Two Years After McDonald Case, Chicago Protests Seek Changes

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The second anniversary of the shooting death of Laquan McDonald in Chicago was remembered yesterday with a rally outside police headquarters, where demonstrators called for the prosecution of police officers who use deadly force and encouraged people to support the passage of Illinois House Bill 6616, the Laquan McDonald Act, reports the Chicago Sun-Times. William Calloway, a community activist who organized the . . .

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