A Chicago judge wants Mayor Rahm Emanuel to testify about the police department's code of silence, but attorneys for the city would rather settle than have the embattled mayor take the stand.
April Goggans stood silently holding a sign that read, "16 shots and a cover up #LaquanMcDonald #ResignRahm," according to CNN.
More revelations in the Laquan McDonald police shooting case continue to come to light, alluding to a cover-up orchestrated by city officials in Chicago. Attorneys for the McDonald family claim Chicago police pressured eyewitnesses to alter their statements about what they saw the night officer Jason Van Dyke brutally gunned down the 17-year-old Chicago native. Justin Glawe of The Daily Beast reported: McDonald’s attorneys […]
Black Lives Matter activists are continuing to make their voices heard around the nation. In Chicago, they’re calling for Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to resign. On Christmas Eve–a huge commercial retail day–demonstrators took to the downtown streets chanting “16 shots and a cover-up”. The chant is a reference to a black teen, Laquan McDonald, shot […]
The investigation will examine police practices used in the October 2014 shooting of Laquan McDonald and dive deeper into other police shootings, training, and the use of deadly force.
As a result of civilians using their mobile devices to record encounters with local law enforcement many police officers across the country are angry and…
In an effort to address the pain of dozens of torture victims who experienced brutal treatment at the hands of former Chicago Police Cmdr. Jon…