Dec 07, 2015

Justice Department Investigates Chicago Police Department After Footage Of Fatal Shooting Of Laquan McDonald Was Released - In Flex We Trust

After video of a patrolman’s fatal shooting footage of Laquan McDonald was released he U.S. Department of Justice is reportedly opening an investigation into the Chicago Police Department over the shooting of Laquan McDonald. There have been several accusations of a cover up. According to the Chicago Tribune a law enforcement official familiar with the coming investigation said the inquiry likely...

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