Sunday, June 19, 2016

Singer Alejandro “Jano” Fuentes who performed on Mexican version of 'The Voice' dies in Chicago shooting, with the toughest gun control laws in America


I changed the Fox News headline to make an obvious point. 
Gun control laws have ZERO effect in Chicago, Philadelphia, Detroit, or any other American city where tough gun control laws have been in place for years.  All of these cities are controlled by Democrats who don’t care if Blacks and Latinos shoot each other to death.  It’s a fact because the shooting and killing continues and they never speak about it other than when something like Orlando happens.  They they have a lot to say.    

Fox News reports a Chicago singer who was on the Mexican version of “The Voice” in 2011 has died after being shot and killed in an ambush while celebrating his birthday with friends, officials said Saturday.

The Cook County Medical Examiner’s office confirmed that Alejandro “Jano” Fuentes, 45, died after he was shot in the head three times late Thursday outside his Tres Bambalinas School on Chicago’s southwest side.

Fuentes got into his car with friends and an armed man suddenly ordered Fuentes out of the vehicle and shot him.

Police said they had no suspects in the attack. WGN-TV reported police were investigating whether the shooting was an attempted carjacking or a robbery.

The shooting occurred less than a week after the killing of Christina Grimmie, who appeared on the U.S. version of the show. Authorities said a man shot her while she was signing autographs after a performance in Orlando, Florida. The man then killed himself

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