http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-0307030261jul03,1,4302042.story?coll=chi-newslocal-hed The first jurors in memory to acquit a defendant in the death of a Chicago police officer say the evidence did not prove the fatal shooting of Officer James Camp was intentional and reject criticism that they reached a verdict too hastily. Prosecutors did not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that while wrestling with Camp near a stolen car in March 1999, the suspect had intentionally . . .
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