Not surprising at all. What is surprising (to me) is that (if you read the end of the article)
Over the weekend, Chicago police shot and killed two other people, a 55-year-old woman who was shot accidentally and a 19-year-old man whom police
have said was "combative" before he was shot. The department will not say how many officers fired their weapons or what the two people
were doing before they were shot.
Here is the link for review and further discussion.
In another year or so they'll finally be forced to release the dash video (I don't know that there is one, just saying) that shows what happened and
then they'll fire another commissioner, the mayor will say he has no comment at yet another press conference where nothing is really said, and we'll
start the whole process all over again.
We had a similar discussion on another thread the other day. I would be curious what the outcome would be if he did get off... If the judge / jury
decided to to press criminal charges; rest assured there will be a civil suite regardless, but.......
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