‘I can’t give you a motive’: Prosecutors clueless why Chicago Chinatown killer shot 71-year-old man

Prosecutors are still reportedly clueless about the motives behind the seemingly callous murder of a 71-year-old Chinese man near an elementary school in Chicago’s Chinatown on Tuesday. What happened: Prosecutors at the bond hearing on Thursday could only explain that “sometimes individuals just do evil things” as they tried to determine why Alphonso Joyner, 23, shot and killed Woom Sing Tse, according to Chicago Sun-Times. “That’s the situation we have here,” Assistant State’s Attorney James Murphy said. Tse was reportedly walking on the 200 block of West 23rd Place near John C. Haines Elementary School when Joyner fired at the elderly man from his car while driving by.

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