Fourth instance of mob violence this year shuts down Chicago's fanciest shopping district

Business interests and police are doing their best to minimize attention to the slide into mob rule of the streets in Chicago's nicest, most famous neighborhood.  But shoppers, tourists, and ordinary working Joes and Janes can no longer take for granted the freedom to walk around Chicago's upscale shopping district along North Michigan Avenue near the famous Water Tower.  Four times this year, mobs of "urban youths" have taken to "wilding" and attacking random pedestrians while looting stores.   The latest instance happened on Tuesday.  CBS Chicago reports: A brawl involving dozens of teenagers broke out near Chicago's Water Tower Place Tuesday night, prompting a flurry of 911 calls as the mob spread to Chicago Avenue and State Street. The disturbance grew so large at one point that some businesses in Chicago's busiest tourist district were forced to shut down One person who witnessed the...(Read Full Post)