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The police pension board had to decide Thursday whether Burge's conviction for lying about the torture of criminal suspects in 2003 was "relating to or arising out of or in connection with" his job as a police officer.
Four board members on the police pension board, all current or former Chicago cops, elected by fellow cops, decided his perjury conviction for lying about the torture of suspects was unrelated to police work.