No Charges In Strangling Death Of Teen

Jun 3, 2007 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WBBM-AM Chicago

Her obituary is as tragic as her short life. Funeral services will be held next week for 16-year-old Desiray Smith. via WBBM-AM Chicago

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tondia

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Jun 6, 2007
 
i feel that justice should be served against the man that strangled and killed this young lady she is deceased and this young lady is no longer living what is the problem with society today again justice neesd to be served a s a p
mary

Sterling Heights, MI

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Jun 6, 2007
 
what is wrong with the justice of today here you have a 16 yearold girl thats dead and and a monster is still walking around not fair not fair something needs to be done about tis killer justice needs to be handle with this individual DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT PLEASE DO NOT CONTINUE TO LET THIS MAN WALK AROUND LIKE HEHAS NOT DONE ANYTHING HE KILLED LITTLE INNOCENT DESIRAY SMITH EUGENE HENLEY SHOULD NOT WALK AROUND A FREE MAN HE IS A MURDERER.
mary

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Jun 6, 2007
 
tondia wrote:
i feel that justice should be served against the man that strangled and killed this young lady she is deceased and this young lady is no longer living what is the problem with society today again justice neesd to be served a s a p
I AM A CONCERNED CITIZEN OF THE ROSELAND COMMUNITY AND THIS MAN NEEDS TO BE LOCED UP
Mary

Wood Dale, IL

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Jun 6, 2007
 
tondia wrote:
i feel that justice should be served against the man that strangled and killed this young lady she is deceased and this young lady is no longer living what is the problem with society today again justice neesd to be served a s a p
I agree with you
asprosthanatos

Chicago, IL

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Jun 7, 2007
 
The Cook County Illinois, State's Attorney Office makes decisions on ALL cases, by first considering if the case involves a black or blacks. That's why you guys are confused about how such an injustice could happen. The killing could have been a convenient way to get rid of the deceased, for reasons not reported in the "news".
Shabazz

Round Lake, IL

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Jun 7, 2007
 
It's all to common that when something happens to an Afro-American society turns there heads. It's time for us to take charge of our own destiny and not depend on the law to make changes for us. We all know that it is not fair but lets do something about it. Every race of people will come together over anything and we cannot come together on anything, let's make a change and a difference. Let's stand for something finally and quit depending on everyone else. The law was not made for us because if it was justice would be served in this case and every case that has been against us.
white and nerdy

Pickerington, OH

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Jun 7, 2007
 
I can't tell you how touched I was when the students of Julian walked out of school in protest of the violence that has taken the life of so many of our young men and women in Chicago. Anderson Cooper had a segment on the death of Blair. It's just so sad. I think the walk out is the beginning of positive change. It has to start in each neighborhood. The state and federal government need to step up and help. A young black man in Chicago has a 1% chance of being killed each year. A soldier in Iraq has a 0.05% chance of being killed each year. The streets of Chicago are a war zone.
mickey

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Jun 24, 2007
 
mary wrote:
<quoted text> I AM A CONCERNED CITIZEN OF THE ROSELAND COMMUNITY AND THIS MAN NEEDS TO BE LOCED UP
i agree this this man killed an innocent child and he is free what is wrong with the justice system of today i guess money talks when you have it the states attorney showed no careness to the family when he let this killer eugene henley continue to walk something needs to be done about this
Miesha

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Aug 6, 2007
 
r.i.p desiray i still miss you boo. yea he wrong 4 what he did and the state is wrong 4 what they did but i love you boo.
Miesha

Chicago, IL

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Nov 27, 2012
 
Omg im still missing u not a day go by i dont think bout u i love u rest on.

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