VIDEO: Deranged Female Spits On Protesting Chicago Cop - Reward Offered For ID

The Chicago Fraternal Order of Police has offered a reward for help finding a protester who spit on a police officer.

Chicago, IL – The Chicago police officers’ union has offered a reward for information leading to the arrest of a woman who spit on a cop during a protest at City Hall on May 23 (video below).

The protester’s assault on the off-duty police officer was captured on video and showed that she aggressively approached the officer as he marched with his colleagues in protest of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s pandering to anti-police critics.

Hundreds of police officers had arrived by the busload for the organized demonstration in downtown Chicago that has become known as “Blue Wednesday,” to voice their distrust of the mayor, FOX News reported.

In the video, the officer appeared to remain calm as the enraged woman rushed up into his face and screamed at him.

He continued walking, and the protester kept step with him, chewing him out the entire time. She finished her tirade by spitting on the Chicago police officer.

On Monday, the Fraternal Order of Police announced a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the woman who was filmed spitting on a cop.

President Donald Trump tweeted his support for the officers who were protesting in Chicago on May 25.

“Chicago Police have every right to legally protest against the mayor and an administration that just won’t let them do their job. The killings are at a record pace and tough police work, which Chicago will not allow, would bring things back to order fast…the killings must stop,” President Trump posted.

Thirty-eight people were shot, and nine died, in the violence over Memorial Day weekend in Chicago.

On May 23, off-duty officers carried signs that said “Blue Lives Matter” and “Back the Blue” and chanted "Rahm must go" and "We are CPD" as they marched around City Hall.

The demonstration was planned in direct response to the Chicago Police Board’s recent decision to put Chicago Police Officer Robert Rialmo on a no-pay status for a 2015 fatal shooting that had already been ruled justified by Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson, FOX News reported.

Not only was the shooting ruled justified, but the city went so far as to sue the dead suspect's estate.

The shooting occurred at approximately 4:30 a.m. on Dec. 26, 2015, when Officer Rialmo and his partner responded to reports of a disturbance at an apartment where Quintonio LeGrier was staying, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Jones, who lived in a downstairs apartment, opened the door for officers and directed them to an upper-floor apartment.

But as officers began climbing the stairs, LeGrier charged down at them with a baseball bat raised over his head, State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s office revealed, according to the Chicago Tribune.

As the officers quickly backed down the stairs and onto the front landing, Officer Rialmo fired at LeGrier, who had continued his pursuit of the officers.

LeGrier was hit by six of the eight bullets fired by Officer Rialmo.

Jones, who was standing behind LeGrier when the altercation took place, was shot once in the chest.

Jones and LeGrier both died from their gunshot wounds.

The city’s lawsuit blamed LeGrier for “negligent acts and/or omissions,” and noted that he failed to follow police commands, advanced on officers, swung the bat at police, and failed to take medication to control his mental illness, the Chicago Tribune reported.

After word of the lawsuit created political backlash, Mayor Emanuel apologized to the dead suspect's family and called off the lawsuit.

The city's civilian review panel then determined that the shooting was unjustified, despite the shooting having already been ruled justified.

Because of the civilian review board's decision, the officer was placed on unpaid leave.

The mayor has failed to back officers or take any responsibility for issues involving law enforcement. A spokesperson for the mayor claimed that the hands-off approach helped build trust.

“When you have people on either side of the police reform issue criticizing, it’s a sign we’re hitting it down the middle of the fairway as we continue to build trust between officers and residents, ensure oversight and accountability, and give officers the tools and training they need to be proactive in the crime fight,” a spokesperson for the mayor told FOX News in a statement.

The FOP said the mayor has “turned his back” on his police department by worrying more about “pandering to police-hating media” and giving in to the ACLU, according to FOX News.

Chicago police have asked that everyone share this video, even if you’re not in that city, because the more the woman’s image is posted, the better chance of her being identified and arrested.

Watch the disturbed protester spitting on a police officer in the video below:

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John.Brown
John.Brown

Part of me is glad that the officer didn't respond, but he had every right to punch the bitch in the mouth!

Burgers Allday
Burgers Allday

"Part of me is glad that the officer didn't respond, but he had every right to punch the bitch in the mouth!" That would be inconsistent with being scared of catching loathsome diseases from her saliva.

John.Brown
John.Brown

I never said anything about "being scared of catching loathsome diseases from her saliva." You're another bitch that should be punched in the mouth.

Sherb13
Sherb13

We need /pol/ on the case.

Rascal1966
Rascal1966

He's a good man cause I would have punched the stupid bitch!!

Buttercup
Buttercup

I suspect one of her broke friends will throw her under the bus and take that $1K reward.

GHarvey
GHarvey

Should have taken the stupid bitch down right there.

b1rd
b1rd

At least we don't have to wait for the video. Huu Booger.

Burgers Allday
Burgers Allday

For the record, she spit on him and should not have.

Det_John_Kimble
Det_John_Kimble

That bitch looks like she just fell out the ugly tree and hit every branch on the way down.

Big_Tex
Big_Tex

They should've snatched that bitch up right then and there.

Memaw187
Memaw187

Nasty witch thinks only her opinion counts and should be heard,like all the liberals these days. She deserved to be punched right in the mouth,he is to be commended for not doing so. Just wait,another punk will out her.

lmullen804
lmullen804

In my state spitting on someone is only a misdemeanor but if I punch the idiot in the face it's a felony. So the laws here favor leftists.

M4D
M4D

He had more control than I would have had. Self defense would have been appropriate.

John.Brown
John.Brown

I wonder whether stricter federal gun control laws could have prevented this tragedy?

And as @LEO0301 says, thoughts and prayers, thoughts and prayers.

nomorecommonsense
nomorecommonsense

I just have a question about the incident that inspired the demonstration in the first place. From what I've read on other news sites, the shooting was ruled unjustified. The city did file a lawsuit, but dropped it almost immediately, so why does this article say nothing about that? I have no real issues about someone armed and advancing with a bat being shot by the police, but for someone who had nothing to do with the situation to be shot and killed is a problem. Blue Lives Matter is showing a bias, and for other officers to support the officer involved is somewhat troubling. Accident or not, he killed a innocent person when he made the decision to shoot, even though he admitted that "she was close." I understand that this article is about the spitting assault on the officer, but the fact that blue lives matter is trying to portray the officer that is the cause of the protest as innocent is like I said, troubling.

LEO0301
LEO0301

@nomorecommonsense - just about all the questions you have regarding this incident can be found in the story above. Give it a read.

nomorecommonsense
nomorecommonsense

Read it again. The officer may have been justified in shooting the suspect, but he should still be held responsible for the involuntary manslaughter, at least, of the woman. That's my only point. An officer is responsible for every bullet that leaves their weapon, and that applies here. There should have been two separate investigations in my opinion.

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retiredladybluecpd
retiredladybluecpd

Please NO ONE goes to work wanting to kill anyone. The officer did not intentionally shoot the woman. She should have stood back. You were not there so please stop trying to second guess. It was all related to the same incident. He did not go back and shoot her . And for the record You do not have any common sense.

Miss Lil
Miss Lil

They should check all Starbucks in the area around the time the incident occurred. She has a coffee cup in her hand. She most likely paid for it by credit card and they would have record of that. They might even have video footage of the purchase as well.

Weasler
Weasler

The bitch shouldn't be too hard to find

Weasler
Weasler

Check the local dog pound. She's probably there.