Chicago Police Shot 14 They Wrongly Thought Had a Gun

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Chicago Tribune examined all officer-involved shootings since 2010 and found 14 cases in which police mistakenly believed that objects like a wrench and a flashlight were guns. Those cases have subjected city to $15 million in damages so far, with three cases still pending.
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