Dec 06, 2015

Officials: Justice Department to investigate Chicago Police Department - Chicago Tribune

The U.S. Justice Department will open a civil rights investigation into the Chicago Police Department in the wake of the release of video showing the police shooting of Laquan McDonald , according to law enforcement officials familiar with the coming investigation.

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