Chicago’s Cinco De Mayo Parade Canceled as Explosive Fight Between the Latin Kings and Rival Gang, Satan’s Disciples Takes Place in the Afternoon (VIDEO) | Gate Expert

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Meanwhile in the Democratic hellhole of Chicago…

The Cinco de Mayo parade on Chicago’s Southwest Side was canceled Sunday amid gang-related brawls.

“The Cinco de Mayo Parade was canceled to protect the safety of all in attendance, including families and children,” police said. “The decision was made in agreement with District 10 CPD, elected officials and parade organizers.”

A major fight broke out between the Latin Kings and the rival gang, the Devil’s Disciples near S. Rockwell and Cermak Streets.

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A weapons bust was made, according to police.

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ABC 7 Chicago reported:

The Cinco de Mayo parade on Chicago’s Southwest Side was diverted Sunday after reports of violence in the area.

The parade has a history of disruptions. From the COVID pandemic to a series of disputes between organizers and city officials, the parade was not even held from 2018 to 2022. It was only brought back last year.

There is still a lot of confusion surrounding what exactly happened to disrupt the parade.

At first glance, Sunday’s Cinco de Mayo parade was like any other. The show is lively and colorful, with entertaining musical performances representing different regions of Mexico.

“We actually discovered it just walking to the Mexican National Art museum,” said parade attendee Jennifer Vasquez. “We asked someone beforehand. We didn’t even realize it was happening.”

What many parade goers don’t realize is the behind-the-scenes drama that begins about a half hour before the parade is supposed to depart at Noon from Cemark Road off Damen Avenue in the Heart of Chicago. It was supposed to traverse a 1.2-mile route, ending at Marshall Boulevard in Little Village, just south of Douglass Park. Instead, a massive brawl in the parade area led to police issuing a cancellation notice.



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