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Citing beating of officer, Chicago’s top cop says police are ‘second-guessing themselves’

CHICAGO — Chicago’s top cop said Thursday one of his officers was seriously beaten at an accident scene because the national focus on police shootings has caused officers to second-guess themselves. Superintendent Eddie Johnson said the patrol officer told him she did not use her gun to...
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