Judge BLASTS Kim Foxx’s office for not treating another false police report like Jussie Smollett

A judge in Cook County is not happy with Kim Foxx’s office and the obvious double standard in a new case involving a false police report. In this case, a woman filed a false police report and Kim Foxx’s office is prosecuting her. And the judge is pissed about it:



Here’s more:

FOX 32 – 21-year-old Candace Clark of Hoffman Estates says she’s the victim of a Kim Foxx double standard, and a Cook County Judge agrees.

On April 11, Clark appeared in the Rolling Meadows courtroom of Cook County Judge Marc Martin, facing a single felony count of making a false police report.

Clark is accused of giving an acquaintance access to her bank account and then telling police money had been stolen, something she denies.

According to a transcript obtained by FOX 32, Judge Martin hammered prosecutors, asking, “I’d like to know why Ms. Clark is being treated differently than Jussie Smollett. It’s a disorderly conduct case. A lot less egregious than Mr. Smollett’s case. I have a problem with it.”

Prosecutors were demanding that Clark make full restitution of $2,800 and serve deferred prosecution, something not required of Smollett.

“Ms. Clark is not a movie star, she doesn’t have a high-priced lawyer,” said Judge Martin. “And this smells big time. Your office created this mess. There’s no publicity on this case. Press gets ahold of this; it’ll be the newspaper.”

A spokesperson for Kim Foxx says because the case is ongoing, they have no comment.

“I’m not Jussie Smollett,” said Clark. “I wish I was, but it’s OK. I’ll get my justice.”

Clark, who has no previous criminal history, is due back in front of Judge Martin Thursday.

Here’s a tweet of the partial court transcript where the judge questioned the prosecutors:

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64 thoughts on “Judge BLASTS Kim Foxx’s office for not treating another false police report like Jussie Smollett

  1. This is a legitimate gripe imo. And I hope there are serious repercussions. But until then, the grotesque Kim Foxx keeps getting away with it. SMH 😡

  2. Surprise surprise surprise. You get what you vote for. Chicago and Detroit got what they’ve voted for over the decades. Quit whining and vote responsibly, not racially.

  3. Ok, let’s get one thing straight. They were calling her a victim of double standards. She is not a victim if she filed a false police report….period. The fact that Smollett got away with it in no way makes her a victim because they’re actually enforcing the law as they should. It merely points out that the attorney’s treatment of Smollett was not standard like she claimed.

    I don’t blame the judge for being angry…or the lady being charged. But she’s still not a victim.

  4. I appreciate the Judge pointing out Kim Foxx’s hypocrisy but I will NEVER condone ignoring a violation of a law because the AG of a state is a detestable moron.

    Two wrongs never make a right.

    I DO see the Judge’s point and wondered if he or others would speak out about Foxx, given that justice is supposed to be “Blind,” whereas Foxx’s statue of Lady Justice is clearly “Biased.”

  5. It’s not enough to just “blast” her, the charges should be reinstated immediately and let a jury of Smollet’s peers decide his fate. It’s only right.

  6. Crime in Chicago skyrocketted as soon as Kim Foxx was elected becuase she refuses to prosecute black suspects “because it’s racist”. Jussie Smollett is about number 10,000 on the reasons she should be removed, but if he takes her down, I will accept it.

  7. I got a feeling that Kim Foxx is going to feel a little uneasy about filing any more False Police Reports. In Chicago the DA might as well XXXXX out that section of the Penal Code.

  8. Anytime authorities are caught using an obvious double standard, they always fall back on, “…we review each case individually…” as if that somehow absolves them of discrimination, favoritism, and creating a pattern of abuse.

    I so very tired of this lame and weak excuse.

  9. And there it is again, the two-tier justice system… smh

    Why isn’t Foxx removed from her post and prosecuted? Isn’t she obstructing justice?

      1. Then we have a two-tier legal system… one if your name has a “D” next to your name and their acquaintances; and another if you have an “R” next to your name and your associates. For the latter, you’re guilty until proven innocent.

  10. She’s clearly not victim, Jussie just received preferential treatment for being a celebrity who happens to come from an activist (which always implies far left) family.

    1. The treatment Smollett received was because of the color of his skin, not because of where he worked…..

  11. Clark is accused of giving an acquaintance access to her bank account and then telling police money had been stolen, something she denies.

    According to a transcript obtained by FOX 32, Judge Martin hammered prosecutors, asking, “I’d like to know why Ms. Clark is being treated differently than Jussie Smollett.

    Well that’s obvious. Her “acquaintance” wasn’t a MAGA Nigerian. That’s the fundamental difference between the two.

    If a MAGA Nigerian had access to her bank account (which is stupid, she should have just wrote them a personal check), we could have blamed the KKK, and therefore Trump. And then Foxx would have to let her go. But – no MAGA Nigerian, no reason to drop the charges.

