A Career in 10 Days – Chicago PD
“You could slave away for decades to build a career. Or you could take advantage of our country being run by profligate moonbats who reward parasitism at every opportunity and do it the easy way:”
On his 10th day in the Chicago Police training academy, Donald E. Barnes Jr. went outside for his first physical training class — “a slow jogging exercise.” … The 30-year-old trainee made it just five blocks into the three-mile jog. He collapsed on Adams near Damen around 11 a.m. on July 16, 1997.
“The diagnosis: heat stroke.”
He never finished his police training, never worked a day as a Chicago Police officer — but, now 45, he has collected nearly $500,000 in tax-free disability payments.
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