The town of Chicago delivered a letter to the legal team of Jussie Smollett who was looking for a $ 130,000 search from the actor, a spokesperson for the home law department who published for Fox News on Thursday, as solicitors asked Smollett with Chief Executive Police Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Eddie Johnson for "shooting the character of an innocent person through the mud."
"Jussie is a President and Professor of Police – he is deeply regretful of having committed the character of an innocent person through the mud. Jussie has paid enough," he added. said the legal team report.
According to the town's legal sector, the city of Chicago is seeking "an immediate payment" of the $ 130,000 "spent per hour in the study on this case," saying if it is not for interest. T paid within 7 days the "Law Division may object to Smollett" to make a false statement to the town "or" follow any other legal remedy available under the law. "
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Emanuel had been said at the Thursday news conference that the actor should "pay back the town".
'Because he doesn't feel feeling annoyed and repented, my suggestion is when he writes a check in the memorandum section t [of the check]And he can't say the word: "I am responsible for my decision," said Emanuel.
The king stood shoulder to the town's police force, on Tuesday evening, letting the accused accused him of staring against a "Empire" star and hitting it as "whitewash of justice."
Johnson and Emanuel had said that it was not only angry with the surprising result of Tuesday but also that they would remove with the decision themselves, with only the officers learning that Smollett would not. accused of allegations of hate crime at the same time. .
"Where is the accountability in the system? You can't – because of a person's condition – one set of rules applies to them and other rules apply to everyone else," said Emanuel. “Our officers did hard work out every day, with the hour working to rest on that night. The village saw its fame pulled through the mud. It's not just the job of the officers, but the work of the jury came to a decision based on only a part of the evidence. [presented]. In light of the judge's decision, none of that evidence will be made public.
Emanuel said: "[This case] who send a clear message that you are in an impact situation and have the power to be treated as one way and if you are not treated, you will be treated differently. "
Fox News added Matt Finn in Chicago, Mariah Haas and The Associated Press.