Cook's County Attorney Kim Fox is open to an external investigation of her cabinet's decision to cancel all charges against Yusse Smolet, the prosecutor wrote in a newspaper. A tribunal that revising the prosecutors' decision to reject all 16 crimes against the actor 'Empire' would help preserve transparency. The dismissal triggered an immediate reproach from Chicago Mayor Ram Emanuel and police officer Eddie Johnson, as the mayor called him "a blur of justice." and my office trusts our community is paramount, "Fox wrote.
Smolet is accused of falsifying racist, anti-gay attacks against himself in January. , as the actor argues, she points out that some of the evidence used to obtain a conviction is "uncertain." conviction, Fox wrote. "For a number of reasons … my office believed that the probability of getting a sentence was not certain."
Foxx said that "the alleged unstable actions of Smollett may have caused him more harm than he can be convicted by a court ordered by a court." But she added that prisoners should be reserved for those who commit violent crimes.