Maybe there’s a reason Soros DAs love criminals so much.
Police last week were called to the home of Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx for a domestic incident that her husband claimed became physical and involved her slapping him, according to a police report.
Foxx denied to officers that she slapped her husband, and told police she only put her hands on him in an effort to get him out of the house.
CBS 2’s Jermont Terry has been digging all week into how police handled this call for help.
A Flossmoor police report obtained by CBS 2 said Kelley Foxx, the State’s Attorney’s husband, called police to their home in the south suburb shortly after 10 p.m. this past Saturday to report a domestic incident. Before arriving, a dispatcher told officers that the incident was physical, but there were no injuries “yet,” the report said.
Foxx is a pro-crime Soros DA. And it seems like there was a great deal of reluctance by the authorities to disclose basic information about the case.
Within days of the 911 call, CBS 2 became aware from our police sources that police had responded to the State’s Attorney’s house.
We submitted a public records request to Flossmoor police for the full report, calls of service, and all body cameras worn by officers that day.
We waited, so CBS 2’s Terry went to the Flossmoor Police Department himself – because the police chief was not returning any of his calls.
At the police station, Terry was asked if he had submitted a Freedom of Information Act request. He pointed out that he had done so the day before, and had also left a message for the police chef that day – as well as a message for the chief’s administrative assistant a day later.
A clerk at the police station said the chief had received all the FOIAs and would not be responding except through FOIA.
Twenty-four hours after Terry made the visit, Flossmoor’s police chief did respond. He denied the release of body camera video of the incident, citing privacy – yet he did release the narrative of the police report.
The State’s Attorney’s office released the following statement:
“This is a personal family matter. Please provide State’s Attorney Foxx and her family with respect and privacy.”
Somehow I doubt that this would be the level of obstruction being exercised for a random person.
With the possibility of a serious election, Foxx and her allies don’t want that video made public.