Jan 29, 2016

Attorney denies Chicago officer tampered with dashcam | News OK

CHICAGO (AP) — A white Chicago police officer who shot a black teenager 16 times did not tamper with his squad car's dashcam, his attorney said Friday in response to a Chicago news outlet's report this week that the device was intentionally damaged. DNAinfo Chicago obtained Chicago Police Department maintenance records through a public information request that show the dashboard video and audio...

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