“Familiar Playbook” In Chicago Cop Scandals: Payouts, Little Discipline

Print
The Chicago Police Department's record of brutality began long before the widely publicized case of Laquan McDonald, the New York Times reports. For decades, back to violent clashes at the 1968 Democratic National Convention and confessions coerced by a “midnight crew” of detectives accused of using suffocation, electric shock and Russian roulette on black men
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.

Comments are closed.