Chicago PD – Loose Cannons?

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APTOPIX Killings By Police Chicago
Chicago police form a line to prevent protestors from entering an expressway on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015, in Chicago. White Officer Jason Van Dyke, who shot Laquan McDonald 16 times last year, was charged with first-degree murder Tuesday, hours before the city released a video of the killing. (AP Photo/Paul Beaty)

 

You have to read this article if you are not familiar w/ the long running history of Misconduct by the ‪#‎Chicago‬ PD. It’s unimaginable

 

There needs to be ‪#‎Justice‬ for the Citizens of Chicago, and the nation, b/c I am SURE this is not isolated to CHI. ‪#‎JusticeDepartment‬ ‪#‎POTUS‬ ‪#‎RahmEmanuel‬

 

Below Are Excerpts From The Article: “Clock is ticking on destruction of Chicago police misconduct files” by ‪#‎CaitlinDickson‬

 

“before [officer]‪#‎VanDyke‬ was arrested for killing ‪#‎LaQaunMcDonald‬, he had been the subject of at least 20 ‪#‎misconduct‬ complaints, ‪#‎none‬ of which‪#‎resulted‬ in ‪#‎discipline‬. “

 

“McDonald was one of the 409 people who’ve been shot by Chicago police officers since 2007 — ‪#‎127WereFatal‬ — according to the city’s Independent Police Review Authority.”


“An explosive investigation published by ‪#‎TheGuardian‬ newspaper in February describes ‪#‎HomanSquare‬ as more like a CIA ‘black site’ than a police precinct, a secretive warehouse where suspects are allegedly subjected to ‪#‎beatings‬ and prolonged ‪#‎shackling‬, are denied the right to legal counsel and are not booked in any official ‪#‎CPD‬ databases. “

 

 

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