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JonM 11-11-2011 05:10 PM

thank god for illinois gun ban!!
 
thank god that illinois bans ccw!! this poor man could have been injured by a wild west shootout type conrontation if the elderly greedy 1% type nurse had a concealed handgun!! he woulda been cut off in his prime just as he was ready to settle down turn his life around and start a family!!

definately a win-win for illinois


Raymond Harris Stole Murdered Nurse's Wedding Ring To Propose To His Girlfriend, Prosecutors Say (VIDEO)

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Raymond Harris Stole Murdered Nurse's Wedding Ring To Propose To His Girlfriend, Prosecutors Say (VIDEO)
First Posted: 11/10/11 06:34 PM ET Updated: 11/11/11 10:02 AM ET

A suburban Chicago parolee charged in the beating death of a longtime nurse allegedly stole the woman's wedding and engagement rings in order to propose to his girlfriend.

Raymond Harris, 36, of Carpentersville, Ill.was charged Thursday with first-degree murder and robbery in the death of Virginia Perillo, 73, of the 3300 block of South Parnell Avenue, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

Perillo was found unresponsive, lying face down in her garage by a neighbor in the Chicago's Bridgeport neighborhood on Oct. 22. She had sustained serious blows to the head and never regained consciousness after she was taken to John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital in critical condition. She died the following day.

In court, prosecutors said Harris, who was paroled earlier this year after he served 13 years of a 30-year prison sentence on attempted murder and aggravated arson convictions, attended a party after attacking Perillo and was seen wearing "brand new clothes" and showing off new rings which he used later that night to propose to his girlfriend, according to the Chicago Tribune. Perillo's family reportedly confirmed that rings being worn by Harris' fiance belonged to the victim.

In the previous case, Harris was convicted of breaking into a Chicago woman's home, raping her, cutting her neck and beating her for several hours before setting multiple fires to her home in 1997, the Sun-Times reports. Only three weeks prior to that attack, Harris had been released from prison for a 1993 armed robbery, vehicular invasion and burglary charge.

A police source told the Tribune that DNA evidence from a blood-stained wristwatch recovered from the scene of the homicide led authorities to Harris.

Harris has been ordered held without bail.

Perillo, who had worked as a registered nurse for the last 40 years, was remembered by her son John as deeply passionate about caring for her patients. Her husband Mauro had suffered a stroke only a few weeks prior to her death and she is believed to have been returning from visiting him in the hospital the day she was attacked.

In a statement released Thursday by her family, Perillo's family said they were "relieved knowing that there is one less criminal on the street. We can begin the healing process and put some closure to this and hopefully find the answers as to why," NBC Chicago reports.

vincent 11-11-2011 05:16 PM

Served 13 out of 30??? Way to go IL judicial system, I guess he was "rehabilitated"...

fmj 11-11-2011 05:33 PM

But hes a good boy!! Just a misunderstood, underprivileged child that this evil, capitalistic society ignored .

JonM 11-11-2011 05:42 PM

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Originally Posted by fmj (Post 625113)
But hes a good boy!! Just a misunderstood, underprivileged child that this evil, capitalistic society ignored .

i think we all know where the blame lies. wall street and george bush

fmj 11-11-2011 05:57 PM

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Originally Posted by JonM (Post 625118)
i think we all know where the blame lies. wall street and george bush

Quoted for fact!

dog2000tj 11-11-2011 06:02 PM

Is it just me or does anybody else sense some sarcasm in JonM's post? :rolleyes:

It's this kind of thinking that disturbs me -
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In a statement released Thursday by her family, Perillo's family said they were "relieved knowing that there is one less criminal on the street. We can begin the healing process and put some closure to this and hopefully find the answers as to why," NBC Chicago reports.
So what part of being released after serving 13 out of 30 do they not understand?

fmj 11-11-2011 06:03 PM

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Originally Posted by dog2000tj (Post 625130)
Is it just me or does anybody else sense some sarcasm in JonM's post? :rolleyes:

I am fluent in the language of sarcasm...it is a language that is difficult at best to understand in the medium of the interwebz...

orangello 11-11-2011 06:40 PM

That is just damn pathetic; maybe the city will pay for her funeral due to the part their anti-gun laws played in her death.

His "girlfriend" probably dodged a life of abuse when he got picked up.

CA357 11-11-2011 06:42 PM

An eye for an eye. As much as I would like to hear that animal scream in pain, one round to the cerebral cortex will have to do.

JTJ 11-11-2011 06:52 PM

I believe we should abolish the death penalty but bring back the Galley. Life chained to an oar for capitol offenders. Maybe they could be used as yachts for politicians. Double rations this morning men, the captain wants to go water skiing.


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