Loretta Lynch: Chicago police use excessive force regularly, violating Fourth Amendment

CBS News - Friday, 13 January 2017
Attorney General Loretta Lynch says the Chicago Police Department uses excessive force regularly, violating the Constitution. The Justice Department investigated the police force's conduct after the shooting death of LaQuan McDonald in 2014. Watch her full statement here.

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