Fair Oaks deaths in Oak Park, IL

A real shame that this double homicide happened to people who were doing good in the community. However, it seems that it happens here, but don’t tell that to the property managers in this village. Supposedly it is the safest place to be, but something like this makes that a lie. The husband’s connection to governing over cases regarding Chicago police misconduct is very interesting as it is getting a lot of emphasis in the local media. It is very early to state what the hell is actually going on in this case. It did take a long time to state the cause of death and to rule it a homicide.

With both individuals being stabbed I wonder if that is why the Chicago Police Department connection is being pushed in the narrative. The local police department stated patrols will be stepped up in the area to calm the resident’s fears. But if the double homicide has anything to do with the CPD I doubt that more cops in the area will alleviate fears. More or less it will stoke the flames to this fire. Hopefully, it will cause at least in the short term a sense of fear for the village residents.

Hopefully, village residents will realize that things like this CAN happen here and secure their residences accordingly. There should not be a sense that the husband’s ties to overseeing police misconduct cases is the sole reason for his death. Meaning that residents should look at this as a wake-up call to draw their curtains at night, add some more security lights to their property and make sure their door are locked. Maybe this tragic situation will not only make us more alert but realize that our surroundings are not always safe, even if it is a place called home.

This is a local article talking about the Fair Oaks deaths:

https://www.oakpark.com/News/Articles/4-13-2020/Fair-Oaks-deaths-ruled-double-homicide/

This is a local article talking about the couple in their Oak Park home -stabbed to death:

https://chicago.suntimes.com/crime/2020/4/15/21223046/thomas-johnson-leslie-ann-jones-attorneys-oak-park-homicides-fair-oaks