Lynch: Chicago Police Department engages in a pattern of excessive force
CBS News - Friday, 13 January 2017
After the deadly shooting of LaQuan McDonald in 2014, the Justice Department opened an investigation into the Chicago Police Department. During a press conference, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said the investigation concluded that the Chicago police have exhibited a pattern of excessive abuse, violating the Fourth Amendment. Former Chicago police officer Dimitri Roberts discusses on CBSN.
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