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March 31, 2015

DAILYKENN.com -- This story is a tad bit late.

Rahm Emanuel was spotted shirtless at an anti-Nazi rally in Chicago.

The lateness is 37 years.

Emanuel was 18 at the time and his image was captured on video a generation before smart-phone videos became prevalent. The year was 1978.

That video made its way into the documentary, Marquette Park II.

Chicago Reader managing editor Jake Malooley happened to notice it and brought it to the public's attention via The Washington Post.

The video is relative because Emanuel is facing a serious challenge in his bid for re-election as Chicago's mayor.

The Post notes:

Emanuel faces Cook County Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia in Chicago's mayoral runoff election April 7. According to a Chicago Tribune survey, Emanuel leads 51 percent to 37 percent with 11 percent undecided.

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1 comments:

  1. Nothings changed in Chicago their still as corupt as they were in the days of Al Capone

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