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Friday, 16 July 2010

Bloodshed in Chicago has far surpassed the Capone era

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Bilek, who took office in January, dusted off the list and modernized it after a 70-plus year hibernation to address a "critical" situation.

"We're going to help hunt down the most serious drug, gang and murderous offenders in the Chicagoland area," he said.

"We think it's time these scum and vermin are brought to justice," said Bilek. "Some of them are probably still living right here in the Chicago area, anonymously."
Citizens can anonymously call the "Most Wanted Hotline" at (312) 372-0155 and give tips without having to speak with police.
The "Most Wanted" list released Tuesday, composed of nine men and one woman in no specific order, was complied by surveying local, state and federal law enforcement groups.The list, which will be updated again in about six months, can be viewed on Facebook and other social networking sites, as well as the commission's website --
The original "Public Enemies" list named 50 people, 35 of which were captured in the first five years, said Bilek, a former Chicago cop with decades of experience battling organized crime.

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