Departed Chicago U.S. Attorney Seeks ‘Flood’ of Policing

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Hours after he abruptly resigned as Chicago's top federal prosecutor,  Zachary Fardon issued a fiery open letter urging the city and U.S. Justice Department to push through a consent decree for sweeping changes at the Chicago Police Department, reports the Chicago Tribune. The letter called for federal and local police to "flood" neighborhoods afflicted by rampant gang crime and . . .

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