    I think the only thing to do now is give this woman a role on Empire. That’s what justice demands.

    1. Well, one other difference you are overlooking is that it doesn’t look like this lady is “gay”, so she should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law! Throw the damn books at her!

  12. “And this smells big time” said the Judge. Absolutely! Ms. Clark also doesn’t know the Obama’s. Once again, there’s a two tiered justice system.

    BTW, was Foxx elected or appointed………..can she be removed?

      1. @bigsir74 Reform???? Some reform………charging the innocent and letting the guilty go. 😡

  13. This proves that there is no such thing as white privilege, it is elitist privilege.
    That there are fewer blacks in the elitist group has more to do with Democrat vote gathering strategies than anything else.

  14. It’s not enough to just “blast” her, the charges should be reinstated immediately and let a jury of Smollet’s peers decide his fate. It’s only right.

  15. I appreciate the Judge pointing out Kim Foxx’s hypocrisy but I will NEVER condone ignoring a violation of a law because the AG of a state is a detestable moron.

    Two wrongs never make a right.

    I DO see the Judge’s point and wondered if he or others would speak out about Foxx, given that justice is supposed to be “Blind,” whereas Foxx’s statue of Lady Justice is clearly “Biased.”

  16. Ok, let’s get one thing straight. They were calling her a victim of double standards. She is not a victim if she filed a false police report….period. The fact that Smollett got away with it in no way makes her a victim because they’re actually enforcing the law as they should. It merely points out that the attorney’s treatment of Smollett was not standard like she claimed.

    I don’t blame the judge for being angry…or the lady being charged. But she’s still not a victim.

  17. Crime in Chicago skyrocketted as soon as Kim Foxx was elected becuase she refuses to prosecute black suspects “because it’s racist”. Jussie Smollett is about number 10,000 on the reasons she should be removed, but if he takes her down, I will accept it.

  18. Surprise surprise surprise. You get what you vote for. Chicago and Detroit got what they’ve voted for over the decades. Quit whining and vote responsibly, not racially.

  19. Anytime authorities are caught using an obvious double standard, they always fall back on, “…we review each case individually…” as if that somehow absolves them of discrimination, favoritism, and creating a pattern of abuse.

    I so very tired of this lame and weak excuse.

  20. Anyone that is in jail in her county for felonies, should be making phone calls to the media left and right about the obvious favoritism going on.

  21. This is a legitimate gripe imo. And I hope there are serious repercussions. But until then, the grotesque Kim Foxx keeps getting away with it. SMH 😡

  22. I got a feeling that Kim Foxx is going to feel a little uneasy about filing any more False Police Reports. In Chicago the DA might as well XXXXX out that section of the Penal Code.

  23. We must have equality when it comes to the systematic corruption of the Cook Country justice system. Commoners should have access to the same level of corruption as celebs. No exceptions.

  24. She’s clearly not victim, Jussie just received preferential treatment for being a celebrity who happens to come from an activist (which always implies far left) family.

    1. The treatment Smollett received was because of the color of his skin, not because of where he worked…..

  25. This proves that there is no such thing as white privilege, it is elitist privilege.
    That there are fewer blacks in the elitist group has more to do with Democrat vote gathering strategies than anything else.

  26. And there it is again, the two-tier justice system… smh

    Why isn’t Foxx removed from her post and prosecuted? Isn’t she obstructing justice?

      1. Then we have a two-tier legal system… one if your name has a “D” next to your name and their acquaintances; and another if you have an “R” next to your name and your associates. For the latter, you’re guilty until proven innocent.

  27. “And this smells big time” said the Judge. Absolutely! Ms. Clark also doesn’t know the Obama’s. Once again, there’s a two tiered justice system.

    BTW, was Foxx elected or appointed………..can she be removed?

  28. Clark is accused of giving an acquaintance access to her bank account and then telling police money had been stolen, something she denies.

    According to a transcript obtained by FOX 32, Judge Martin hammered prosecutors, asking, “I’d like to know why Ms. Clark is being treated differently than Jussie Smollett.

    Well that’s obvious. Her “acquaintance” wasn’t a MAGA Nigerian. That’s the fundamental difference between the two.

    If a MAGA Nigerian had access to her bank account (which is stupid, she should have just wrote them a personal check), we could have blamed the KKK, and therefore Trump. And then Foxx would have to let her go. But – no MAGA Nigerian, no reason to drop the charges.

    I think the only thing to do now is give this woman a role on Empire. That’s what justice demands.

    1. Well, one other difference you are overlooking is that it doesn’t look like this lady is “gay”, so she should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law! Throw the damn books at her!

  29. Anyone that is in jail in her county for felonies, should be making phone calls to the media left and right about the obvious favoritism going on.

  30. We must have equality when it comes to the systematic corruption of the Cook Country justice system. Commoners should have access to the same level of corruption as celebs. No exceptions.

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