DOJ report: Civil rights abuses by Chicago police

CBS News - Friday, 13 January 2017
The Department of Justice released results of an investigation into the Chicago police department. They found Chicago PD has systematically violated civil rights of blacks and used excessive force in general. Dan Isom, a retired chief of police for the City of St. Louis, joins CBSN with more on their findings.

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