In the fallout from the Laquan McDonald shooting, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel touted a new policy requiring that videos of shootings by police be released within three months, calling it a shift toward transparency for a city that long fought to keep evidence of wrongdoing by officers hidden from the public. Now, a little more than a year later, Emanuel's top lawyer has agreed for the first time to delay the release of a video of a police shooting . . .
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