Venue Change In Chicago Police Shooting Sought Over Mayor’s Remarks

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The white Chicago policeman charged with murder in the shooting death of a black teenager will seek a change of venue, arguing that comments Mayor Rahm Emanuel made jeopardize his chances of a fair trial, the Associated Press reports. Officer Jason Van Dyke appeared at a preliminary court hearing, facing six counts of first-degree murder
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