Chicago attempting to take pensions from retired Officers after they refuse to return back to work.

So that's a bad thing? Men and women spend 20-25+ years of their lives, risking their lives, to serve and protect their communities from criminals. They spend their days responding to people of all ages from anything from choking, domestic violence, car accidents, to active shooters, tortures, and other such things. And you want to complain that they get a retirement pension? Per the Legislative Analyst's Office, It costs an average of about $81,000 per year to incarcerate an inmate in prison in California. For someone who is a criminal guilty of breaking the law. But you want to bitch because people who spend 25+ years of their work life and risk their life, see horrible graphic things they can never forget, get paid a pension? Seriously.

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