won’t be missed. Trenza the Menace won’t rob any more people, or kill anyone else. He won’t carjack any families or rape any women. He won’t father any more children or molest any little girls or boys. In short, Chicago is a far better place without him.