Nearly an hour and a half of surveillance footage from the night of Laquan McDonald's death is missing from the security system at a Chicago Burger King near the scene of the black teen's alleged murder, and new evidence obtained byShow More Summary
Accused of deleting the surveillance video of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald’s death, several officers appeared in recently released screenshots tampering with Burger King’s computers before the footage mysteriously disappeared. Although 86 minutes of the surveillance video have gone missing,...
Two national full-service restaurants are joining the slew of fast food establishments like McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Burger King and Dairy Queen in dumping sugary drinks from the kid’s menu: Applebee’s and IHOP are the latest eateries to embrace the soda-less trend. A rep for DineEquity, the parent company of both Applebee’s and IHOP, confirmed the menu change with …
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From the bottom up: On the night of the Laquan McDonald shooting, Chicago police entered the nearby Burger King restaurant on Pulaski Road to see what its security cameras captured, a store official told NBC 5 News six months ago. When they left, the store official said, the security video was missing. Now NBC 5 […]
"If they got there and turned it on and found that there was no video, what were they looking at for two hours?" [ more › ]
White shooters live and maybe get a Whopper on the way to jail. Black suspects don't get the same royal treatment
AW1Ed sends us our first feel good story this morning from Tulsa, Oklahoma, where a Burger King customer was approached and threatened by a man with crowbar, so the armed citizen drilled him through the shoulder. Crowbar Boy took off in a getaway car and the police found him at a hospital. In St Louis, […]
Photos may back up a Burger King manager's story that Chicago police officers deleted 86 minutes of surveillance video from the night Laquan McDonald was shot 16 times. Screen grabs from a camera inside an office at the eatery show at least one officer at a computer terminal on Oct....
A branch of Burger King in the Suffolk town of Bury St. Edmunds has become the first fast food chain outlet in the UK to receive an alcohol licence.
Last week, Chicago prosecutors charged police officer Jason Van Dyke with the 2014 murder of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, the first such charge for an officer in the city in more than three decades. The video of the incident, in which...Show More Summary
At least five different videos —including the disturbing dashcam video that shows Laquan McDonald being shot 16 times by Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke—have emerged in the 17-year-old's killing, but some important footage is missing, a Burger King district manager tells the Chicago Tribune. Jay Darshane says he...
Burger King Manager Confirms Chicago Police Tampered With Surveillance Video A Burger King manager has confirmed that shady Chicago police officials did tamper with evidence following the murder of Laquan McDonald according to USA Today reports. A Chicago Burger King
Accusation of tampering has fueled public anger over Laquan McDonald shooting; Burger King just yards from where teen slain
The manager of a Burger King next to where Laquan McDonald was shot says police asked for the surveillance video right after the shooting. Jay Darshane told The Chicago Tribune this week that moments after McDonald was shot multiple times, a few police officers entered Burger King and asked to see the surveillance video. He [...]
Chicago Police Accused Of Erasing Surveillance Video A Burger King manager in Chicago told the Chicago Tribune that he testified before a grand jury this week about police deleting surveillance video that may have captured last year’s killing of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, who was shot 16 times in...
The manager of a Burger King yards away from where Laquan McDonald was struck down by police officers believes that police officers erased surveillance video.
As the shocking video of a Chicago police officer fatally shooting 17-year-old Laquan McDonald is played worldwide, other footage from the scene that night has gone missing. Minutes after McDonald was shot 16 times by Officer Jason Van Dyke on a Southwest Side street, several police officers entered...
A manager at a Chicago Burger King claims police wiped surveillance footage from the chain’s servers after the Laquan McDonald shooting.
Jay Darshane, the District Manager for a Chicago Burger King confirmed to NBC Chicago that on October 20, 2014, shortly after Laquan McDonald was shot 16 times by a Chicago police officer, four cops entered the store and asked to see security footage. Show More Summary