Jussie Really Screwed One Thing Up: Chicago Cop Reveals “Exact Moment” He Knew Smollett Was Lying

Jussie Smollett lied

He was found guilty. We have been hearing all these stories about his lies.

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Former Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson took part in the in the investigation of the “attack.”

According to Johnson, Jussie looked really suspish. There was something wrong about him. He treated him like a victim because that was his job. However, one particular detail blew Jussie’s acting up. It has something to do with the subway sandwich.

“He went to a Subway sandwich shop at like two in the morning to get a sandwich. OK, that’s fine. He comes back gets attacked in a hate crime, supposed hate crime. And during all this scuffle, they poured bleach on him and all of this. When he got up and went into his apartment building, he still had this Subway sandwich. Well, that doesn’t happen. When people get attacked like that whatever belongings they have out there, they usually leave it until the police can go back with them because they’re afraid, This guy had the sandwich in his hand and never been touched.”

Killers make about 30 mistakes during the crime act. Jussie is not a murderer but he did make too many mistakes.

The Blaze reported Johnson’s comments about Smollett. What about the noose?

Johnson told Morning in America, “When I initially saw the video of him in his apartment with the noose around his neck, I was concerned, because I don’t think there are many black people in America that would have a noose around their neck, and wouldn’t immediately take it off. And then the way he was so nonchalant, handling, it gave me pause for concern[.]” Johnson insisted, however, that “I would not let the police department make him an offender until the evidence just got to be so overwhelming. I stopped the department from calling him an offender for quite a while.”

Johnson added more:

“Myself and Mayor Emanuel, we were upset at the time that — you stained our city like that and we put all that manpower into it — but… this isn’t the heinous crime of the century. You know, he didn’t kill anybody, he didn’t blow up a building. So, we would have been more than happy with just an apology at the end of all that we uncovered what we did but for some reason, he just wanted to keep going down this road that he was actually a victim.”

Justice was served, huh?

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Source: Wayne Dupree

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