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    ‘They said they were trying to kill us!’ Chicago couple who were battered by violent mob say it was a ‘completely random’ attack – as Illinois state senator DEFENDS teen rioters claiming it was a protest ‘against poverty’

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    A couple who were violently targeted in Chicago’s out-of-control ‘teen riots’ have condemned their attackers for trying ‘to kill us’ – after an Illinois state senator defended the mob for protesting ‘against poverty and segregation’, Your Content has learned.

    A couple who were attacked during Chicago’s out-of-control ‘teen riots’ over the weekend slammed the mob for ‘trying to prove a point for nothing’

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    The chaotic scenes led to 15 arrests and two shootings as the city descended into violence.

    But Illinois state senator Robert Peters came out in defense of the rioters, branding it a ‘mass protest against poverty and segregation,‘according to Fox News.

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