BREAKING NEWS Out Of Chicago… This Is BRUTAL

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A Chicago man stabbed his brother-in-law at least 25 times on a city bus, partially disemboweling him in front of shocked riders, officials said Saturday.

Darnell Scott, 37, attacked his brother-in-law with a 2-inch pocket knife while the two were on the CTA bus on the city’s South Side around 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, The Chicago Tribune reported.

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Darnell R. Scott stabbed his brother-in-law at least 25 times while on a city bus, prosecutors said.  (Chicago Police Photo)

Fox News reports that the attack took place after Scott got on the bus and walked past his 50-year-old brother-in-law without saying anything, Assistant State’s Attorney Craig Taczy told a courtroom Saturday. When the brother-in-law approached Scott, the men got into a fight with Scott punching and stabbing the man.

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While Taczy did not say what caused the fight, an arrest report obtained by The Tribune said the brother-in-law told police he was hit after he asked Scott if he had previously sent people to “jump him.”

Scott and the victim do not have a “friendly relationship,” and hadn’t spoken for some time despite being related by marriage, according to Taczy.

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As the two men wrestled on the bus floor, Scott pulled the knife and stabbed the victim, according to Taczy, as some passengers recorded video on their cellphones. The man was taken to Stroger Hospital in critical condition, according to the police report. Scott, who was arrested after getting off the bus, was also hospitalized for his injuries. Officers also found the gray-handled knife and took it into evidence, and say Scott admitted stabbing the victim.

The brother-in-law, whose name was not released, was hospitalized in critical condition, but is expected to survive his injuries. Scott was arrested after getting off the bus, and later admitted to police he stabbed his brother-in-law, according to prosecutors.

Scott appeared in court Saturday, where he was denied bail and ordered to have no contact with the victim, according to the Tribune.

Scott, a married father of three, will be able to seek a reduced bond at his next hearing, the judge ruled.

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