Posted October 10, 2018 07:22:11Alyssa D’Alessandro was the victim of an ambush on the night of April 19, 2020.
Her attacker was identified as 27-year-old Kevin J. Bouchard.
He left behind a trail of blood, and when he turned around to flee, D’Aloisio was hit.
Bouchard was arrested in the city a few days later and is serving a life sentence.
He was originally charged with first-degree murder and first-time murder.
He has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
In a video that has been viewed more than 6 million times, D”Alessandos cries out for help and she says, “Don’t let him take my life, please.
“D’Alosio was a native of Chicago, and she said she has lived in Chicago her entire life.
She and her family moved to the city as a child, and lived in a home that is now the home of the Chicago Bulls.
Her parents had moved to New York City, and they never moved back to Chicago.
In the video, D'”Alessando said, “I was born in Chicago, I grew up in Chicago.
I’ve lived in the neighborhood since I was three years old, and I’ve seen so much good.
My dad was the mayor.
We moved out to this city for three years, and we lived in this city.
I came to this country when I was eight years old.
I went to college, got my GED.
I got a job as a house painter.
I had a good job.
I started doing construction.
I was a good student, and it was always my dream.
I worked in construction, and at the end of the day, I had my dream job, so I decided to go back to my roots and try to be a real Chicagoan.”
Alyssas D’ Aloisio and her father, Kevin, outside their home in Chicago on March 28, 2018.
Alysss D’ Anoisio says she is a victim of a crime committed by Kevin J Bouchards ex-wife.
Her father said the family was looking forward to their return to the Windy City.
“It was really exciting to come back home and to see the neighborhood, and to be able to take my kids and my grandkids,” Kevin Boucharded said.
“I am proud to have a city like this that has a lot of great people that are working hard to bring us up and get us to where we want to be.
The whole city is just so welcoming and so accepting, so welcoming to everybody.”
The family was welcomed to Chicago by Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who called D’Anoisio a hero.
D’Alesandro was honored at a vigil at the Chicago City Hall on April 25, 2020, in which she addressed the community, telling her story.
She said, I was the first victim of homicide, and now I am here, to tell my story.
We need to stand up, we need to take a stand, and people need to hear this and get involved.
“A number of other victims of the ambush have come forward to share their stories.