Tuesday, September 26, 2023
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Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Unresolved Cases in Chicago Waterways Spark Concerns




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Since the beginning of 2022, authorities have recovered the remains of 10 men and 6 women from various locations in Chicago’s waterways, Your Content has learned.

The recent discovery of Noah Enos, a 26-year-old who went missing on June 12, has further intensified concerns about unresolved cases.

Noah Enos was last seen at The Salt Shed in the city, and his body was found in the river five days later.

The cause of his death is yet to be announced, prompting his family to seek justice and believe foul play was involved. At a vigil held in his memory, his girlfriend, Nicole Wijs, expressed her hope that Noah would be the last victim to suffer such a fate.

An examination of the circumstances surrounding these cases reveals several intriguing aspects.

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Enos attended a concert with a co-worker on the night he disappeared, but they got separated at the end of the show.

His phone reportedly died around 10 pm, and his family and friends reached out to the bar he visited earlier.

Out of the 16 individuals found drowned since the start of 2022, only one has been ruled a suicide, while three were declared accidents, leaving the fate of the remaining 13 undetermined or pending investigation.

While Chicago police have not yet commented on any potential connections between the 16 bodies found, former FBI agent Tracy Wilder has voiced concerns about the possibility of a serial killer.

Wilder, who has extensive experience working with law enforcement agencies, believes that the similarities in the cases, including the locations where the bodies were recovered and the prevalence of “accidental” drownings, point to more than mere coincidences.

She highlights the difficulty in obtaining forensic evidence when bodies are dumped in the river, making it an almost perfect crime.

However, not all experts share the same opinion.

Joseph Giacalone, a former NYPD officer and professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, urges investigators to remain focused on their duties rather than getting swayed by conspiracy theories circulating on social media.

He emphasizes the importance of treating every death as potentially suspicious until proven otherwise.

Efforts to solve these cases have been ongoing since the end of 2022, with the Chicago Police Department and the FBI collaborating closely.

Chicago’s high crime rate has been a long-standing challenge, with the city leading the nation in homicides for the 11th consecutive year in 2022.

The overall crime statistics continue to be a cause for concern, with a significant increase observed in offenses compared to the previous year.

As investigations continue, the residents of Chicago remain anxious, seeking answers and closure for the victims and their families.

The hope is that through diligent detective work and community cooperation, these unresolved cases will find resolution, and justice will be served, according to DailyMail.

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