Sloppy Record Keeping Delays Chicago Police Discipline

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An off-duty Chicago police officer held a gun on Brandon Whitehead on a street, calling him and his father obscenities. The men thought thought they were being carjacked. More than 11 years ago, the Whiteheads filed a complaint with police officials responsible for investigating officer misconduct. The father and son were skeptical Levigne would be punished. They were right, the Chicago Tribune . . .

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