Alma Benitez says police prevented her from recording the scene, illegally detained her and pressured her to change her account. [ more › ]
Attorneys for the estate of Laquan McDonald, a knife-carrying teenager shot by police last year, are accusing the Chicago Police Department of intimidating witnesses and forcing them to change their accounts of the shooting.
A Cook County sheriff's officer was on the scene of Laquan McDonald's fatal shooting by a Chicago police officer within a minute of the event, but he did not show up in police reports and was not part of any investigation until the ...
Would adding more female police officers prevent shootings like Laquan McDonald's? That's what NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the son and grandson of cops, argues in his latest column for Time. [ more › ]
A Cook County Sheriff's officer arrived at the scene of the Laquan McDonald shooting a minute after he was shot, although he wasn't mentioned in police reports. [ more › ]