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“Offended” judge slaps “Bean” taggers with $10K bail while accused gun offenders go free on their own recognizance

CWB Chicago 6 July 2019 No Comment

Two men who allegedly tagged “The Bean” sculpture in Millennium Park early on July 2nd were each ordered held on $10,000 bail after Cook County Judge David Navarro said he “[takes] offense at these offenses, these crimes that were alleged.”


Neither Rey Ortega nor Tino Guzman, both 20, has a criminal record. And Guzman isn’t even charged with painting the sculpture. He’s accused of spray painting a nearby bench.

But, because Navarro was “offended,” they sat in jail needing much more money to go free than many other defendants who appeared in the judge’s courtroom this week. Gun offenders and even people who allegedly battered cops after the Chicago Pride Parade were given much lower bail amounts by Navarro this week.

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